Pioneer DJ DM-50D speakers couple a Class-D amplifier with a 5-inch woofer to deliver a balanced, punchy bass, while an advanced DECO convex diffuser design provides artists clear high frequencies. Artists looking to produce tracks for their next DJ set, can flick the speaker switch to change from Production mode to DJ mode, and the DSP settings will automatically adjust to create the best sound for each application.
Connecting and level controlling the system has been streamlined with an RCA, mini-jack, and TRS input terminals for quick connection to DJ equipment or a home studio setup, and front-facing volume knob and headphone mini plug.
Advanced Design for High-Performance Sound
Each DM-50D speaker produces pure, balanced bass sound, thanks to a Class-D amplifier with 96kHz sampling DSP. In addition, the DM-40 model features an DECO convex diffuser to help deliver crystal-clear high frequencies in every direction. When artists need to raise the volume, the 5-inch woofer creates extra power and its tweeter alignment allows artists to hear pristine sound frequencies. The grooves on the ducts reduce air friction to provide tight and punchy bass, while the curved front edges provide maximum rigidity and minimum resonance for clean audio at any volume level.
2-way Sound Mode Optimized for DJing and Music Production
Gone are the days of deciding whether a monitor is best for DJing or making music -- the DM-50D speakers accommodate to both needs. Artists simply flip the switch to choose either DJ mode or Production mode and the DSP settings will optimize for the task, leaving artists free to concentrate on their mix.
DJ and Music Production Equipment Compatibility
With RCA, mini-jack, and the TRS input terminals, artists can connect different kinds of gear including DJ controllers and mixers, or the laptop and soundcard artists use for music production. Connecting and disconnecting headphones is simple via the mini plug on the DM-50D front panel. Volume control is easily accessible with the volume level knob now featured on the front of the speaker, removing the need to reach behind the back of the speakers to adjust the sound.