Submitted by Cyspoz on 08-03-2008 @ 16:21Last edited by Lead on 22-01-2020
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The Pioneer EFX-1000 is an effect unit that can be connected to a mixers Send/Return connections.
Predecessor : Pioneer EFX-500
Successor : Pioneer RMX-1000
The EFX-1000 has 3 sections : The Top row is for the EQ Isolators, the lower section is devide in 2 part. On the left are the BPM synced effects, on the right are the manual Filter Effects. Each section can be toggled on and off by switches that you can 'flash' or toggle on/off.
DJ Effect unit
3 Band EQ Isolator
Seperate Level/Depth for BPM and Jog FX
7 BPM synced Effects (Delay, Echo, Pitch Echo, Transform, Flanger, Filter, Phaser)
Low, Mid, High Frequency selectable to apply BPM FX to
7 Manual Filter Effects (Jet, Wah, Phase Shifter, Ring Modulation, Zip, Humanizer, Vocoder)
Jog Memory records your moves of the jog to repeat the effect
Hold holds the effect without needing to rotate the jog
Outputs : RCA and Jack and Digital (RCA)
MIDI In and MIDI Out/Thru
Sample Rate : 96 kHz
AD, DA Converters : 24 bit
MIDI : In, Out/Thru
In/Outputs : Jack and RCA
Frequency Response : 20Hz - 20kHz
Distortion : <0.01%
Headroom : 19 dB
Dimensions (WxDxH) : 320 x 234 x 101 mm
Weight : 2.4 kg
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There are 4 Comments
DJTano wrote on 31-03-2009 @ 16:42
Does this work for only 1 deck? so do u need 1 for each deck?
Mixt-Ape wrote on 03-04-2009 @ 21:44
No! You Have to plug it into the send/return of a mixer, so you can select where you want to apply the effect...at least I think so, can't really remember (used to have an EFX-500)...
DJTano wrote on 07-04-2009 @ 01:59
oww ok i see ... thanks
Mixt-Ape wrote on 19-04-2009 @ 17:15
However, if you choose to connect the EFX to the master output of your mixer and then connect your amp (or active speakers) to the EFX, the effects can only be applied to your master signal. This way you have to be very, very (and I can't stress this enough) careful NOT to damage/blow up your speakers. Always have your input and output level (which you can read on the VU-led's on the front of the unit) at around 0 DB, this way you don't really 'boost' your volume when you apply an effect. Hope this all makes sense to you.
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