Mobile DJs don’t just play music—they’re also the MC, sound tech, lighting designer, and sometimes the event organizer too. This hefty workload means they need equipment that supports much more than simply mixing songs together. Say hello to the Roland DJ-707M, an integrated live sound console, loudspeaker management system, and fully fledged performance DJ controller that’s equipped to handle the demanding audio needs of working mobile DJs.
The DJ-707M leverages the DSP of Roland’s digital audio consoles to ensure you deliver the loudest, cleanest sound possible—whether it’s with your own PA system or the one already at the venue. Whatever the gig, your clients will remember great sound thanks to features that handle the unexpected, like laptop crashes, surprise guest performers, videographer feeds, and painful audio challenges such as feedback.
Using the 10 onboard scenes, you can create ‘go-to’ event settings for audio routing, loudspeaker management and system setups—and recall them instantly. Scenes are a huge timesaver for standard event configurations, letting you switch settings for your different speaker systems and recall custom setups for venues where you play regularly.
Master, booth, and zone outputs all have independent loudspeaker management settings, including four-band EQ, multiband compression, limiter, and mono mode. It’s like having three speaker management processors built into one unit.
Feedback at a gig is dangerous as it can ruin a special speech or even plague the whole event. Built-in feedback suppression listens out for feedback—and even anticipates it—before adjusting the speaker output automatically.
Connect two computers at once for a backup laptop connection or seamless DJ changeover. The USB B port also works as a standard USB audio interface.
When an event includes a guest musician or performer, you can easily plug them into the front-facing dual 1/4-inch jacks or 1/8-inch stereo aux input without disrupting your DJ configuration.
The fully assignable zone output with dedicated level control is ideal for creating a separate mix for a videographer, sending different music to another area of the venue, or even adding a subwoofer.
You can’t work if your DJ controller isn’t working. Which is why the DJ-707M is built for life on the road, with rugged, reinforced metal parts both inside and out.
The DJ-707M’s size fits perfectly between turntables and DJ media players. And it’s Serato DVS Upgrade Ready, so you can use it as the ultimate mobile DJ mixer with your component setup.
With the DNA of a professional audio console, the DJ-707M features studio-quality microphone preamps with independent gain, low-cut, and noise gate on each channel.
Individual on/off, level, three-band EQ, and effect controls let you get the exact right sound for each microphone. And with dedicated hardware effects from clean reverbs and delays to key-based auto-pitching and auto-ducking, you have total command over your vocal sounds.
For flexibility when you need it, the front-facing aux inputs can be used with microphones—just flip the switch to MIC for the correct level and impedance. This gives you a total of four mic inputs, enough for the whole party to sing along!
With full Serato DJ Pro support, you can use hot cues, loops, rolls, pitch play, slicer, and more. Serato DJ Pro also comes with iZotope audio effects to stylize your sound with simple one-knob control.
Work the perfect scratch or smoothest blend using the rugged crossfader with full-range curve settings and software-adjustable crossfader margin.
Roland’s pristine-sounding hardware effects can be assigned individually to the dedicated Filter/FX knob on each channel, and include Filter, Dub Echo, Jet, Noise, Reverb, Delay, Bit Crush, Phaser, Noise 2, and more.
There’s a Roland TR drum machine tucked away on Deck 3, so you can accent your songs with classic TR-808 and 909 drum loops or even provide a backing beat for instrumentalists. Setting Deck 4 to OSC lets you drop sweepers, synth stabs, and other onboard DJ sound effects to spice up a mix.
|Signal Processing||Sampling Frequency = 48 kHz|
|Internal Effect||Mic Effects
Output Multiband compressor
|Nominal Input Level||INPUT (1–4) (RCA phono type, LINE): -12 dBu
INPUT (1, 2) (RCA phono type, PHONO): -39 dBu
MIC IN (1, 2) (XLR type): -60 dBu
AUX IN (1/4-inch TRS phone type, AUX): 0 dBu
AUX IN (1/4-inch TRS phone type, MIC): -40 dBu
AUX IN (Stereo miniature phone type): -6 dBu
|Nominal Output Level||MASTER OUT 1: +6 dBu (balanced)
MASTER OUT 2: +0 dBu
BOOTH OUT: +6 dBu (balanced)
ZONE OUT: +0 dBu
|Input Impedance||INPUT (1–4) (RCA phono type): 47 k ohms or greater
MIC IN (XLR type): 7 k ohms or greater
AUX IN (1/4-inch TRS phone type, AUX): 30 k ohms or greater
AUX IN (1/4-inch TRS phone type, MIC): 7 k ohms or greater
AUX IN (Stereo miniature phone type): 10 k ohms or greater
|Output Impedance||MASTER OUT 1: 600 ohms (balanced)
MASTER OUT 2: 1 k ohm (unbalanced)
BOOTH OUT: 600 ohms (balanced)
ZONE OUT : 1 k ohm (unbalanced)
PHONES: 44 ohms
|Frequency Response||48.0 kHz: 20 Hz–22 kHz (+0/-2 dB)|
|Display||16 characters, 2 lines (backlit LCD)|
|Connectors||INPUT (1–4) jacks: RCA phono type
MIC IN (1, 2) connectors: XLR type
AUX IN jacks: 1/4 inch TRS phone type, Stereo miniature phone type
MASTER OUT 1 connectors: XLR type (balanced)
MASTER OUT 2 jacks: RCA phono type
BOOTH OUT jacks: 1/4
inch TRS phone type (balanced)
ZONE OUT jacks: RCA phono type
PHONES jacks: Stereo 1/4 inch phone type, Stereo miniature phone type
PC (A, B) ports: USB B type
MIDI OUT connector
DC IN jack
PHONO GROUND terminal
|Power Supply||AC adaptor|
|Current Draw||2,000 mA|
Leaflet "USING THE UNIT SAFELY"
|Size and Weight|
|Weight (excluding AC adaptor)||3.5 kg
7 lbs 12 oz