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Pioneer DJ launches three new desktop monitors to DM Series range

Prices range between £149 to £229

  • 30 May 2022
Pioneer DJ launches three new desktop monitors to DM Series range

Three new desktop speakers have been added to Pioneer DJ's DM Series range, aimed at customers who "want to play DJ sets or make [their] own music at home."

Prices start at £149 and go up to £229 - Pioneer has promised that each speaker regardless of cost provides "high-quality sound".

As said on their website: "They’re easy to set up, tune, and use – making them ideal for a variety of purposes. Whether you want to play DJ sets or make your own music at home, or regularly switch between the two, these speakers offer the perfect sound."

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The new 4-inch DM-40D-BT (£149) and DM-40D (£149) models are available with or without Bluetooth. Both offer enhancements to the popular DM-40 versions, which have been well-received by DJs and producers for years.

The DM-50D-BT is the most costly speaker in the range, costing £229. It's a bluetooth-enabled version of the famous DM-50D speakers, which were introduced in late 2021. Users may now play high-quality music wirelessly with a smartphone, mobile device, or laptop.

New features across all of the new speakers include a new Class D amplifier with 96 kHz sampling DSP; grooved speaker ducts that ensure a tight and punchy bass; and an updated DECO convex diffuser.

Users may connect several types of gear, such as DJ controllers and mixers, to the laptop or sound card they use for music creation, using RCA, micro jack, and the newly introduced TRS input terminals.

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All units are sold in pairs and come in black or white finish. For more information, head over to Pioneer DJ's website here.

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Watch a YouTube video about the monitor speakers below:

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