Pioneer DJ Introduces The DJM-V10-LF

6-channel professional DJ mixer gets longer faders with optimized curves      25/11/20

Pioneer DJ has announced the latest addition to its range of DJ mixers: the DJM-V10-LF. They say that this fresh unit features new, longer channel faders with optimized curves and a new custom-designed curve preset to enable you to perform smooth and accurate mixes. Here's the story in their own words...

Some DJs never use a crossfader, preferring instead to mix with the channel faders because it gives them more control – whether they want to perform smooth blends with tiny adjustments to the volume of each track, or quickly drop sounds into the mix as if playing a musical instrument.  Removing the crossfader from the DJM-V10 has enabled the new 60 mm shaft slide faders on the DJM-V10-LF to extend further down the top plate than the 45 mm faders on the original mixer, offering a longer range of movement so you can control the volume of the audio source from each channel precisely. What's more, a brand-new fader curve setting has been added to the unit and the faders have been appropriately weighted to enhance the potential offered by their elongated range.

All the other features and specifications of the DJM-V10-LF are the same as the DJM-V10, which has become popular with the most creative DJs since its release in early 2020. The 6-channel unit produces warm audio with energy and presence, and it's loaded with unique features.

The DJM-V10-LF is a Hardware Unlock device for rekordbox, enabling free use of DJ performance functions when the software is updated to the latest version.


Pricing and Availability:
The DJM-V10-LF is available now at the SRP of £3,089 including VAT.

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