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Rane TTM57mkII

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

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2 years after it was discontinued, Rane announces the return of its TTM57 DJ console with built-in audio interface in a new version for Serato DJ.

The TTM57mkII is designed for the Serato DJ software. New features include RGB backlit silicon pads to trigger 4 cue points per deck or the SP-6 sampler, the addition of a 10-channel class compliant USB MIDI port, an aux channel for SP-6 routing, sweepable high and low-pass filters on decks 1-2 and the Aux, Rane magnetic (no contact) faders and effect inserts for the iZotope processors on each deck. Last, the TT57mkII supports sampling rates of 44.1, 48 and 96 kHz.

As for the rest, you’ll find on this new version a switchable mic/line input on XLR/jack combo, two stereo effect loops, RCA for each deck (switchable aux and phono/CD) and Session (stereo in and out), 1/4” Booth outputs and XLR mains (left and right) ; the headphone output is available on the front next to a footswitch input.

Discover the new Rane TTM57mkII mixer for DJ at dj.rane.com.

 

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