Pioneer DJM 600 is an an advanced DJ mixer that's
surprisingly easy to use. The DJM 600 is loaded with features including a
sampler, a BPM counter (Auto or Tap,) and digital effects. You can even sync the
effects to the BPM of the song! Other features include fader start, for the
Pioneer CDJ series, 3-band EQ per channel, microphone input, and very flexible
headphone monitor split functions.
Auto BPM Counter
Equipped with a counter that automatically
measures and digitally displays a track's BPM measurement range: 70-139 / 91-180
/ 71-180 / Manual
The DJM-600 provides a visual confirmation of a
track's tempo to allow the user to merge one song into another smoothly. Also,
BPMs of tracks that are difficult to measure can be manually input by tapping on
the TAP button.
Auto Beat Sampler
This is a new DJ function that allows you to
sample your favorite sources and play them back easily at the touch of a button.
The BPM is measured digitally and recorded automatically exclusively for
( 1 / 2 / 4 / 8 / 16 ) beats,
Maximum interval: 6 seconds.
If set to the Stand-By mode when no sound is
present, the function automatically starts and stops recording in response to
the presence and absence of the input signal and achieves the correct sampling
with perfect timing. What's more, the user can edit the end position, making
possible a wide diversity of playback effects by making use of three playback
mode options and the cross fader start.
Single Play: Plays back the recorded sound once
only when the button is being pressed.
Play: Plays back the recorded sound repeatedly
when the button is pressed.
Play: Extends or shortens the recorded sound in accordance with the mixed
track's BPM and plays back the sound repeatedly.
Sampling rate: 44.1 kHz
Resolution: 16 bit stereo
A/D converter 20 bit
Sampling time 8 seconds
Auto Beat Effector
Linked to BPM, the DJM-600 can add effects to
each CH, MIC and MASTER independently. The user can produce music that makes
full use of high-level DJ techniques by performing quick setting with the Beat
Unit Switch button, adjusting the precise time parameters, or controlling the
balance between the effect sounds and the original sounds by varying the mix
ratio. Moreover, even when using the fader, it is possible to leave just the
effect sounds without linking to BPM.
Delay: Repeats a sound once. The user can set the
delay to their desired tempo.
Echo: Repeats a sound several times. The user can
set the echo sound to their desired tempo.
Auto Pan: Automatically shifts the sound to the
right and left. Also capable of short auto pan sequences that would be
impossible via manual operation.
Auto Trans: Periodically cuts the sound.
Auto Filter: Periodically varies the sound color.
Flanger: Periodically reproduces a sound effect
resembling a jet airplane ascending and descending.
Reverb: Reproduces a reverberating sound effect.
Pitch Shifter: Allows the interval to be freely
varied throughout a range of +/-1 octave. With this, the user can compensate for
interval changes when using analog turntables or for tempo changes when
different makers' CD players are used. Additionally, choruses can be made by
employing mix ratios.
External Effect Input (send/return): Allows the
user to connect the mixer to an external effector or sampler, etc.
When the Headphone Output switch is set to MONO
SPLIT, the right channel becomes the master and the left channel becomes the CH
sound. Choosing Plural with the headphone cue, the user can also hear mixed
sound. Moreover, this function can perform right and left level adjustment,
thereby making monitoring easier.
Fader Start Play
Connected to the CDJ Series, the DJM-600 can
begin playback of a track using the sliding cross fader or the channel fader. It
can mix tracks without creating spaces by setting the stand-by track's cue point
and performing a single-action cut-in. Since it returns to the cue point via the
back fader alone, sampler-style playback is also possible. Start/back play of
sources recorded using the built-in sampler is also possible using the cross
The DJM-600 is equipped with a separate
3-band equalizer for each channel. This arrangement allows the stress of the
instrument sounds to be adjusted within the range -26dB to +12dBfor an
improvement of about 100% (Pioneer comparison) in sound extraction.
Cross Fader Curve: Choose from three types of
cross fader start-up option.
Talk Over: Mutes -14db all levels apart from the
Peak Level Meter: Allows the user to instantly
determine the source input condition for each channel to make possible certain
operation without loss time.
Trim: Track input level composition is available.
This function is compatible with diverse sound sources.
Independent Monitor Switch: Enables independent
or simultaneous monitoring of each CH, MIC, MASTER and EFFECT.
Booth Monitor Output: Utilizing independent
output terminals for booth monitor use, this function allows the sound volume to
be independently controlled at the upper surface.
Recording outputs (RCA)
All faders, knobs, volume controls, buttons,
etc., are made to professional-grade SS-use high-durability specifications and
designed to stand up to hard use.
CD / Line -14dBV (200mV) / 22kW
Phono -54dBV (2mV) / 47kW
Main Mic -54dBV (2mV) / 3kW
Sub Mic -60dBV (1mV) / 3kW
Return -14dBV (200mV) / 22kW
Master Out1 (RCA) 0dBV (1V) / 1kW
Master Out2 (XLR) 4dBm (1.23V) / 600W
Rec Out (RCA)