Package Deal Pioneer VM-50 White Active DJ or Recording Studio Monitors, Pair + Foam Isolation Pads & Audio Cables
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Pioneer DJ VM-50 active speaker produces pure audio with fast-attacking, punchy bass. With flexible DSP settings, the speakers can be tuned to suit the characteristics of a room, so they’re perfect for recreating a club sound when DJing or making music at home or in a studio.
The active VM-50, VM-70, and VM-80 units produce clear audio with fast-attacking, punchy bass. And, thanks to flexible DSP settings, the speakers can be tuned to suit the characteristics of a room, making them perfect for recreating a club sound when you’re DJing or providing a flat frequency response when you’re producing music in a home or professional studio setting.
Performing from home continues to grow in popularity as DJs livestream sets to friends and fans via online platforms and social media. To recreate the feeling of playing in a club, DJs need high-quality monitor speakers and, because every room reflects sound waves differently, it’s a huge advantage if they can tune the audio to suit the shape and characteristics of the space. Great aesthetics are also important, to help a DJ’s home setup look like the booth in a club.
Leaping forward from the popular Pioneer DJ S-DJX speakers, the brand-new design of the VM series units includes high-quality components and innovative features to deliver pure audio. With flat voicing, Class D amplifiers, and Aramid fibre cones, they accurately reproduce sounds from their original sources, including deep low-end frequencies thanks to the Vortex Bass Accelerator. The fresh design of the 4 mm-thick aluminium front baffle not only looks slick, but also helps to cut out unwanted vibrations. And, thanks to DSP control, you can easily tune the speakers to the room you use them in. Whether you’re working in a compact space at home or a larger, professional studio, you can choose from 16 EQ settings to find the perfect sound for the room.
Mid and high-frequency sounds are delivered with power from the VM series speakers thanks to the Constant Directivity Horn coupled with a 1” Soft Dome Tweeter. A CD horn can achieve uniform delivery of all the frequencies being produced, providing a well defined zone of coverage that you can count on. The shape of the horn and the woofer edge are mathematically calculated. By matching the width of the horn with the diameter of the woofer, we create the most natural connection between the Woofer and Tweeter, ensuring minimal phasing at the crossover points. Which can be problematic in larger model speakers. The height of the horn is designed to have a directivity of approximately ± 45 ° up and down, while the depth has a natural time alignment design to match each models size.
The Woofer Cone is made from Aramid Fibre like the S-DJX series. This is the choice material for many manufactures due to its durability and tonal characteristics. Aramid fibre is very rigid and stiff, which is desirable from a mechanical standpoint, but it also responds quickly to vibration, and reproduces certain frequencies accurately. The rigidity of the material provides tight control over the sound vibrations, and projects sound in such a way that fills the environment and immerses the listener. These newly developed cones are pure Aramid Fibre, meaning they are 30 percent lighter than conventional paper-lined Aramid Cones, and have a faster transient response, delivering a much tighter and punchier low end. The VM’s Woofer Driver is also incredibly efficient, exceeding the competitions overall output by up to 8dB across the range.
Reach around to the back of the speakers and you’ll find 2 knobs: Low EQ and High EQ. Without needing to look at the rear panel, you can click the knobs into 4 different positions each, giving you 16 possible EQ settings that are simple to engage. Choose the one that sounds best for DJing or producing music in your home or studio, depending on the shape, size, and construction of the room. For example, if your speakers are positioned near to walls or if you’re working at night, you might want to minimise bass vibrations by switching the Low EQ to Room 1 mode. Or if you find that you’re not getting enough treble, you can boost the highest frequencies by switching the High EQ to Room 2 mode.