Numark, creator of the first 100% digital DJ mixer, continues to develop digital mixing with X5. This two-channel, 24-bit, high-resolution mixer contains high-end analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog circuitry and powerful look-ahead limiters at the master, booth, and headphone outputs to deliver virtually lossless, clip-proof audio performance. I took tested the Numark X5 to its limits for the complete written review INSIDE!
Allen & Heath has restyled the Xone:02 scratch mixer. As an option to the original 02, the new Xone 2:02 which sports a specially-commissioned full colour face-plate and incorporates the ProXfade crossfader.
The Novation Dicer is a palm-sized cue point and looping controller that has been designed to fit exactly where you need it: on your Turntables, CDJs, Mixer, or Laptop. DJ D-Mac from DJbooth.net gives us his feedback on these nifty new devices.
DJ Blaze of DJbooth.net delivers the review of the new Stanton M.207 Professional Scratch Mixer! After a four-year hiatus, Stanton is back with a brand new professional-grade scratch mixer with innovative FX features and high grade materials. Read more to see if it really lives up to the hype…
PRO SMX is the most powerful, best-sounding DJ battle mixer Numark has ever made. Designed in conjunction with world-famous DMC champions, PRO SMX features a 100% analog audio path to preserve the natural warmth of vinyl.
The new Korg KM-202 KAOSS Mixers merge the effects and revolutionary interface from the KAOSS PAD, six different types of EQ, and an adjustable crossfader curve to deliver the most unique DJ mixer on the market.
The Numark DXM-PRO is a 24-bit Digital 2-channel Professional Scratch Mixer which is definitely a true contender in the battle mixer market.
The SA-5 is the first professional battle mixer which does not have a single rotary knob. Using all faders gives turntablists controls with which they are familiar and comfortable using. The positioning of all sliders and switches has been taken into special consideration for a clean, simple and easy to understand layout that is not over-crowded or confusing.
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