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Pioneer DJ has launched a line of affordable monitors

Pioneer DJ has updated the line of available monitors
Pioneer DJ has updated the line of available monitors

The DM series multifunction table speakers have become even more versatile.

Pioneer DJ has added three new speakers to its versatile series of DM monitors, designed for both everyday music listening and professional use.

 

 

An updated version  of the Pioneer DM-50D , released late last year, now has Bluetooth wireless connectivity for quick connectivity for smartphones, as well as several features that make them more suitable for creating music.

 

 

Each DM-50D-BT is equipped with a Class D amplifier with a sampling rate of 96 kHz, has a two-way design with a 5-inch subwoofer and 3/4-inch tweeter with soft dome and Pioneer DECO diffuser for wider high-frequency scattering.

 

 

Monitors have two playback modes that are used for DJing or audio. RCA inputs, a 3.5-jack and a 1/4-inch connector are available for connection. The volume control and headphone output are located on the front panel and provide quick access if you need to connect headphones.

 

 

The new compact monitors DM-40D-BT and DM-40D are a new look at the popular Pioneer DM-40 and come with or without bluetooth, respectively. Using a 4-inch subwoofer, they provide a set of features similar to the DM-50D-BT, but in a more compact body. In addition to size, the main differences are also in the absence of 1/4-inch inputs, and the expected lower power – 19 watts, compared to 25 watts in the DM-50D.

 

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