Pioneer DJ Bulit6 6" Powered Studio Monitor

6" Powered Reference Monitor with 1" Silk-dome Tweeter and TAD Convex Diffuser (each)
Pioneer DJ Bulit6 6
Pioneer DJ Bulit6 6
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Pioneer DJ Bulit6 6" Powered Studio Monitor
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Compact Nearfield Monitor for Music Creation

The Pioneer DJ Bulit6 delivers the accuracy and focus of a nearfield studio monitor in a reference speaker designed for music creation. This 6" active monitor includes the same kind of aramid fiber woofers found on some of the most popular studio monitors here at Sweetwater, and its convex diffuser from TAD delivers the kind of stereo imaging we expect from high-end enclosures. At the same time, the Bulit6 offers the powerful low-end punch you need to get a feel for the music you're making, providing you with an accurate sense of how your bass will translate to club systems.

Pioneer DJ Bulit6 6" Active Reference Monitor Features:
  • Active 6" reference monitor designed with music creation in mind
  • Aramid fiber woofer in a front-loaded MDF bass-reflex enclosure delivers powerful bass
  • 1" soft-dome tweeter and convex TAD diffuser for accurate mid/high-frequency imaging
  • Bi-amped with Class AB amplifiers for consistent performance and tonal balance
  • Auto standby and auto on functions conserve power without requiring back-panel access
  • Balanced XLR and 1/4" connections plus RCA inputs accommodate any monitoring setup
When you need accuracy and punch, grab a Pioneer Bulit6 monitor!

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Tech Specs

Powered Yes
Power Configuration Bi-amped
LF Driver Size 6"
HF Driver Size 1"
LF Driver Power Amp 90W peak (50W continuous)
HF Driver Power Amp 35W peak (20W continuous)
Total Power 125W
Frequency Range 45Hz-20kHz, etc.
Maximum Peak SPL 113 dB SPL
Input Types 1 x XLR, 1 x 1/4" TRS, 1 x RCA
Enclosure Type Ported
Height 13.4"
Width 11.6"
Depth 8.9"
Weight 18.7 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number Bulit6

Customer Reviews

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Wow. Nice work Pioneer! Stellar!

I'm spoiled when it comes to monitoring and didn't expect as much as I'm getting out of this pair. They are awesome for what I need. Clear, rich, loud and good looking.
Music background: Electronic Producer / DJ

Quite Ample for Near Fields

PROS* Great bass response, actually have to slightly EQ to roll it off, which in my opinion is more natural sounding then boosting a speaker to push more bass than it's designed for.* Three types of inputs: XLR, TRS and unbalanced RCA.* STANDBY FEATURE! This works GREAT, I don't have to reach around the back to power these down each night. As soon as it detects sound, it fades back to life. Huge. Awesome.* No RF interference from iPhone! My PreSonus Eris 5's needed expensive heavily shielded cables to keep from squealing like a pig in a fence. Now my Eris 5s are quiet EXCEPT when my iPhone polls the cellular towers or even my wireless network to check for mail, etc. Not super loud but I hear the RF. HOWEVER, this BULIT6 is totally quiet. A pair of these out of your big screen would be a huge upgrade in sound quality over built-in speakers and you wouldn't have RF interference.* The power is impressive in this BULIT6. If I just want to listen to music from my PC while at work (not doing multitrack mixing, etc), I have iTunes volume at 50%, Windows volume through the Creative DAC down to 15%, and the level control on the back of the BULIT6 down to 30%. This thing wants to crank and is quite capable.* As expected, sound has the heightened clarity that a near field monitor is supposed to have. However, it does have a bit of a boomy sound although that can be EQ'd out. I have it flat on the desk, I'll need to put an Auralex pad underneath and see there's a change. Pioneer does include a rubber pad on the entire bottom but it's only 1/8" thick if that, so there's not a whole lot of isolation of bass frequencies. I have seen other reviews claim that this thin foam rubber pad absorbs bass overload but that is physically impossible with a pad that thin. Basically your speaker won't slide off the desk in an earthquake, lol; other than that, these near fields need the same isolation pads as all of its competitors. It could also be the fact that I'm only listening to one speaker. These are ported cabinets as with most in this price range, and so the "boomy sound" battle will always be present in some degree. Nothing an EQ can't fix well enough to make them work. The high end is quite natural sounding via the soft dome tweeter that Pioneer chose to use, but a little more about that in the CON section.CONS*High end presence and clarity are just a little bit "in the background" sounding, especially when listening to jazz where a standup bass is competing with an acoustic guitar, etc. There is a detented Hi Cut knob on the back but I leave it at 0db, I'm not interested in cutting any more high end, and I don't need to because the high end does sound natural, just not quite in the front row.*The BULIT6 is almost a foot deep, not really a con, just make sure you have room. Might be a challenge if you do mixdowns at a corner desk. For a DJ setup, moot point obviously.
See also: Powered Monitors, Pioneer DJ, Pioneer DJ Active Monitors