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[Musikmesse] Numark M8

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4+ Channel Mixer from Numark .

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Numark introduces the M8, a four-channel DJ mixer with integrated effects.

 

With the M8, DJs can mix vinyl, CDs, a microphone or another line-level audio source using the mixer’s four-channels. There's also a pair of RCA inputs on top so that DJs can connect a portable music player or smartphone as a playback source.

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The M8 mixer has built-in dedicated three-band EQ controls. Users can create remixes and song transitions by engaging M8's beat synced effects. There is also a dedicated microphone channel with XLR input, independent gain control and EQ. Beatkeeper technology is designed to automatically detect a song's BPM for crossfades from track to track.

 

Availability

The M8 mixer will be available Q2-2011 from musical instrument and DJ retailers.

 

Check out Numark for more details.

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