Pioneer DJ DM-40-W – 21W 4″ Two-Way Active Monitor – White (Pair)

(10 customer reviews)


Model Name MacBook Pro
Speaker Type Woofer
Connectivity Technology RCA

  • Features 4-inch fiberglass woofers that output a strong, punchy bass from the front, while grooves on the ducts reduce air friction
  • Custom-built with ¾-inch soft dome tweeters that are fitted with DECO convex diffusers to enjoy a wide sweet spot and 3D stereo sound wherever you sit or stand
  • Class AB amplifiers deliver a crisp sound with low-distortion, plus the tweeter and woofer are perfectly aligned to eliminate crossover and ensure a well-balanced response across the frequencies
  • The cabinets’ curved front edges provide maximum rigidity and minimum resonance for a clean sound at any volume
  • Designed with a headphone output and volume knob on the front panel to give you flexibility and control
SKU: B01M0F374X Categories: ,


The compact DM-40-W desktop monitors bring excellent audio quality to your home setup. They inherit the best from our professional S-DJX series and Pro Audio speakers, including a front-loaded bass reflex system for a rich, tight bass with DECO technology for a wider reach and sweet spot. The smooth white fixtures create a clear energetic sound that you can enjoy in the studio or during a performance. The cabinet’s curved front, compact design make the monitors a perfect match for DJing, producing, and simply enjoying music at home. In addition, the fiberglass monitors are sold as a pair and output bass from the front and the bass ducts that feature grooves to reduce air friction—so you’ll feel a punchy bass even if you put the speakers close to the wall!

Additional information

Weight 0.01 kg
Dimensions 15.6 × 10.8 × 13.5 cm
Item Weight

0.01 ounces

Product Dimensions

15.6 x 10.8 x 13.5 inches

Country of Origin




Item model number


Date First Available

September 13, 2016

Color Name


Compatible Devices

Phones, Personal Computer

Speaker Amplification Type




Power Source

Corded Electric


40 watts



10 reviews for Pioneer DJ DM-40-W – 21W 4″ Two-Way Active Monitor – White (Pair)

  1. Elijah

    Very good speakers.Very good product for DJ’ing with and just listening to music in general. The bass is good for the size they are and they can get very loud. They respond well while I’m mixing, but the downside to these speakers is they take a bit to “wake up”. Other than that would definitely recommend

  2. Amazon Customer

    Impressed!These pack a lot of sound and bass! Great small to mid size speakers for computer or other audio. Connected these to my sons reloop vinyl player. The volume is loud at a low setting, and didnt notice distortion at high volume. I would say can be crisper if it had an equalizer but bass carries well. Highly recommend.

  3. Alex

    Great Quality in a Small PackageExceptional sound quality at a great price and in a relatively small package for speakers. They look amazing in my opinion but that is just personal preference. Only wish they had a remote but that is not a knock on the product as it obviously isn’t advertised as having one.If you are using Edifiers and considering an upgrade, I can confidently say that these will make you happy. I still love my Edifiers and use them for my TV audio but these are so much better for music and offer much better clarity.

  4. Gilberto Solano

    Pioneer rocks.Easy set up plus amazing sound,worth the money.

  5. Tyler H. Tanner

    The auto shutoff feature makes me regret buying these a year laterI bought these a year ago and the auto shut off feature really makes me regret my purchase. I would have bought any other brand had I know it would take 10-20 seconds sometimes for the speakers to ‘wake up’.If you want to use these as PC speakers or anywhere that you may leave them on and silent for more than 10 minutes, choose something else. They shut off and it takes forever for them to turn back on again.

  6. Jose J.

    Great speakersThese are compact and great sound i loving it

  7. djCHOZiN1

    Pioneer Dj – djCHOZiN1 DM40W’s (White)The media could not be loaded.

     Pros…5 stars in most catagories..Some have claimed bass not good enough…It is heavy on bass and full range for a two way speaker! 40 watts sound like 50-60 in your average living room. I mean loud and clear. This video doesn’t do these speakers justice like actual hearing. Pioneer DJ gear has stepped their game up for dj controllers and the DM-40-W’s are the perfect complement for any dj who needs to hear and feel the mix in their face. Be sure to get adjustable stands. I saved $57 getting these used but would pay full price if I had to… If your as serious about djing as me? You will love these.Cons…I run a recording studio as well…I have recorded on legendary speakers in the past… Are these as good as KRK’s? Almost. KRK’s will cost you double for same size and similar sound. Most djs and studio engineers are using other speakers for added sound. I use a soundbar and DClass Powered Harbinger Speaker for shows… Really is the best speakers for price range.*Bonus experience….Accidently dropped the line speaker (the second right speaker) on hard tile floor face down on the first night set up, was scared i broke it… Nope.. these things are 4/5 sturdy. I have maxed the sound on speaker level volume and they held. I never max the output on my controller or track recorder. No one should..

  8. Luis Arturo Duran

    Muy buen productoGood

  9. Jose Alexander

    EFICIENCIAUn producto de excelente calidad y diseño

  10. Kevin J. O’Conner

    Great pair of small speakersI bought these to go with the Pioneer turntable I had ordered. I have absolutely no complaints. The turntable/speaker combination sounds really good. The speakers are capable of decent volume without generating feedback, despite residing on the same table as the turntable (it helps that the turntable is built like a tank, with excellent isolation). The bass response is decent, even though the speakers’ frequency range bottoms out at 70 Hz.I have to correct something that appears in another review, though. With these speakers, left is indeed left, and right is right. You don’t have to reverse the speakers to get the proper stereo image. I confirmed this by checking the same recording on different systems; unless the stereo channels of the other (digital) source have been reversed (which has been known to happen), the guitar that opens Linda Ronstadt’s cover of “Back in the USA” comes out of the channel it is supposed to with these speakers placed as labelled (that is, with the left speaker placed on the left when facing the listener).

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