Released August, 2009
The Pros:Very portable - can easily be transported from site to site. Directly connects to a laptop via USB - no need for additional devices. Mic talkover - means users never have to stop the music with this mixer.
The Cons:Mic 1 is designed for a wired mic - input is on the top rather than the back. Doesn't incorporate the effects of the DJM-800. Lacks phono inputs - an adapter must be purchased instead.
The Pioneer DJM-5000 is a 4 channel mixer designed for environments that need multiple music streams and audience/DJ interaction. The Multi-zone output allows a music channel to be streamed to one output, with a completely separate audio mix sent to the Master.
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A full suite of functions help give the DJ control of the microphone, including 4 mic effects and 3-band EQ. An advanced talk over function lowers the volume of the master output's vocal range only, allowing the DJ to be clearly heard without having to lower the music itself. Audio processing of analog signals is done internally by a 96kHz/24-bit digital converter, allowing clear and seamless mixing with digital inputs. Each channel has a 10 segment LED meter allowing quick viewing of audio levels at a glance, and a 3-Band EQ with trim and gain control. This mixer is rack mount size, allowing it to be set up on a standard rack mount installation.
- Multiple mic functions, including 4 mic effects
- Advanced talk over function
- USB audio interface
- Multi-zone output
- 96kHz/24-bit analog to digital converter
- 32-bit digital signal processor (DSP)
- 2 Digital Inputs
- Peak Level Meters
- 3-Band EQ (–26dB to +6dB.)
- Cross Fader Assign
- Cross Fader Curve Adjust
- Rack Mount size
User Reviews (1)
very portable - can easily be transported from site to site
directly connects to a laptop via USB - no need for additional devices
mic talkover - means users never have to stop the music with this mixer
mic volume can be controlled by a dial - great for keeping mics on continuously at events
integrates dedicated 3-band EQ pots for each mic
mic 1 is designed for a wired mic - input is on the top rather than the back
doesn't incorporate the effects of the DJM-800
lacks phono inputs - an adapter must be purchased instead
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