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Vestax PMC-CX

3-Channel Mixer from Vestax belonging to the PMC series.

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Vestax PMC-CXPublished on 09/01/06 at 15:06
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
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UTILIZATION

Table Super Easy to learn, everything is obvious directly in three words: Simple, Practical, Effective!

Large buttons are well thought out, finally knobs TRUE!

SOUNDS

So the key is a most!
A wonderful sound, really impressive!
The equalos it's just hi-fi, we find all the knowledge vestax in this table!
Then There's the high-pass filter and low pass, a treat!

by the isolator is great (really his cup) and There's even an insulator for the general paufiner are mix!

really the highlight of the table with ergonomics!

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 3 months.

What I like most: ALL, this table is just perfect!
I love this......
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See sites for basic info ...

UTILIZATION

Table Super Easy to learn, everything is obvious directly in three words: Simple, Practical, Effective!

Large buttons are well thought out, finally knobs TRUE!

SOUNDS

So the key is a most!
A wonderful sound, really impressive!
The equalos it's just hi-fi, we find all the knowledge vestax in this table!
Then There's the high-pass filter and low pass, a treat!

by the isolator is great (really his cup) and There's even an insulator for the general paufiner are mix!

really the highlight of the table with ergonomics!

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 3 months.

What I like most: ALL, this table is just perfect!
I love this month: can be seen on a general meter needle ...

I have already tested: djm 600, Stanton, Gemini, ...

value for money ... correct, it is expensive but we are not disappointed with the outcome, its worth its taken I would say (we have something for nothing).
With the experience I would do this choice, (if my wallet allows), it's really a table for a treat!

In short: perfect ergonomics, functions extremely well thought out, sounds incredible, ultra strong.
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Vestax PMC-CXPublished on 09/28/10 at 05:49
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Finally the true connectivity of the 3 outputs on XLR, RCA farewell not so pro for booth outputs.

UTILIZATION

Ultra-simple ownership, along with a console dj is rarely complicated.

The large knobs are nice, fluid, giving a feeling of solidity.

On to the place of work (unlike the Xone 92 eg on which knobs are small and tight).

SOUNDS

Absolutely sublime. I had never heard that before. I'd have to test again to compare Xone, but memory is at least equal.

Of course, Pioneer whatever are completely out, nothing to see, and my Ecler Nuo 3 (which was already better than Piopio).

EQs are absolutely brilliant, the filter on each channel as well.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 2......
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Finally the true connectivity of the 3 outputs on XLR, RCA farewell not so pro for booth outputs.

UTILIZATION

Ultra-simple ownership, along with a console dj is rarely complicated.

The large knobs are nice, fluid, giving a feeling of solidity.

On to the place of work (unlike the Xone 92 eg on which knobs are small and tight).

SOUNDS

Absolutely sublime. I had never heard that before. I'd have to test again to compare Xone, but memory is at least equal.

Of course, Pioneer whatever are completely out, nothing to see, and my Ecler Nuo 3 (which was already better than Piopio).

EQs are absolutely brilliant, the filter on each channel as well.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 2 weeks, bought secondhand.

I tried quite a few other models before I pass on lower-end consoles, I tested Ecler Nuo, Ecler Mac 40V, Pioneer DJM 500, 600, 700, 800, Allen & Heath Xone 92.
The Vestax PMC-CX is over at any point.

What I like least: the price (1800 € new)
What I love most: the sound !!!!!!!! and the vintage look, the place to work

Value for money: ok no more, very expensive but high quality

Yes I would do this choice without hesitation, although I would test a day or Formula Sound FF6000 FF4000 and the legend of rotary consoles.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Vestax
  • Model: PMC-CX
  • Series: PMC
  • Category: 3-Channel Mixers
  • Added in our database on: 06/24/2004

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Other names: pmc cx, pmccx

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