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Publié le 02/26/11 à 07:41
The Hercules RMX is a quick simple and efficient for any mobile DJ.
For the soft mix to use with VDJ ago last 7 with which the machine is wonderfully compatible with earlier versions of the inverse of soft.
It was available in 1 channel stereo headset available in 2 locations, same for the mono channel microphone for two, they are jacks.
derierre jack or RCA outputs, and inputs for the time codes if you wish to use the software with real platinn.
Manufacturing is strong and just connect the usb to power, the gain level on the headphone output is quite sufficient if you use a HD25 (headphone), for the other model I've never tried.
The machine itself does not really big faultless is especially soft to be chosen with which to make a nice mix station or not.
I think VDJ7 is because everything is very well recognized by car with the RMX, aucunne config button to load, and the lights work as a whole. is stable and fast, simple and efficient.
If the main purpose is to dance in your DJ nights, not need anything else.
If you want to improve on techniques for mixing and working with a pro club or another, it will be worth mieu invest in real turntables in good order.
For my part I turn dicomobile with ca 3 years since (a ladle) and I've never felt a quelquonque need anything else.
I give objective 7 (good), it is a good product, no more no less.
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