Pioneer DJ DM-40 Studio Monitors, Black,4 Inch

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Pioneer DJ DM-40 Studio Monitors, Black,4 Inch

Pioneer DJ DM-40 Studio Monitors, Black,4 Inch

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Complementing the low-frequency driver is a ¾-inch soft-dome high-frequency tweeter. This handles the mids and highs and does a reasonable job thanks to the large convex diffuser. We tested the Pioneer monitors in a small studio, where we had already performed an acoustic measurement, and based on the results, the acoustic treatment was also done. On the walls were printed sound-absorbing panels depicting instruments and parametric diffusers in a rather modern style. In a music studio, perfect musical piece of work can only be made if the acoustics of the place are properly treated with the right acoustic elements. The front mounted bass ports help the bass driver drop lower, moving more air as a result. Although most speakers feature a bass port, they are often found on the rear of the speaker. As a result most speakers suffer in performance if mounted close to a wall. Thankfully, Pioneer DJ have placed two ports on the front of the speaker, meaning the DM-40 is perfectly suited to being placed close to a wall.

Our only advise regarding the speaker is to take care when handling and moving the DM-40. Because the speaker uses a soft dome tweeter and doesn’t feature speaker grills it can be easy to dent, ruining not only the look but the sound of the speaker. DM-40 Sound QualityThe Bluetooth module included on the DM-40 is simply for easier casual listening. Making the DM-40 an easier speaker to live with day to day, the inclusion of Bluetooth broadens the speakers appeal. Although we regularly used the Bluetooth connection with our phones and laptop we found the physical analogue cable sounded slightly better.

If you are hard-pressed to invest more into your monitoring system, then you can rest assured that the DJ DM 40s will still be impressive for your DJ practice, and casual listening. We would also like to make clear that it is also entirely possible to produce music on sonically inaccurate speakers. Before we dive deep into the review, here are some of the features you stand to gain when using this speaker. The low end is most certainly accentuated on the Pioneer DM-40s. Whether that is good, depends on what you want from your monitors. The DM 40 monitors are missing some strength and accuracy in the top end. Each speaker has 21W of power behind them – this is not a lot, but more than enough to practice your mixing skills comfortably, and casually enjoy music, movies, and games.Having the speakers play on low volume, yet still thump is pretty neat. It keeps things exciting and makes you want to keep playing, moving, and grooving. When it comes to how it’s built, this speaker feels solid and firm. The speaker has a beautiful crescent diffuser to lead the high frequencies that nest around the bass driver. Furthermore, this speaker has two ports in the front. These ports ensure that you can mount the speaker next to a wall without effect. The Pioneer DM-40’s are an excellent set of studio monitors. But they are not for everyone. If you are a bedroom DJ or want something better than computer speakers these are ideal. On the flip side, if you want to hear and analyze your latest musical creation in detail these will fall short. The inputs are certainly not extensive enough to suit a variety of applications, but they cover the essential needs. In any case, adapters can be of help if one wants more options.

Max dimensions (W x D x H): Lch: 146 x 227 x 223 mm / 5.75” x 8.94” x 8.78”, Rch 146 x 227 x 212 mm / 5.75” x 8.94” x 8.35” This product has been discontinued by the manufacturer. To find a similar product, we suggest reading this guide.From my years of being an audio enthusiast, one thing I've learned about entry-level speakers is that they're not all that good. They sound like, well, entry-level speakers. So, you can imagine my surprise when I tested yet another entry-level speaker, and it sounded the way it did. Yes, I'm talking about the Pioneer DM 40 speaker. Pioneer Corporation, commonly referred to as Pioneer, is a Japanese multinational company headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, that specialises in producing digital entertainment products. The company was founded by Nozomu Matsumoto in 1938 in Tokyo as a radio and speaker repair workshop. Current CEO is Susumu Kotani. Features The DM-40 monitors feature a built-in Class A/B amplifier (left speaker) that delivers 2x 21W with amazing audio response and clarity. Perfect for use as reference monitors, or for your home studio / production set-up. For a small speaker, the DM-40 sound simply superb and punch harder than their small footprint would suggest. The included convex diffusers use DECO technology from Pioneer’s sister brand TAD audio. The afore mentioned diffuser helps spread the high frequencies. Ensuring wide, even coverage around the room, reducing the need to sit directly in front the speaker to achieve the best listening experience. The DM 40 have a sleek design that is quite unique. Curved front edges – this is not only to impress visually but also to minimize the unwanted resonance of frequencies.



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