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Behringer NOX404

2-Channel Mixer from Behringer belonging to the Pro Mixer series.

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The NOX404 is Behringer's 2-Channel DJ Mixer with infinium “Contact-Free” VCA Crossfader, Beat-Syncable FX and USB Audio Interface.

Features

  • 2-channel battle DJ mixer for the most demanding turntablist, remixer and digital DJ
  • 45-mm infinium “contact-free” optical crossfader with adjustable tension and fader curve for years of use
  • Built-in USB interface for recording and playback of any digital music file. Works with your PC or Mac computer—no setup or drivers required
  • Beat-syncable FX section with 2 parameter controls assignable to Mic, 1, 2 or Master
  • 3-band EQs with full-kill filters plus 10-segment level meters with peak hold function
  • Phono and XENYX mic preamps for superior detail and ultimate punch
  • 2 Line inputs with USB connectivity, 2 Phono/Line and 1 Mic input
  • VCA-controlled faders with adjustable fader curve for utmost reliability and noise-free performance
  • Adjustable curve for crossfader and channel faders
  • FX Send & Return loop to connect external FX devices
  • XLR Master and Record outputs
  • Conceived and designed by BEHRINGER Germany

 

Visit www.behringer.com/EN/Products/NOX404.aspx for more info.

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