This table is a rotary mixer, it is - that she has no faders, knobs that. Made of craft Manir Schematic of the old Urei 1620 whose sound has participated in the glory of Larry Levan and others of the era, is a collaboration between Jerome and Barb DJ Deep.
The CDD-400 is the portable version Ralite of CDD-100, and the only rotary mixer's mobile market until further notice.
Moreover, it is one of the few rotary mixers table.
28x22 cm, height mkII, it is especially trslgre with a spare power supply.
In principle 4 RCA inputs: 1 phono / line, 2 phono, 3 phono / line, 4 line
But the manufacturer can adapt it to the extent reasonable.
Master Output (XLR / RCA), booth output (XLR / RCA), send-return (CAR) (for a collection's outdoor fx, p ex).
L too, it can be dparts team of individuals per track.
The saw-nitre monitor is also an option.
It is equipped with a filter - crossover three knobs: LO, MED, HI surefficace, which acts on the total (master and booth, but no headphone).
Each track has an EQ (LO-HI)
No microphone input.
I will Reserved connectivity of the effects loop which would have arranged in jack, but I adapt ...
It quickly becomes addicted to rotary mixing: There is a espce obviousness of having a knob for volume rgler track is instinctive trs.
The crossover is standard (acoustically and physically): you can transfer the kik or treble completely and return with a flick of the wrist, with the sweetness that makes a big knob well oiled.
Obviously it can reinvent itself as the filter house ever ... but also balance the sound in the room fawn prcise trs.
Sometimes mix in some situations, one can possibly regret the absence of medium EQ on each track, but it's half empty glass of water, because Ralite it's pretty frquent there simply not EQ on this type of tables (Rane, Urei ...). This time, it is enjoyable to have one, even limited.
Monitoring is classic slction cue by a button on every track, volume headphone.
The key is the essential: HUGE:
Forget Vestax, Numark, Pioneer, Ecler, etc ... Forget also Allen & Heath, Mackie, it is called something else here.
There is talk of a table made as o era there was no diffrence between HI-FI sound system ...
Clearly, a warm and pchu, flexibility and well phat to be honest, much the sensuality ...
It is made to be taken to the club, instead of one of these mixers mentioned above, much to his amazement ings often freak out in front of the house unknown (too little to reassure ): it is the kind dveloppe its power ...
We amme branch once in an Allen & Heath (online for 4 plates) and sounded better!
In the mix, you end up working with her as diffrent Fidler, and that is the history of the MED EQ perspective: We do spend more time to catch up as EQing of usual with cheap tables.
If she has a background early disco is a table idalie to mix techno, especially minimal, house, drum'n'bass in short, anything you like provided they do not dpendant be the crossfader.
The CHARACTERISTICS this table, even more than its rarity makes it a must objectively. I use it for some months, and I know others believe in a long time.
I pass by Vestax, Numark, I often use the Pioneer, NUO, the Allen & Heath, and there is no photo. While well-sr, it is plutt in the price range of the Urei 1620LE (the repetition), but remember that it's handmade!