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Rane MP2014

2-Channel Mixer from Rane belonging to the Scratch Live series.

After launching the MP2015 4-channel DJ mixer last year, Rane introduces a 2-channel version, the MP2014.

The MP2014 specs include :

  • DJ mixer with two analog deck input - each being phono/CD switchable
  • Phono/CD RCA stereo analog ins
  • 2 unbalanced RCA line level stereo analog aux ins
  • Line level Session analog in (unbalanced RCA)
  • XLR/TRS combo mic in with fx loop assignation and mic/line level switches
  • RCA digital S/PDIF Session in/out
  • 24-bits/44.1, 48 or 96 kHz AD/DA converter
  • 32-bit floating point internal DSP
  • 2 Class Compliant USB audio ports, each with 3 playback stereo channels and 5 stereo recording channels
  • Stereo jack FlexFX loop send
  • Unbalanced RCA FlexFX loop return
  • XLR main out
  • Jack booth out
  • Internal power supply accommodates line voltages from 100 to 240 VAC and either 60 Hz or 50Hz
  • Dimensions : 35.5 x 27.9 x 8.3 cm/14"x11"x4.3"
  • Weight: 6.4kg/14lb

More details available at dj.rane.com.

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