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Gemini introduces the new CDM-3650 table top dual deck MP3/CD player as well as the CDM-3250.


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http://www.midweststereo.com/v/vspfiles/templates/111/images/clear1x1.gifGemini’s CDM-3250 CD Mixing Console is a tool that provides track search and playback features across dual CD decks.

 

Features:

 

Player Section:
  • Audio CD, CR-R and MP3-CD compatible
  • Anti-shock using RAM buffer memory
  • Large blue-backlit LCD display
  • Two selectable jog modes: Search & Pitch Bend
  • Instant-start & Cue with Preview
  • Fader-start capability
  • +10 track button for quick navigation
  • Single & Continuous play modes
  • One loop per side with reloop
  • Pitch bend via job wheel or buttons: +/- 16%
  • Three mode time selection
  • Frame accurate search
  • Rubber jog wheels with finger grips
  • Variable pitch control with +/- 12% range

Mixer Section:
  • 2-band EQ with Gain Control
  • 1/4-inch headphone output
  • XLR balanced outputs and 1/4-inch mic input
  • Auxiliary inputs for Line devices
 
 
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The CDM-3250, the CDM-3650 features a CD/MP3 player section with all of the functionality of Gemini's other dual tray CD players. 


Features:

  • Plays CD's, CD-R's, and MP3's 
  • Backlit LCD display
  • ID3 text for MP3 
  • Variable pitch control: 4, 8 and 16 percent range 
  • Equipped with master tempo control 
  • Touch-sensitive jog wheels feature three selectable modes of operation: Scratch Effect, Cue Search, and Pitch Bend 
  • Loop capability 
  • Gemini's anti-shock system 
  • Reverse effect 
  • Brake mode 
  • Compatible with fader start 
  • Programmable playback section

 

Check out www.geminidj.com for more details.

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