Pioneer DJ has announced another model in its range of desktop monitor systems with the launch of the DM-50D two-way bass reflex speaker.
Combining elements taken from the DM-40 unit with brand-new components and features, Pioneer DJ claims the resultant speaker is able to produce “a more powerful and higher quality sound.”
The speaker’s sound output is described as delivering a balanced presentation and punchy bass, aided by a new Class D amplifier and 5-inch woofer present in each unit.
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