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  • DjayBuzzDjayBuzz

    Rodec MixBoxPublished on 03/21/08 at 13:07
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Dj mix table, rack-mount brackets with optional rack.
    2 channels (phono or line) + 1 microphone input (jack), gain and EQ (high, mid, low) on each tract.
    2 master outputs with adjustable gain output + 1 + REC to record a headphone output.
    No internal effects.
    RCA connectors + bulk

    UTILIZATION

    No need to read the manual to know how to use.
    Ability to change the location of the headphone output to be put on the front panel, below the crossfader.
    A small button "to open its" support for each instead of the crossfader to give effect to cut dry! Very handy.
    To listen to headphones, a knob is responsible for selecting the source.
    Vu-meter: [inputs 1 and 2] or
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    Dj mix table, rack-mount brackets with optional rack.
    2 channels (phono or line) + 1 microphone input (jack), gain and EQ (high, mid, low) on each tract.
    2 master outputs with adjustable gain output + 1 + REC to record a headphone output.
    No internal effects.
    RCA connectors + bulk

    UTILIZATION

    No need to read the manual to know how to use.
    Ability to change the location of the headphone output to be put on the front panel, below the crossfader.
    A small button "to open its" support for each instead of the crossfader to give effect to cut dry! Very handy.
    To listen to headphones, a knob is responsible for selecting the source.
    Vu-meter: [inputs 1 and 2] or [exit master l & r] with a small switch.
    Cursors track easily removed, it's fun to be with the cursor remains in the hand or taking off I know not where, must be put a little glue ...
    You can also disable the crossfader with a switch.

    SOUNDS

    No background noise.
    We can push the gain all the way into the red without hearing a single saturation, it's crazy.
    My crossfader crack a little and cut further, but my table more than three years without changing cross.
    The EQ is good.

    OVERALL OPINION

    The specifics:

    The + button to make cut.
    + It does not saturate.
    + Quality of manufacture.
    + The crossfader replacement offered.
    + The long runs of the sliders. (Although to mix less well for scratcher)

    - The sliders that can be removed accidentally. (Nothing too serious)

    I had a Gemini before, nothing to see, is Rodec 10x better quality level.
    I paid € 480 (3200frs) about 3 years ago.
    Too bad they do not do the same with 3 ways to 3 decks ...
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