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Gemini DJ PS-646 Pro II
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da_wal da_wal
Publié le 01/09/07 à 11:58
4 channel stereo
1 phono / line convertible, 2 phono, 5 line and 2 mic inputs
DJ mic 1 / 4 "jack
Cue section
Cut feature for low, mid and high For Each Channel
Rotary low, mid high & gain controls for EACH channel
Beat Indicators
Talkover
Balanced and unbalanced master outputs
Booth output

Dimensions:
(WxDxH) 254 cm x 355 cm x 120 cm
Weight: 4.7 kg

Sorry I put the info in English: P
I bought a console used but in very good condition, not too servie.Pour the value c very well (€ 50 online) that can do better?

UTILIZATION

It is simple to use, not need the manual to have on hand.

SOUNDS

The least is the quality: knobs to zero can mix again! Very big breath! Fader x is ay in works more ..

Finally, if we want quality not worth thinking about.

OVERALL OPINION

I am new to the area, so you have something to commancer ...
Consideration should be given to new models. I replaced as soon as I can afford
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