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Tonium P666 Pacemaker Pocket-Sized DJ System, 60 GB


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  • Portable DJ system lets you mix, play and perform music anywhere, anytime
  • 1.7 inch TFT Display with 166 ppi screen resolution
  • 60GB Harddrive-holds approximately 15,000 tracks in 128 Kbps AAC format
  • Built-in rechargeable lithium battery, play time up to 15 hours when fully charged, mix mode up to 5 hours when fully charged
  • USB 2.0, Pacemaker editor computer software, quick start guide included in the box
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Pacemaker User's Manual Version 2.0 [PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 2.7 x 0.9 x 6.4 inches ; 6.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 15.5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0024FAU7M
  • Item model number: P666
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #22,169 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 13, 2004

Product Description

Product Description

The Tonium Pacemaker is setting the scene for future DJ's. Pacemaker device lets you... Mix play and perform – at home work and play Prepare and preview your sets on the go Bring your entire music library in your pocket Save your mixes and sync with Pacemaker Editor The Pacemaker is the ultimate gadget for DJ's! Pacemaker is a revolutionizing portable music player equipped with an extensive range of professional audio manipulation features enabling limitless mixing between two independent channels. This portable battery powered handheld device contains a 60GB hard drive so has plenty of room for your favourite tunes and a brilliant innovative hand controlled interface allows you to select tracks mix pitch-bend crossfader and more - all in the palm of your hand. The Pacemaker DJ has 2 outputs - one for your headphones and a main output to connect to your hi-fi or soundsystem - the Tonium Pacemaker really is a brilliant bit of kit - this isn't a gimmick or toy - it's fully capable of delivering a perfectly mixed DJ set from the palm of your hand. What's more is that the Pacemaker will save those mixes onto the players hard drive. Clever Pacemaker! Features: Pacemaker Portable DJ Booth Built-in 60GB Hard Drive 100% Pitch Range with Pitch Pend Full Cueing and Cue Search Facility Audio Effects and Filters 3 Band EQ Per Channel Gain Controls Seamless Looping Seperate Headphone and Main Outputs Mix play and perform – at home work and play Prepare and preview your sets on the go Bring your entire music library in your pocket Save your mixes and sync with Pacemaker Editor In-depth Spec: Mixing functionality Dynamic beat detection – 0.1 BPM precision Cue – auto-cue at track start and set cue point. Change Pitch – alter speed and key of track ± 100% Bend pitch – momentarily alter speed of track. Crossfade – set the line out and/or phones blend of the two channels. Loop – set loop split loop from end-point split loop from in-point exit loop re-enter loop Audio effects

From the Manufacturer

Manufacturer's Review (April 25, 2009)
Pacemaker is a revolutionizing music player and mixer with all the features you need to DJ anywhere, anytime. Instead of simply listening to your music, you can now completely interact with it and the possibilities are only limited by your own imagination. This multiple award-winning device holds all the functionality of a professional set-up and is designed to deliver in every aspect of DJing. Everything you ever wanted to do with your music is now totally up for grabs.

All the features you need to deejay anywhere, anytime. Click to enlarge.

The Pocket-Sized DJ System

With all the functionality of a professional set-up Pacemaker is the first product in the world that truly brings deejaying to the masses and right into the hands of the next DJ generation.

Pacemaker's two independent audio channels let you play two tracks side by side. Beatmatching is easily done by the click of a button, and with a full set of professional audio effects and a crossfader you now have unlimited creative influence over your music.

The features and the performance of Pacemaker makes it the perfect mixer for any situation. Pacemaker can be used for practicing your DJing or for preparing your set on-the-go. Connect the lineout jack to an amplification system and you're ready to perform with full control in your headphones.

Pacemaker even lets you save your mixes and spread them across the digitized universe. Any mix can be saved on your Pacemaker. When transferring your mixes to your computer, you can edit and refine your mixes as you like with the free desktop application, Pacemaker Editor. When you're ready, go ahead and upload your mixes to our mix community and let anyone listen anytime.

Features

Pacemaker's multiple award-winning hardware is designed to deliver in every aspect of DJing. This innovative compact system is tailor-made for all-the-time readiness--on the road, at the club and the afterparty--wherever, whenever, ready when you are.

Pacemaker's extensive functionality gives you full control over your mixing right in the palm of your hand. The reliability and ease of use of Pacemaker follows the same intuitive workflow as industry-standard machinery, and is now also featuring the innovative new software taking the prospects of portable DJing even further. Everything you ever wanted to do with your music is now totally seizable.

Pacemaker's award-winning hardware is designed to deliver in every aspect of DJing. Click to enlarge.

Cue your mix in the headphones, and send your jams to anything with an input from the line out. Click to enlarge.

USB connector for charging your device or sending your mixes to Pacemaker Editor for further refinement. Click to enlarge.

Intuitive and powerful effects at your fingertips. Click to enlarge.

Playback control

Auto beatmatch
Instantly sync tempo and phase of two loaded tracks by the click of a button.

Timestretch
Alter and set the tempo of a track +/- 100% without affecting pitch/key.

Pitch speed
Alter and set track tempo +/- 100% and pitch/key +/- one octave in parallel.

Bend speed
Nudge a track into phase.

Beat graph
Visually monitor relative drifting in tempo and/or sync.

Loop
Create synchronized loops on the fly; set and adjust in-point and/or end-point, split from in-point or end-point, double from in-point or end-point, exit loop and re-loop. One loop per track will be permanently saved until altered.

Reverse
Flip playback direction

Cue play
Play track from cue point and revert to cue point when releasing cue button.

Cue control

Set cue point
Search and define starting point of a track with precise control.

Save cue point
One cue point per track will be permanently saved until altered.

Auto cue
Allow track to automatically cue up at track start or defined cue point when loaded.

DJ pause
A stuttering micro loop lets you listen, search and define cue point.

Vinyl pause
Track is halted in a vinyl-like pause letting you scrub, search and define cue point.

Headphones crossfader
Dynamically adjust what channel blend to listen to in the headphones.

Effects control

Colour FX
Add and adjust single parameter audio effects Hi-cut/Lo-cut, Wah and Crush, to +/- 1.0.

Beat FX
Add and adjust two-parameter audio effects Echo, Delay, Trans and Roll to dry/wet + 0-100% and Time at 1/8, 1/4, 3/8, 1/2, 3/4, 1, 3/2, 2, 4, 8, and Reverb to dry/wet + 0-100% and size to + 0-100%.

Key
Temporarily adjust the two-parameter function Key; transpose a track key +/- one octave in increments of halftones, and/or tune a track pitch +/- 100% one halftone.

Kill-all
Instantly mute or re-engage activated audio effects.

Effects crossfader
Optionally incorporate +/- 100% Bass or +/- 1.0 Filter effects into the crossfader.

Pacemaker Editor
When transferring your mixes to your computer, you can edit and refine your mixes as you like with the free desktop application, Pacemaker Editor.

Mix your music
Being a DJ these days is almost ridiculously easy. Don't own any music software? Just import your favorite tracks to the Pacemaker editor, arrange them and start blending the music together.

Publish your mix
Once you have created a truly subtle piece of mix mastery--or something pretty mediocre, that's totally up to you--upload the mix to Pacemaker.

Share your mix
Now sit back and watch the world discover your idea of great music. Or give the world a little help: Share the mix with your friends, embed it on your blog or add a mix widget to your MySpace or Facebook profile. Sound good? Let's mix!

Sound control

Track EQ
Temporarily adjust equalization of loaded track.

Master EQ
Adjust master equalization for lineout output.

Headphones EQ
Adjust equalization for headphones output.

Normalize sound
Globally normalize all tracks' volumes.

Recording control

Record
Record your set directly to the hard disk with the integrated recorder, supporting transfer of mixes to the computer software, Pacemaker Editor.

Halt
Pause a recording and optionally select to continue, save, lock keys or create new mix.

Volume control

Gain
Temporarily adjust gain level of loaded track.

Master lineout volume
Adjust volume for lineout output.

Lineout volume limiter
Set volume limit for lineout output.

Master headphones volume
Adjust volume for headphones output.

Headphones volume limiter
Set volume limit for headphones output.

Ready when you are. Click to enlarge.

Lineout crossfader
Dynamically adjust lineout blend between the two channels.

Track browsing control

Track navigation filters
Optionally activate and filter on one or more of the categories Genre, Album, Artist, BPM, Mix, Case, Remix, Label, Year, Added, Key, Rating, Type and Bitrate when browsing for tracks.

On-the-go Cases
Create on-the-go cases and edit any case via the track context menu.

What's in the Box

Pacemaker 666, USB 2.0 cable, Pacemaker Editor computer software (featured on device hard drive), Quick start guide, Hardware warranty

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The sound controls work very well and reliably.
Amazon Customer
I discourage buying the product because the manufacturer (Tonium from Sweden) refuses to interact with customers.
Couzteau
[Secret] I go to the club every night and the DJ is great because he always plays the music I like.
P. Barriga

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on May 4, 2009
I've owned the Pacemaker since it was originally released and have been incredibly pleased with it. Early versions of the firmware were a bit buggy but it has been a solid performer for the past six months with regular updates freely available.

The interface is intuitive and easy to use after a 2-3 hour learning curve (mostly to break iPod interface habits) and the sound for the variety of formats supported is superb. You can record your mixes on the device and move them to the desktop application and vice versa. The sound controls work very well and reliably. If you like manipulating music and are looking for a device that takes you beyond the iPod experience, this is highly recommended.

The pacemaker social network for sharing mixes is nice as well. I just wish there were a way to download and play them on the device (even if for only a limited period of time).

I can't speak to its utility as a live DJ device as I've never used it in that capacity, but there seem to be quite a few folks that do in the pacemaker.net forums.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By N. Katsilometes on June 12, 2009
Just got my Pacemaker a few weeks ago and I'm really enjoying it! I had a couple of Numark (monster) TTX tables with a Stanton xfader when I was younger and the biggest pain was just getting the things around. Even with CDJs its pretty tough to move gear around. So the Pacemaker works out really well as far as portability goes!

Loading MP3s is not too hard, beware if you have a lot of older iTunes tracks, you'll have to *upgrade* them to the DRM-free format for $0.30/track to get them on to your Pacemaker, just something to consider. That can set you back hundreds if you have a good sized music collection tied up in iTunes.

You've really got to know your music because when you scroll through the tracks, you only get track titles and BPM displayed. Once you start playing the track, you get all the info. I havent played with the mix editor software too much but it installed easily seems easy enough, not as intuitive as iTunes but it shouldnt give you too many headaches if you're just trying to get music on the Pacemaker.

As far as "gigging" with it, if you're going to a party with a bunch of your friends and want to entertain, this is good but you're tethered to the thing all evening, you might be better off spending the $500 bones on some good music, making some really great playlists on your iPod and just letting it go to shuffle. Then you can hang with everyone at the party.

If you got really sharp with it (I am not...working on it though) its pretty reasonable to play 3-4 hours of play with lots of different music using pitch bend and effects to really get some unique flavor into what you're playing. After using it LOTS the past few weeks, I'm pretty confident it wont lock up on you in the middle of your set.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Couzteau on February 3, 2011
Verified Purchase
I discourage buying the product because the manufacturer (Tonium from Sweden) refuses to interact with customers. There is no support at all. If you buy this product and it doesn't work as expected you are on your own. If it breaks or need replacement batteries the only option is to toss it in the bin and to write off your money.

That said, I loved my pacemaker until it broke. It's very sad that a great product that it is is dying but it is. I think tonium is already out-of-business. Today the company is nothing but a letter box in Stockholm that nobody cares for. Apparently the people that ran Tonium took the money into another venture which is the the letsmix.com site. The people behind tonium and letsmix.com are the same, but when you contact letsmix support for pacemaker they refuse and deny that they have anything to do with the tonium. Even though the names of the people are identical.

:( I repeat: I discourage bying this product.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Alice Bain on May 6, 2009
I bought one of these when they first came out last year (the 120GB version), and I've been very happy with it. At the time I had no prior mixing experience, but I found that using the Pacemaker was pretty intuitive and I caught the bug so thoroughly that only three months later I bought my own set of full-size turntables and a mixer.

Pros: I love that it's small enough to fit in my purse or satchel and go anywhere. I travel a lot, and it makes that 8-hr flight a lot easier to cope with! I can also plug it in to any old rig and put on a decent mix if I want to. I don't go through music withdrawal any more and I'll never buy another MP3 player. It's so loaded with features I haven't yet mastered them all.

Cons: The touchpad is fiddly, simply because the device is so small. You have to be really careful where you place your fingers or you risk e.g. accidentally hitting the crossfade bar and wrecking your mix. I find the EQ gestures have been hard to get used to. I can't imagine dancing around with this thing - it's too easy to hit the wrong area of the control face if you're not paying attention! Other DJ friends of mine think it lacks a certain gravitas that a booth provides.

Overall: a great toy. I'd recommend it.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By P. Barriga on July 11, 2009
[Bedroom DJ]

I have had my Pacemaker for about 1 month and it is simply superb. Normally I spin on two CDJ-400s and a DJM-800 - usually with music off my USB sticks - I purchase my music in .wav format and tag it using media monkey.

[Secret] I go to the club every night and the DJ is great because he always plays the music I like. [/Secret]

WHAT IS THE PACEMAKER?
This is two music players in ONE that allows you to mix music (beatmix, master tempo, pitch shift) in real time as if you had two turntables/decks.

HOW DOES IT WORK?
While one song is playing through the line output, the next song is chosen through headphones, then mix the two songs in real time with all magic DJ touches at your finger tips. Record your set on the fly to replay later and export. [Lame] Export to file is to .ogg format at 199 kbit/s - this is very average quality [/Lame] or to [Cool] web-online at the tonium site so that others may download. [/Cool]

WHY DID I BUY THIS?
I hate my IPOD/iTunes: they do not seem to play nice with other formats and service providers. More importantly, I wanted to experiment with music mixing when away from my set DJ set up - ie: on vacation or when I need down time at work! If my Pacemaker broke today I would buy another one tomorrow. NB: I actually own the 211 model - the 120 GB flavor with a charger, a USB a-b cable, and a 1/4inch TRS to RCA cable.

PACEMAKER HARDWARE INTERFACE
Exceptionally parsimonious and very effective: These people are definitely geniuses - the controls are easy to master and truly reflect the way I think when I am on my CDJ-400s; I played a near flawless set the first three hours I owned it!!!
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