Pioneer DJM-300  2 Channel DJ Mixer

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DJs will be delighted to find some of DJM-500's popular advanced features in this 2-channel mixer. High-quality sound and reliability is guaranteed by VCA use for all volume controls. Also a microphone can be connected and it includes a crossfader for fast cuts.

Pioneer DJM-300 Black 2 channel mixer

This model is available in Black (DJM-300) and Silver (DJM-300S).

Pioneer DJM-300-S product image


Frequency Response
20Hz ~ 20kHz
0.05 %
Signal to Noise Ratio line
80 dB
70dB or more (1kHz)
Power Supply
AC 220-240V, 50/60Hz
Power Consumption
17 W
308 x 220 x 107 ( WxDxH )
Net Weight
3.7 kg

Input Specs & Terminals
2 x (RCA)
2 x (RCA)
2 x (1x Combi Phone/XLR 1x Jack
2 x (mono mini JACK)

Output Specs & Terminals
Master Out
2 x (RCA) 0 dBV (1V) / 1k
Headphone Monitor Out
1 x (1/4" Phone) 0 dBV(1V)/22

Channel Equalizers


Low Frequency
-20 ~ +12 dB @ 100Hz
Mid frequency
-20 ~ +12 dB @ 1kHz
high Frequency
-20 ~ +12 dB @ 10kHz

Microphone Equalizers


Low Frequency
-12 ~ +6 dB @ 100Hz
high Frequency
-12 ~ +6 dB @ 10kHz

Auto BPM Counters
Check the tempo at a glance with individual BPM counter displays for channel 1 and 2. You get automatic "beats per Minute" for virtually all types of dance music, from any source?CD, turntable, or DAT.

3 Band EQ for Each Channel
There's individual Low, Mid and High equalization for each channel with an exceptional wide range of adjustment: -26dB- +12dB. With this adjustment range you can use it as a "Kill Switch", widening the scope for creative mixing.

Fader Start Play
Connecting the DJM-300 to the CDJ-500 Series enables you to take advantage of the fader Start Play. Increasing the Fader (or Cross Fading) on the mixer automatically releases the pause control of the player, starting the music immediately.

Split Headphone Monitor
This handy function makes sound-source monitoring more convenient and flexible than ever, by allowing you to switch easily between all-channel stereo, all-channel mixed stereo, and all-channel left/right distributed monitoring. (See Spec)

Phono/Line Input with Gain Knob
With Gain a for each channel, you have input access for either a phono or a CD, DAT, etc.

There are separate controls or each channel to adjust differences in signal levels. This function is called 'Gain' on mixers of other brands.

A volume control is provided for the microphone, with a separate EQ for tonal adjustment.

Peak Level Meter
The dual-purpose Peak Level Meter can be switched to monitor the master output level or alternatively the left meter can show the channel 1 signal while right meter shows the channel 2 signal.

The CDJ-300S is the same depth as the CDJ-500S CD turntable-perfect for DJ's on the move. There is also a Pioneer Flightcase available for 2 CDJ-500s and a DJM-300(s).

Because of the demand from the market, the DJM-300 is available in 2 colors. The Silver model (DJM-300s) matches the colour of the CDJ-100s, DMP-555, CMX-5000 and CDJ-800

PFL Switches
For a very versatile way to pre-listen to the mixer there are 3 buttons on the left of the mixer to select just that sound that YOU really want or need to head. Check the following table to see which buttons should be pressed to get you listening to the things you want.

Split Headphone Monitor Switch
On Off Off CH1 Stereo
Off On Off CH2 Stereo
Off Off On Master Stereo
On On Off CH1 + CH2 Mix, Stereo
On Off On L = CH1 Mono / R = MasterMono
Off On On L = CH2 Mono / R = Master Mono

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