Introducing the Pioneer DJM-250 mixer – Global Sound

Global Sound – In this video we take you through the features of the new DJM-250 entry level mixer. An absolute favourite among professional and hobby DJs alike, quality filters are usually confined to high-end mixers. But now with the Pioneer DJM-250 two-channel mixer, DJs can combine EQ effects with not one, but two filters to perform mixes that sound like they were meant to be. The DJM-250 is loaded with 8 inputs to connect with an array of sources, including 1 MIC input for MCing at parties. The mixer mirrors the layout of its bigger brothers to deliver the professional experience. Plus the XLR balanced output guarantees the high quality sound expected from our club standard mixers, making it perfect for DJing at home, parties or in music bars. This is the first time DJs can get their hands on a high quality mixer with two filters without having to break the bank. Add that to the DJM-250’s pro features and you’ve got a mixer like no other on the market. For more info:

Pioneer DJM-5000 DJ Mixer - Brian's Overview

Our first video on the Pioneer DJM-5000. Here’s the info from the Pioneer Pro DJ Website: GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS Number of Channels: 4 Power requirements: AC 120V, 60Hz Power consumption: 31 W Weight: 15.2lbs / 6.9kg Dimensions: 19in(W) x 8.86in(D) x 4.24in(H) 482.6mm(W) x 225.1mm(D) x 107.8mm(H) Headroom: 19dB Sampling Rate: 96kHz A/D, D/A Converter: 24bit Frequency Response: 20Hz to 20kHz Total Harmonic Distortion: 0.005% or less Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 102 dB (LINE) INPUT TERMINALS CD / LINE x 6 (RCA) DIGITAL IN x 2 (RCA) MIC x 3 (Top Panel XLR / ¼-inch combo x 1, XLR x 1, ¼-inch x 1) OUTPUT TERMINALS MASTER OUT x 2 (XLR x 1, RCA x 1) ZONE OUT x 1 (XLR) BOOTH OUT x 1 (¼-inch) HEADPHONE MONITOR OUT x 1 (Top Panel ¼-inch) REC OUT x 1 (RCA) OTHER TERMINALS SEND x 1 (¼-inch) RETURN x 1 (¼-inch) CONTROL OUT x 2 (3.5mm mini-jack) USB-B Port x 1
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41 thoughts on “Introducing the Pioneer DJM-250 mixer – Global Sound”

  1. its nice but i hve the 350 series for almost a year now and quite satisfied with ith it has that small feauture that the 350 dont have but you can make that effect with the 350 if you know how to use it well

  2. What effects does this mixer contain??, sorry for not picking that up in the video, my english is not that well, Thank you

  3. if there was noise echo and delay I might have considered getting one, but without those features no dice

  4. Wow somebody check Hell because something down there has frozen over!!! Pioneer FINALLY addressing the fact that not everyone can afford a 900 or 2000! For years they could have scooped up the low end market and it’s good to see they aren’t leaving that money on the table anymore.

  5. I like that they put the filter on both channels, I personally own a DJM-350 mixer and that was the only thing i could pick about it is not being able to do that but love it anyway 🙂

  6. when i saw the title, i thought it was about that new little bastard that illuminates red & blue

  7. it has 2 masters outputs. just use one for monitor, adjust trim knobs per channel and u good to go

  8. Since you seem to be a prof sound master or something you could have worked on the audio qualitiy of the videos a bit more lol

  9. Excellent review mate. I’m thinking about getting one of these… Or maybe the 800? Anyone any thoughts?

  10. Awesome review. This is like a rane mp22 upgrade, which is by far my fav mixer, well until I get this one.

    Rane mp22 is the only other mixer I know having the prefader volume controls.

    But after 15yrs, my fader is no longer replaceable or serviceable and this has more features that I’ve been wanting

    Once again, AWESOME!

    Mobile Club DJ’s

  11. Nice video, very helpful info. Outstanding mixer.
    Some people are complaining that $800+ is too expensive. If that’s the case, go buy a Gemini, Numark or some other cheap piece of junk. You get what you pay for.
    You want pro equipment or do want a cheaply made mixer?
    Note: I have found this mixer online as low as $820 brand new, but you want to buy it from an authorized Pioneer dealer, which will run you about $875+

  12. Brian, This is awesome and all your videos are great !!! I was looking for Karaoke Players / Recorders … could you please share your knowledge of Karaoke Music Players

  13. hi Brian. I also purchased this same mixer. i use it with K-12s and also a K-sub. i find that my mixer is getting pretty hot. I was wondering if you had noticed the same with your mixer. I have checked that my hook ups are ok. Now i know you use amps instead of powered speaker but ZZounds (where I bouth the unit from ) says that it can be used with powered speakers. thanks in advance for your responce

  14. Brian thanks for the great review.  I was lovin it til I checked the price on it! I have a Numark C3 USB. It has nearly all of the same features for 1/3 of the price. The only things it’s missing are individual channel meters, auto ducking on the dj mic and the mic effects. Maybe I’ll post a review on it as a response.

  15. its a pioneer bro…
    i had use my djm3000 for over 6yrs still work like day one
    nothing but quiality on that board…

  16. Brian, I have the Pioneer MEP 7000 too and I’ve been wanting to get the DJM 5000 to compliment the features. Both are absolutely amazing pieces of equipment for mobile DJ’s. Are you using the Pioneer supplied software with your set-up in this video? Do you have any preferences to different control software (Traktor, PCDJ, Pioneer etc…) Any suggestions or recommendations would be appreciated! Thanks,
    Dale Mitchell, Thunder & Synergy Entertainment (Northern, CO)

  17. I really like the detail you give in your video Brian. I also like that your doing reviews on all the High quality products out there. Thank you again for doing what you do. Its all good stuff 🙂

  18. Very Nice! I agree what you said about the EQ, and the zero DB rule. Very important info, Thanks Brian 🙂

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