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2-Channel Mixer from Rane belonging to the TTM series.

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    Rane TTM 54Published on 10/31/08 at 16:00
    Excellent. The one thing I'd change/modify would be, having the EFX Post-Channel/Crossfade, like the TTM 56 & Empath models, instead of Pre-Channel/Crossfade.

    $600 USD in 1999

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    Simple & clean, very easy to use!

    I've had my TTM 54 since 1999. This was my first battle style mixer. I chose this one over Vestax purely on the Rane name. From my experience, RANE made great gear, so when They started making Battle mixers, I didn't hestiate to get one as soon as it came out. I've only had it repaired once. The RCA outputs shorted out, and I sent it back to RANE. Got it back "quick-fast" too, 2-3 Bus. Days. No problems since.

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    Excellent. The one thing I'd change/modify would be, having the EFX Post-Channel/Crossfade, like the TTM 56 & Empath models, instead of Pre-Channel/Crossfade.

    $600 USD in 1999

    UTILIZATION

    Simple & clean, very easy to use!

    I've had my TTM 54 since 1999. This was my first battle style mixer. I chose this one over Vestax purely on the Rane name. From my experience, RANE made great gear, so when They started making Battle mixers, I didn't hestiate to get one as soon as it came out. I've only had it repaired once. The RCA outputs shorted out, and I sent it back to RANE. Got it back "quick-fast" too, 2-3 Bus. Days. No problems since.

    SOUNDS

    Execellent

    OVERALL OPINION

    I prefer this model to the newer "TTM 54i" version. IMO, it feels Mo' Betta'. Also, I like the Metal phono/line switches instead of the plastic ones. This mixer has gone through the good/bad Gigs. I've had several TTM54s but sold most off, except for THIS one. Btw, they're built like tanks.

    Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
    Posted by: djtonypsalms ( 8-, 2005)
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