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  • Freevox DJ 7Publié le 04/13/03 à 14:49
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    Simple and effective, without compromise

    USE

    Extremely simple, we enter a MKII and it comes out miracles!

    SONORITS

    Very dynamic, eq is exemplary, if a disk fishing in a range of frequencies, or dynamic level, a lil shot knob and go again!

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I could not afford this jewel, and now I no longer have utility in but still the best mixing desk that I could touch. A must.
  • Freevox DJ 7Publié le 02/20/05 à 12:21
    7 channels (as the name implies), triple EQ, long-throw faders, XLR and RCA outputs.
    At the core is the FreeVox disco sound (for big sound systems). The most interesting thing about this no-frills mixer is its sound (the somewhat stiff crossfader might throw off some people. It's not a hip hop mixer, that's for sure).

    USE

    It couldn't be easier to use. It's as basic as can be, which gives you the opportunity to discover the joys of its simplicity coupled with a mind-blowing technical level. I've been using it for 10 years and it still works perfectly. You only need to service it a bit to prolong its life.
    But be careful, you need a rack for this mixer, since the connections are on the......
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    7 channels (as the name implies), triple EQ, long-throw faders, XLR and RCA outputs.
    At the core is the FreeVox disco sound (for big sound systems). The most interesting thing about this no-frills mixer is its sound (the somewhat stiff crossfader might throw off some people. It's not a hip hop mixer, that's for sure).

    USE

    It couldn't be easier to use. It's as basic as can be, which gives you the opportunity to discover the joys of its simplicity coupled with a mind-blowing technical level. I've been using it for 10 years and it still works perfectly. You only need to service it a bit to prolong its life.
    But be careful, you need a rack for this mixer, since the connections are on the bottom.

    SOUND

    THE SOUND is the most important thing about this mixer. Freevox made no concessions with it and it's one of a kind. I have never heard anything better. Warm basses, ear-smacking mids and precise highs. What else could you ask for?
    The EQs are incredibly good. It doesn't matter how fucked up the record is, you can have it sound like an authentic super production with a couple of moves.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've been using it for nearly 10 years and it's still among the best. The Freevox is a legendary mixer. You can find it in the best French clubs (rex club, élysée montmartre...), in Ibiza and even in the States, where French DJs have explicitly asked for this gem. It's the Rolls among mixers! The sound of this mixer definitely marked the sound of the '90s!
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  • Freevox DJ 7Publié le 04/11/05 à 04:15
    - Rack-mountable console (plan on getting a flight case because it's quite big).
    - It honors its name: 7 channels, long-throw faders.
    - XLR balanced outputs... classic EQ per channel.

    USE

    - The overall configuration is a bit more complicated than on a regular DJ console. But the learning curve isn't too steep.

    SOUND

    - When you invest on such a DJ console, you are looking for quality. And in this case you get a reliable and robust product.
    - Freevox Components... Transparent sound. Effective EQ for each channel.

    OVERALL OPINION

    - I've been using it for about 10 years.
    - I always include it in my technical rider.
    - Pros: Its operating quality. its additional outputs, the very......
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    - Rack-mountable console (plan on getting a flight case because it's quite big).
    - It honors its name: 7 channels, long-throw faders.
    - XLR balanced outputs... classic EQ per channel.

    USE

    - The overall configuration is a bit more complicated than on a regular DJ console. But the learning curve isn't too steep.

    SOUND

    - When you invest on such a DJ console, you are looking for quality. And in this case you get a reliable and robust product.
    - Freevox Components... Transparent sound. Effective EQ for each channel.

    OVERALL OPINION

    - I've been using it for about 10 years.
    - I always include it in my technical rider.
    - Pros: Its operating quality. its additional outputs, the very characteristic Feevox environment ...
    - Cons: Its price, maybe!
    - I work with a lot of gear (Pioneer, Freevox, Soundcraft, A&H ...)

    - I'm 100% satisfied with it!. We are talking about pro gear here, so the price is justified. I recommend it for gigs in clubs.
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  • Freevox DJ 7Publié le 10/30/06 à 05:34
    One of the few products made for pros when it came out. XLR and RCA to immortalize your set. Front panel in anodized aluminum, separate PSU = no hum! It's a tank. It's indestructible!

    USE

    There's nothing simpler than a Freevox!

    SOUND

    This is where Freevox marks a difference in relation to competing products. THE CLUB SOUND in all its splendor! My DJ 7 is almost 10 years old and I still enjoy its particular sound in the evenings, the subtle mix of clear and dynamic mids with the XXL basses that my mixer produces! It grooves regardless of whether you use it with vinyls or CDs.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Freevox is a DeeJay's best friend! I started mixing with it and I plan to continue torturing......
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    One of the few products made for pros when it came out. XLR and RCA to immortalize your set. Front panel in anodized aluminum, separate PSU = no hum! It's a tank. It's indestructible!

    USE

    There's nothing simpler than a Freevox!

    SOUND

    This is where Freevox marks a difference in relation to competing products. THE CLUB SOUND in all its splendor! My DJ 7 is almost 10 years old and I still enjoy its particular sound in the evenings, the subtle mix of clear and dynamic mids with the XXL basses that my mixer produces! It grooves regardless of whether you use it with vinyls or CDs.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Freevox is a DeeJay's best friend! I started mixing with it and I plan to continue torturing subwoofers with it until it gives up on me (in 20 years maybe!!). VIVA!!!
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  • Freevox DJ 7Publié le 01/28/07 à 07:35
    Very effective EQ. Legendary disco sound!

    USE

    There's no need for a manual, everything is clear and intuitive!

    SOUND

    Wonderful sound...I have it connected to my hi-fi system at home.
    A huge punch without noise...It doesn't have any problems with the VU-meters going into the reds.

    OVERALL OPINION

    To me, it's the best mixer made in France in its category.
    I adopted it after having worked with its smaller sibling, the DJ6.
    If I had to, I would surely buy it again!
    From now on you'll have to deal with a nice pro unit...It's not a toy for kids, it has no BPM counter, it's well made. Now put yourself to work!

    The only thing I don't like is its color...It would've been great in black!!!...
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    Very effective EQ. Legendary disco sound!

    USE

    There's no need for a manual, everything is clear and intuitive!

    SOUND

    Wonderful sound...I have it connected to my hi-fi system at home.
    A huge punch without noise...It doesn't have any problems with the VU-meters going into the reds.

    OVERALL OPINION

    To me, it's the best mixer made in France in its category.
    I adopted it after having worked with its smaller sibling, the DJ6.
    If I had to, I would surely buy it again!
    From now on you'll have to deal with a nice pro unit...It's not a toy for kids, it has no BPM counter, it's well made. Now put yourself to work!

    The only thing I don't like is its color...It would've been great in black!!!
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  • Freevox DJ 7Publié le 08/12/08 à 12:10
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    yes DJ7 the rack is in 19 ", however the connectors located under the table and this dernire with a large chest, you should be deep enough flycase (150mm minimum) or opt for a fly with prsentation the table height and 45 indoor minimum of 130mm. (small tip: I use RCA, XLR and Jack sew the rear of the table)
    It features seven slices (2 channels / slice) with two microphones are only feature (/ line), all in all it is possible to connect three microphones, line level 9 peripherals 2 CD players with minimum (maximum 7), two vinyl turntables, sailed to the entries.
    its connectivity is the professional standard: readers RCA, XLR mic in, line-edged DJ1 and DJ2 Jack in 6.35, other lines in......
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    yes DJ7 the rack is in 19 ", however the connectors located under the table and this dernire with a large chest, you should be deep enough flycase (150mm minimum) or opt for a fly with prsentation the table height and 45 indoor minimum of 130mm. (small tip: I use RCA, XLR and Jack sew the rear of the table)
    It features seven slices (2 channels / slice) with two microphones are only feature (/ line), all in all it is possible to connect three microphones, line level 9 peripherals 2 CD players with minimum (maximum 7), two vinyl turntables, sailed to the entries.
    its connectivity is the professional standard: readers RCA, XLR mic in, line-edged DJ1 and DJ2 Jack in 6.35, other lines in the RCA, 2 XLR outputs Stros format and a single format (back cab for example) by Jack 6.35.
    correction by a triple and classical (low, midum, high) that trs effective, the choice of beaches frequency drives is exceptional for this type of product and production era (a cut as well that some current products, but does not kill like a Rane example, do not ask for the moon either).
    there is an insert effect by DJ Micro (2) bote your welcoming effect in Jack and 6.35 which is the commissioning order faade forward by push button.
    last dtail a push button under the table to enable or disable support of the masses of turntables, his intrt is that you can connect your son mass (ground) on a other means of dlestage to avoid the effect of rumble encountered many times when a mass goes into a loop, especially if all your devices are connected to a single line and even electric.

    UTILIZATION

    The configuration of this table is simple and offers only the Elementals required to set a disco or animation gnraliste: gain, triple correction, cost-per pr, fader start (on Jack 6.35) for 5 bands, voice over for 2 slices and microphones DJ1 DJ2 with rglages time of attacks and degree of intervention, indpendant gain for each output (3 total), balance on each Stereo output, and the icing on the cake famous rglage discosound Freevox patent by reinforcing the bass without attnuer the rest of the spectrum (a kind of intelligent loudness, the Listen it make you want to you give the vinyl, lol).
    the headphone output as it offers a pre-normal costs, with accumulation of source or split (a source in the right ear, the sound output in jou left work without good for trs d store next door).
    each rglage intervenes potentiomtre rotating each select (tracks, sources etc.) push button.
    the linear potentiomtre communment calls "fader" are "ALPS" 110mm and 120mm stroke oc, which allows to perform determinations prcis mix at a tempo ( IDAL for techno, trance, house etc ...) in addition to srigraphie per proposes a stopping the fader 0dB to avoid any saturation between (very effective on large system I), leaving a margin of 30mm, however, so before reaching the full opening of the knob.
    all functions are simple and accessible faade by Dj.
    the manual is sufficient for dpouill and Technical Specifications of implementation, especially for those who employ the fader ® religion-starts etc ...

    SOUNDS

    In any case the sound state of the table is excellent and rarely itch, even current products can shadow him on this point except a few manufacturers (Rane, Allen & Heath Amix; dpourvus but all are the famous "discosound" discovering absolutely '80Srules type 'in the search engine Dailymotion)
    the sound is crystalline and dnu any parasite, but it is nevertheless a breath trslger trs high level in the headset pr-cost and when you play the part silent pr cdent The beginning of your paths for fans of vinyl (as well say that this level of costs in your headphone, your tomorrow you deaf, lol).
    correction per trs is effective in the cutting of frequencies and dynamics in the mix it provides is extraordinary.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use this for a year DJ7 (Dj purchase a mobile enthusiast, too), but I used this brand (DJ6 V.2, Club DJ) o the era j'officiais club in 1987 1993 vis a vis in Power "PMP403"
    the most: the discosound (you must really listen, it's powerful set trs electronics and funk), 100mm faders for precision mixes and Linares in gain, Systm prcoute complete and correct by.
    Cons: until now I do not see the beasts of effects, pfff. I learned not mix and that's good, tired of hearing the effects galore and every second in the bedroom "DJs" that make noise and not the mix for some (learn to use your hardware Read the instructions and manuals).
    I tried Pioneer (DJM600, sold three years ago) and I also currently a possde Rane "TTM57 sl" for other reasons, but this remains for me Freevox trs a good working tool, among the best and some of my former collgues always are mixing in their club complment "DJM800" is a sign!.
    this product can not be used or found that clearance, the best qualitprix is ​​for me a SrieII made in France, of course! in very good state, as far as Aesthetics of operation, for a fee of approximately Euro 900 maximum (prfrez opportunities for mobile DJs or amateur, as the smoky clubs taient trs once).
    I would not repeat that choice, because once a product is purchased virtually indestructible if used and maintained properly.
    In addition, yes, I do it again if I continue this choice mixer, as it should with a supper and crativit effect.
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  • Freevox DJ 7Publié le 03/02/10 à 00:54
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    In 19-inch rack, the number of 3 outputs 2 stereo XLR and single!

    I use it for 6 months and frankly it's great, perfect sound quality, proper handling as saying lowest simpler you die.

    His discosound really on top to give some roundness to the sound without distorting the whole.

    Formerly associated with 2 CDJ 500 II and recently replaced by the Denon 3700, it continues to give so much pleasure.

    Bought used, I would do this choice without hesitation.
  • A MUST-HAVE!

    Freevox DJ 7Publié le 12/06/10 à 06:02
    Rack-mountable in a 19" flight case.

    CHANNELS INPUTS CONNECTOR TYPE IMPEDANCE Ohm SENSIBILITY dBU
    DJ1/DJ2 Balanced Mic XLR 600 -60 to –20
    Line Unbalanced Mono TS Jack 22000 -30 to +10
    STEREO1 Balanced Mic XLR 600 -50 to –10
    Line Unbalanced Stereo RCA 22000 -20 to +20
    STEREO2/3 Unbalanced Phono RCA 2x47000 -50 to -10
    CD Unbalanced RCA 2x22000 20 to +20
    STEREO4/5 Unbalanced Line1 RCA 2x22000 20 to +20
    Line2 Unbalanced RCA 2x22000 20 to +20
    OUTPUTS CONNECTOR TYPE IMPEDANCE Ohm SENSIBILITY dBU
    STEREO 1 Unbalanced XLR 2X600 -10 to +12
    STEREO 2 Unbalanced XLR 2X600 -10 to +12
    MONO Unbalanced TS Jack 600 -10 to +10
    HEADPHONE Unbalanced TRS Jack 2x600 /8 0 to +20
    RECORD –DJ Unbalanced RCA......
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    Rack-mountable in a 19" flight case.

    CHANNELS INPUTS CONNECTOR TYPE IMPEDANCE Ohm SENSIBILITY dBU
    DJ1/DJ2 Balanced Mic XLR 600 -60 to –20
    Line Unbalanced Mono TS Jack 22000 -30 to +10
    STEREO1 Balanced Mic XLR 600 -50 to –10
    Line Unbalanced Stereo RCA 22000 -20 to +20
    STEREO2/3 Unbalanced Phono RCA 2x47000 -50 to -10
    CD Unbalanced RCA 2x22000 20 to +20
    STEREO4/5 Unbalanced Line1 RCA 2x22000 20 to +20
    Line2 Unbalanced RCA 2x22000 20 to +20
    OUTPUTS CONNECTOR TYPE IMPEDANCE Ohm SENSIBILITY dBU
    STEREO 1 Unbalanced XLR 2X600 -10 to +12
    STEREO 2 Unbalanced XLR 2X600 -10 to +12
    MONO Unbalanced TS Jack 600 -10 to +10
    HEADPHONE Unbalanced TRS Jack 2x600 /8 0 to +20
    RECORD –DJ Unbalanced RCA 2x1000 -10
    RECORD –DJ Unbalanced RCA 2x1000 -10

    Stereo EQ:

    Hi +/- 14 dB to 15 kHz
    Mid +/- 8 dB to 1 kHz
    Lo +/- 10 dB to 30 Hz
    Disco Sound 0 dB to + 12dB at 63Hz

    Mono EQ:

    Hi +/- 14 dB to 15 kHz
    Mid +/- 8 dB to 1 kHz
    Lo +/- 10 dB to 40 Hz

    USE

    Very easy to get familiar with, it's instinctive and clear. The knobs are far apart enough from each other to make settings comfortably. The long-throw faders allow you to mix very gently...With the help of the split balance of the headphones pre-listening, which means you have the current track on the left ear and the one you're syncing on the right one. It's a real treat!

    SOUND

    I use it with a marantz amp and it produces no noise. Very precise controls. The clarity in terms of frequency is such that you'll rediscover your songs. But it can also create some buzz with its disco sound! For techno mixes, the blend is subtle and deep, it's simply spellbinding.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've been using it for two weeks and I can't stop asking myself how on earth did I not buy one before! The mixing comfort of the Dj Club seduced me several years back. Together with some technics sl 1210 mk2 decks (with ortofon concorde night club cartridges), it was the best setup I ever used (in a Paris nightclub). I had always wanted to go back to an analog mixer with long-throw faders, and I finally did. Freevox combines sturdiness, mix comfort and sound quality.. It's a MUST-HAVE!
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