Slip mat, Dust cover with jacket stand, Adapter for EP record, Headshell (with cartridge) Balance weight, Shell weight USB cord, Audio conversion cord (1 x stereo pin plug (female), 1 x stereo mini plug (male)) Power cord, Operating instructions
Servo type direct drive
3-phase brushless DC motor
33⅓ rpm, 45 rpm, 78 rpm
Rotation speed adjustment range
Wow and flutter
0.15% or less WRMS
50 dB or above
Aluminium die-casting diameter: 332 mm
1.6 kg/cm or more
Within 1 seconds (at 33⅓ rpm)
Universal type S-shape tone arm, gimbal-supported type bearing structure, static balance type
Arm height adjustment range
Stylus pressure variable range
0 g to 4.0 g (1 scale 0.1 g)
Proper cartridge weight
9.5 g or less (single cartridge)
How to use rekordbox dvs:
Buy the RB-VS1-K Control Vinyl from a Pioneer DJ authorised dealer or directly from our website (limited countries only). Visit rekordbox.com to download the latest version of rekordbox for free, then buy rekordbox dj and rekordbox dvs licence keys. Alternatively you can subscribe to rekordbox dj and get rekordbox dvs as part of your subscription plan. Find out more about rekordbox dvs
Numark M4 Mixer
Three-channel tabletop mixer
Inputs: two phono/line switchable (RCA), four line (RCA), mic (1/4")
Outputs: Master (RCA), Record (RCA), headphone (1/4" stereo)
Steep three-band EQ/rotary kills on each channel
Microphone input with EQ
Six-segment LED display for monitoring signal strength
Toggle for master and PFL metering
Replaceable crossfader with reverse and slope controls
Pioneer PLX-500 K Turntable (Black)
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Pioneer PLX-500 K Turntable (Black) reviews
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I have just recieved a pair of PLX 500 turntables and I am very impressed with the build quality, ease of use and audio output of this product. They have far exceeded my expectations especially considering the price! I had read that the plastic build of the PLX 500 could lead to unwanted vibrations and sound distortion however after putting the decks through their paces over the past few days I have experienced no such issues. Great product; Im listening to my collection with new ears!
Great cheaper alternative to the more expensive PLX 1000.
This turntable mate not have as powerful a motor as it's older brother or the technics 1200/1210 but this direct drive turntable is definitely adequate for house DJs.
Read a load of blurb about issues with this product and having over 20+ types of decks over the years from technics stantons etc etc.. these are as good as any, albiet they are for more sedate use at home but the quality is up there with the best
Ordered a pair of these for home use, listening and mixing, and are spot on. USB allows you to convert vinyl. Quite a few turntables out there at around this price point to choose from, but for me was an easy decision as I have other Pioneer DJ equipment and always been happy with the brand. Build quality is very good, I had read some reviews that said the plastic build could cause some unwanted feedback, but personally not had any issues. Sound quality is very good. Great for home set up. Very happy with the turntables and also great service from djkit.com
Bought for my home set-up this is the perfect peace of kit. A good sturdy weight and very easy to set up out of the box. You may want to invest in a better quality slipmat but the one supplied is adequate for those just using the turntable to record their vinyl direct from the USB connection which is as simple as anything with Rekordbox. My only improvement would be for Pioneer to put a dampener on the stylus light as it pops up very quickly and is a bit wobbly. However that's just a personal preference from an old DJ who used to use Technics back in the day.
Add to the above the excellent customer service from DJKit.com and you can't go wrong.
I highly recommend these decks they are great and especially for the money you can’t get better in my opinion, Also they are perfect if you’re just starting out as a DJ learning your way 👍🏼 Excellent service from the djkit Team as always.
Loving this turntable. Itâ€™s my first proper one (before was a cheap plug in portable one) so have had a lot of fun with it. The matt black is really smart and has an elegant over all feel to it. Only thing I would say is maybe the slip mat could be a bit more interesting. But thatâ€™s personal preference.
Well what can I say? It's Pioneer... sure it's no Technic 1210 but this turntable is incredible for the money. Fantastic build quality and feels really sturdy. Would recommend to anyone looking for a turntable
Not as good as it bigger brother but handles performance very well once fitted with a nice weighted head. The R.A.C cables feel cheap but this turntable dose give a very clear audio signal without any audio loss. The main think here is to make sure you calibrate the weight, height and anti-skipping in order to match your stylus, this is where the magic happens. I've played with these for almost 12 months now and I'd like to give these my personal rating.
Not a Technics by any means. Build quality is not quite the same but as far as mixing goes it makes little difference. There is some reverberation when holding the record in situ when revolving but this does not effect the sound when actually playing. You can scratch but I would say there are better decks for not allot more that can do this. Some include a gereric concord cartridge as well! For home use this is perfect for me and I am more than happy with my purchase.
Love the pioneer PLX-500
I used 1200s back in the 90s then gave it up
and wanting to get back on the decks and play all my old vinyl i gave theses a go and for the price i cant fault them they do what i want no problem
Had a play on these today didn't like them didn't seem to be up to much Kinda slow on take off after having lil scratch on them compared to another turntable the torque pull seemed lot more better. Audio technica lp120 seemed lot better.
For the money you cant go wrong. I got the rega rp1 before the pioneer and the pioneer is at least 50% better and the rega was the performance pack version so you're paying about the same amount and you're getting a much better record player with the pioneer. One more thing to change from 45rpm to 33rpm on the pioneer you've got button's to change plus you can play 78rpm on the pioneer where the rega you got to change 33 to45 manually you've got to take the platter of and change the belt from one groove to the other groove plus if you want to play 78rpm you can't on the rega so all the plusses go to the pioneer.
I have been using these mixers for over 4 years now and can honestly say I have never had any problems with them. The units are simple to set up and control with 3 input channels plus mic. The inputs are set up as phono / line for Ch1 & Ch3 and Line A / Line B for channel 2, meaning that you can have up to 4 input sources connected at any one time. Connections for input and output are via phono plugs whilst Mic input is via 6.3mm jack plug. The only criticism that I have of these units is the limited amount of LEDs on the monitor section. A few more LEDs would allow finer control over input and output levels, but you cant really argue about this when you look at the price! These are great little mixers - easy to use and set up, good input options, sound great, good price point, reliable (after 4 years of use) - what more could you ask for. Recommended as a entry level mixer. Gets 5 stars from me.
This was my first newly bought stand-alone mixer and I'd recommend it as an entry-level product. It's solidly built, looks nice and most of the faders & knobs are nice to use. It sounds good too.
A few problems with this though. One being that a couple of the EQ knobs are a good bit stiffer than the rest; as it's the bass knob on one channel and the mid on another this is pretty arbitrary and so is obviously a fault in assembly. The crossfader is also a little bit too sticky to do anything nimble with it, if I were into scratching this would probably bother me.
The main thing I don't like is the mixer's Cue-Master fader. The output in the headphones is way louder when the knob is turned to master than when to the cue. I don't know whether this is intentional or just poor calibration but it makes it difficult to get a good picture of what's going on through your headphones. Not knowing where to set the knob for a 50/50 split means you don't know where to set it if you want to know what the mix will sound like when you push the fader of the cued channel up to max.
Great product, easy to set up, easy to use which is a bonus as buying/using Dj equipment is new to me. Arrived next day as promised. The staff member I spoke to was very helpful & I would recommend this company/website to everyone.