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Musikmesse 2010: Numark announces M6 four-channel USB DJ mixer
Numark introduce the M6 USB DJ mixer enabling virtually and DJ to step up to a four-channel mixer, revealed at Musikmesse 2010.
Club-Friendly Mixer Features Assignable Channels and USB Computer Connection
Numark, the world's leading manufacturer of DJ technology, announces M6, its new four-channel USB DJ mixer.
Numark will introduce M6 at the Musikmesse, in its stand, B45 in Hall 5.1. Held March 24, 27, 2010 in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, Musikmesse is the world's largest fair for musical instruments, live music and the music business.
M6 enables virtually any DJ to step up to a four-channel mixer.
This club-style design not only works with any standard audio sources, but it also has a USB computer connection.
When connected to a DJ's Mac or PC, the plug-and-play connection enables DJs to mix in audio in from music-player software and record their set into virtually any audio recording application.
DJs will enjoy a complete range of performance essentials in M6, including three-band EQ and LED metering per channel, a replaceable, assignable crossfader with slope control and balanced outputs.
In addition, M6 features a dedicated XLR microphone channel and a secondary mic input on channel four.
M6 gives DJs the flexibility of four channels and the power of USB, said Mark Matthews, Director of Product Development, Numark.
M6 will be available from musical instrument and DJ retailers in Q3 2010.Posted on 24 Mar 2010 09:03 to category : Instruments News
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