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Ultimate DJM Comparison Chart  A full overview of all the differences
This content is © 2014 The DJResource...Submitted by Lead Flag on 27-09-2007 @ 01:09 In the chart below you can find all differences between these current and actual Pioneer DJM models (DJM-400, DJM-600, DJM-700, DJM-800 and DJM-1000). This is not a complete specification chart, you should read the DJ Topics of each mixer to find out al small details.

When a feature is not on the DJM, there will be an empty square, otherwise the specification of the feature will be mentioned or marked with this marker Feature Included. If a certain features needs additional info this is put in the appropriate box instead of this marker.

All these mixer are all build for a certain application and the feature set is designed for that purpose. In general this are the application area's for these mixers :

DJM-400 : Typical bedroom mixer.
DJM-600 : Club legend, but with the arrival of the new models this is a good choice for home use.
DJM-700 : Semi-pro mixer. Just a bit of to have the qualities for club life but the ultimate home-use mixer.
DJM-800 : Pro Mixer for all heavy duty jobs like rental and club environments
DJM-1000 : Pro Mixer for all heavy duty jobs like rental and club environments


All the differences between these Pioneer DJM's
  DJM-400 DJM-600 DJM-700 DJM-800 DJM-1000
SRP (Suggested Retail Price) Europe € 549,- € 999,- € 1.499,- € 1.799,- € 2.999,-
 
Color Black Black+Silver Black+Silver Black Black
Rubber on Knobs     EQ+some All All
Display 1x LED's 2x LED's Dot Matrix Dot Matrix  
 
Width (mm) 223 320 320 320 428
Depth (mm) 305 372 378 381 363
Height (mm) 106 107 108 108 187
19" Mountable         Feature Included
Optional 19" Rackmount set   Feature Included Feature Included Feature Included  
 
Channels 2 4 4 4 6
Fader Start Channels 2 2 2 4 6
Faders 50mm
ALPS
50mm
ALPS
50mm
ALPS
50mm
ALPS
65mm
ALPHA
Fader Curve Control     2 steps 3 steps variable
Cross Fader Curve Control 2 steps 3 steps 3 steps 3 steps variable
Assign 1 channel to both side of Cross Fader   Feature Included      
Optional Rotary Kit       Feature Included Feature Included
Power Cord mini Euro mounted mounted Euro Euro

Specifications
Equalizers Low: 70Hz
Mid: 1kHz
Hi: 13kHz
Equalizers Range ~ +9dB -26~+12dB -26~+6dB -26~+6dB -26~+6dB
Isolator         ~ +9dB
A/D Converters 24 bit 20 bit 24 bit 24 bit 24 bit
A/D Converters Sample Rate 96 kHz 44.1 kHz 96 kHz 96 kHz 96 kHz
Internal Processing 32 bit 24 bit 32 bit 32 bit 32 bit
S/N ratio @ Line 97 dB 87 dB 104 dB 105 dB 105 dB
Cross talk 78 dB 70 dB 82 dB 88 dB 88 dB
Power Consumption (Europe) 13 W 34 W 33 W 30 W 54 W
Weight 3.2 kg 6.6 kg 6.6 kg 8 kg 12.1 kg

MIDI
MIDI Channels     49 * 62 * 1
Send MIDI clock     Feature Included Feature Included  
Send MIDI Start/Stop     Feature Included Feature Included  

Inputs
Microphone input on top   XLR XLR Jack/XLR Jack/XLR

Line (+1: when 2x microphone input is used)

4(+1) 5 5(+1) 5(+1) 10
Phono 2 3 3 3 6
Digital       4 6
Microphone 2 2 2 2 3

Outputs
Balance adjust on Master   Feature Included Feature Included Feature Included Feature Included
Send & Return   Feature Included Feature Included Feature Included Feature Included 2x
Digital output (48/96 kHz)     Feature Included Feature Included Feature Included
Master Balanced (XLR)   Feature Included Feature Included Feature Included Feature Included
Master (Cinch) Feature Included Feature Included Feature Included Feature Included Feature Included
Record Output   Feature Included Feature Included Feature Included Feature Included
Booth Monitor Balanced (Jack)       Feature Included Feature Included
Booth Monitor (Cinch)   Feature Included Feature Included    
Booth Equalizer         Lo:-6~+6dB
Hi:-6~+6dB

Auto Beat Effects
Delay Feature Included Feature Included Feature Included Feature Included  
Reverse Delay       Feature Included  
Echo Feature Included Feature Included Feature Included Feature Included  
Pan   Feature Included   Feature Included  
Trans   Feature Included Feature Included Feature Included  
Filter Feature Included Feature Included Feature Included Feature Included  
Flanger Feature Included Feature Included Feature Included Feature Included  
Phaser Feature Included   Feature Included Feature Included  
Reverb   Feature Included Feature Included Feature Included  
Pitch   Feature Included      
Robot     Feature Included Feature Included  
Chorus       Feature Included  
Crush     Feature Included    
Filter sound Range for Beat Effects     Feature Included    

Sampler/Roll Effects
Auto Beat Loop Feature Included 5x        
Sampler   Feature Included      
Sampler Loop Playback   Feature Included      
Sampler Single Shot Playback   Feature Included      
Roll (auto loop playback) Feature Included   Feature Included Feature Included  
Reverse Roll     Feature Included Feature Included  
Pitch Up Roll     Feature Included    
Pitch Down Roll     Feature Included    

Manual filter Effects
Filter     Feature Included Feature Included  
Sweep       Feature Included  
Crush       Feature Included  
Harmonics       Feature Included  

 


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There are 13 Comments

FlagYorick wrote on 26-09-2007 @ 22:18
Goed werk Lead!
FlagLanky wrote on 26-09-2007 @ 23:26
are you planning to set up a DJM-400 Demo Video too?
Flagdjmamo wrote on 27-09-2007 @ 00:48
missing the beginning...... aka djm 500
FlagRenzis wrote on 27-09-2007 @ 13:50
Assign 1 channel to both side of Cros Fader  - kan er zo gauw niet opkomen hoor, maar wat is hier het nut van?

FlagLead wrote on 27-09-2007 @ 14:52
Als je  kant aan beide kanten van de Cross Fader kunt toewijzen kun je op CrossFader B effect zetten terwij Cross Fader A zonder effect klinkt. Zet beide kanaal schuiven omhoog en met de cross fader kun je zo soepel afwisselen tussen droog (zonder effect) en nat (met effect). Jammer genoeg kan dit alleen bij de DJM-600.
FlagNickName wrote on 27-09-2007 @ 15:59
Dus als ik het goed bekijk heeft de DJM 700 iets meer efecten dan de 800
FlagVibemaster-D wrote on 27-09-2007 @ 16:10
nice, maar 1 ding snap ik niet

de DJM600 is de enigste die je kan aansluiten op 2 kanten van de X-fader maar waarom zou je dat in godsnaam willen
ik zie het nut ervan niet. Zet de x-fader dan gewoon THRU.  En De meest populaire mixer van het moment is nog steeds de DJM800

Edit: was te laat met posten thanx voor de info lead

en @nickname
de DJM800 heeft meer effecten want je moet de CFX er ook bijtellen
FlagLead wrote on 27-09-2007 @ 19:39
CFX ??
FlagVibemaster-D wrote on 28-09-2007 @ 19:19
CFX= Color FX
Flagthomassmith wrote on 03-10-2007 @ 21:39
chiil thanx lead
FlagMissSalem wrote on 11-01-2008 @ 14:44
Heel overzichtelijk. smile Super gedaan!
Flagsteve-wilson wrote on 18-08-2008 @ 23:14
is there a MIDI map picture for the DJM 700?
FlagLead wrote on 19-08-2008 @ 10:43
Yes, just look in the sitetopic of the Pioneer DJM-700

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