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Pioneer S-DJ80X Black 90W Monitor Speaker

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Product overview

• 90W continuous (RMS) output with 160W peak for good quality sound
• This active speaker has a built in amplifier to power the speaker
• Great for a small venue as well as a home enthusiast
• 6.35mm jack, XLR and Phono (RCA) inputs which allows any audio device to be connected direct to the speaker
• Supplied as a single speaker

How powerful is this speaker?
The Pioneer S-DJ80X has 160W peak output which makes it a great choice for a small venue and will help create a fantastic atmosphere for your music event. Its compact 8 inch design allows the speaker to be positioned in a variety of places, such as next to a mixer or laptop.

What connections does this speaker come with?
The Pioneer S-DJ80X is fitted with a variety of inputs that allow it to be connected to a wide range of devices. This includes a 6.35mm (1¼ inch) jack and XLR socket which are common connections on mixers and microphones. Twin Phono (RCA) sockets are also included to connect many other items such as smart phones and MP3 players.

Does the speaker require an amplifier?
This speaker is an active speaker and has an amplifier built into it to power the speaker. This means that you can connect an item, such as a mixer, iPod or CD player directly to the speaker for it to play.

The speaker will also save you power with its auto standby function built in which automatically turns itself off if it does not detect an input signal for 25 minutes and powers the speaker back on when the input signal becomes active again.

What is the difference between RMS and peak output?
RMS, which measures a speaker’s average power output, will allow you to compare various speakers of a similar size regardless of brand. The peak output is the maximum power the speaker can handle from the amplifier.

Rated 5 out of 5 by from The bass feedback is absolutely insane at 40-60Hz Got this yesterday as they were refunded as faulty, I asked to try them out as I didn't believe there was a problem and they were in mint condition, the bass is insane and the treble can be adjusted to your desired dB range, I rate 5 out of 5
Date published: 2015-11-28
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Operating Specifications

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Frequency Response:

40 to 20,000 Hz

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Product Specifications

Driver Size:

1 inchinch

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what cables do i need for them

Asked by: alan
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Answered by: Billy
Date published: 2017-03-03

Is this the price 1 or a pair?

Asked by: Maz3
This is for a single speaker.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2016-03-14
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