[NAMM] 2 new DJ Tech mixers
The DJ department did not offer many novelties this year at NAMM, however DJ Tech had an impressive booth with 2 new mixers, among others.
For scratch fans, the DIF-1M is a two-channel mixer equipped with two faders and a Mini Innofader crossfader which is compatible with the full size model, as well as analog high and low-pass filters and a three-band EQ on each channel.
You can use the mixer as a MIDI controller thanks to MIDI assignable buttons and knobs. You can also switch between DVS and vinyl/CD modes at the touch of a button without having to unplug your cables.
The mixer offers 1/4” jack Master and Booth outputs with dedicated level controls, a microphone input and two 1/4” and 1/8” headphone outputs.
The most demanding DJs can look at the DIF-4S, the 4-channel version of the DIF-1S, which also comprises a Mini Innofader crossfader for scratch with a Reverse switch and a cut position curve. Analog filter and 3-band EQ are also available on each band, as well as 5 digital effects. The DIF-4S features XLR Master output, RCA Booth output with their level controls and you’ll find the new 1/4” and 1/8” headphone outputs and the mic input.
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