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DJM-5000 PIONEER FIRST VIEW 11TH AUG 2009 ---------------------------------------------- --------------------------- PIONEERS DJM-5000 IS WORLDS FIRST 96KHZ/24-BIT DJ MIXER WITH DEDICATED ZONE OUTPUT, ADVANCED TALK OVER, SOUND CARD AND BUILT-IN SOUND MAXIMIZER 11th August 2009: Pioneer knows mobile DJs need more these days: more flexibility, more compatibility, more possibilities and more punch. These requirements are now met by the latest addition to the trusted DJM mixer family the DJM-5000. This four-channel mixer today launches with several standout innovations that place a premium on DJ dynamism, usability and professional style. The ideal companion for Pioneers MEP-7000 media player, the DJM-5000 delivers 96kHz/24-bit sound and is also fully MIDI-enabled. Its built-in sound card for the laptop DJ guarantees quick and convenient PC/Mac connectivity, while three microphone channels together with four mic effects and an Advanced talk over application allow meticulous control over MCs, announcements and vocals. It also offers a dedicated Master/Zone output facility, enabling one DJ to manage two separate outputs across two different locations. Adding to its knockout credentials, the DJM-5000 includes a new Sound Maximizer function that boosts EQ dynamics to suit play in any environment and breathe new life into MP3s. The DJM-5000 is an advanced digital mixer and 24-bit sound card that delivers countless benefits, especially in terms of creativity and functionality. The result of extensive research into what DJs really need, to accurately orchestrate an event with ease, this mixer progresses Pioneers vision for the mobile DJ/installation market, comments Jason Pook, Product Development Manager, Pioneer Europe. nothing in this video is provided as legal evidence, it is provided for information purposes only
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