The MXR Series was designed to give DJs the tactile feel of a traditional DJ mixer while controlling music digitally from computer software.
Featuring 3 models ranging from 10”-19”—10 MXR (2-channel, 10”), 14 MXR (4-channel, 14”) and 19 MXR (4-channel, 19”), these MIDILOG mixers are designed to work with any “MIDI Learn” software or analog inputs like CD players and turntables. They feature a built-in DSP D-Core sound card with 4-in/4-out audio interface; balanced XLR outputs; 18 or 20 assignable MIDI control buttons; and MIDI navigation controls for access to your music library.
Each unit includes 3-band EQ with Rotary Kills (Treble, MID & Bass); Crossfader Curve Adjustment; and Master, Booth and Headphone Level and Mix Controls. Models 14 MXR and 19 MXR offer a Controller Mode for routing USB output streams through master and headphone outputs.
Featuring multi-voltage operation, the MXRs weigh 6–10 lbs. for transport.
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