Pioneer DJ Released New 4 Channel Mixer, DJM-A9

Pioneer DJ Released New 4 Channel Mixer, DJM-A9

Pioneer DJ released a new four channel professional DJ Mixer, the DJM-A49, which is the successor of DJM-900NXS2. DJM-A49 includes new features like, stunning clear sound quality, advanced Beat FX, expanded connectivity, evolved playability, sound color FX with worlds first center lock knob enhanced mic section, expanded connectivity and more. It supports both Rekordbox and Serato.

New channel faders and Magvel fader crossfader have also been added to our new Dj Mixer. Dual independent headphone output, with separate cue button, volume knobs, and mix balance knob for each set of headphones, so two DJs can plug in two headphone inputs simultaneously.

The Channel input section is equipped with 32-bit high quality A/D converter by ESS Technology for crystal-clear, high-resolution sound. High- quality bright LEDs in the channel section makes it easy to get a visual grasp on sound levels. With the increased spacing around the EQ knobs, you can easily twist your fingers and high grade.

You can wirelessly add audio tracks to your sets from other devices like smartphones and utilize all the mixer’s capabilities and effects to adjust the sound by its Bluetooth input and you can route to any channel on the DJM-A9

When you activate the new Center Lock function and use the popular color FX, each knob will stop turning once it is in the middle position. The sound Color knobs function similarly to those on the DJM-900NXS2 when Center Lock is disabled.

Overall, the pioneer DJ DJM-A9 is a powerful and versatile mixer that is perfect for professional DJs who demand the highest quality and flexibility in their performances. Whether you are playing in a club at a festival, or recording in the studio, the DJM-A9 has everything you need to create your best possible sound. So, if you are in the market for a top-of-the-line DJ Mixer, be sure to check out the Pioneer DJ DJM-A9.

Read more in details about DJM-A9. It is expected to arrive in early March.


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