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How to use your Pioneer DJ DJM-250MK2 mixer

What the DJM-250MK2 can do

Get to know the 2-channel DJ mixer and its key features including the MAGVEL FADER, 3-band isolator, Sound Color FX, and rekordbox control via DVS.

What you can do with the buttons, knobs, and faders on the DJM-250MK2

Understand the functions of all the controls on the mixer’s top panel. Take a look at the rear of the unit to see which types of equipment can be plugged into the various connections.

How to connect the DJM-250MK2 to your other equipment

Assemble a setup with turntables or multi players, and a laptop running rekordbox. Connect to an amp or powered speakers and plug in a microphone. You can even hook up a compatible sampler, etc.

How to DJ with the DJM-250MK2

Get to grips with outputting sound and adjusting audio levels. Then, start using the Sound Color FX. Here, you’ll also find information on using MIDI to control DJ software other than rekordbox.

How to use rekordbox with the DJM-250MK2

Find out how to install rekordbox and start adding tracks to your music library. Install the latest version of the driver software for Windows or Mac and update the DJM-250MK2’s firmware.

How to control rekordbox via DVS with the DJM-250MK2

Find out everything you need to know about setting up your gear and using DVS control. You can use analog turntables with control vinyl, or DJ players with control discs.

How to control DJ software other than rekordbox with the DJM-250MK2

Discover how to connect the mixer to your computer, download the DJM-250MK2’s latest driver software, and start using the unit to control compatible DJ software.

How to change settings on the DJM-250MK2

Set up the mixer just the way you like. Adjust various preferences and reset to factory settings if you need to. Here, you’ll also find out how to open the Utility settings on your PC/Mac.

How to troubleshoot and fix problems with the DJM-250MK2

Having problems with the mixer? Learn how to resolve issues with sound, MIDI control, Sound Color FX, faders, and more.

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