DJ Mixers Information
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Along with a turntable and a drum machine, a mixer is vital every DJ, regardless of skill level and experience. The range of options on DJ mixers means that your only limitations are budget and imagination. There are a few important types and features of mixers that set them apart. Your primary concern is to balance durability, enough inputs to support your other DJ equipment, and budget.
For beginning DJs, two inputs, each with a switch to go between mono – vinyl – and line – CD – should be enough. More inputs increase the cost, such as if you want to have a separate in for a microphone or a computer. If you plan to be a computer DJ, you can also opt for DJ midi controllers with a built in mixer and bypass some of these other technical decisions.
The next spec you should consider is equalizers. As a new DJ, you can probably get by with just two-band EQs on your inputs, but to perform you will need at least three-channel and gain control for every input so that you can easily cut out whatever doesn’t work in the audio mix. Along with this, every mixer has a cue out, where you get the mix in your DJ headphones so that you can make sure audio and the beat sound right. Cue controls giving you the option to listen to each input separately or the master mix, as well as those controlling cue EQ will also drive up the price of DJ mixers.
From here the differences are all about quality of components and extra features. Our selection includes models with cutting edge cross faders, on-board effects for club DJs who want remix live and integrate components, video inputs and outputs, LCD touch panels, integrated DJ midi controllers, and internal beat detection units to help with beat mixing. These features are all about polishing off your live DJ performance. Regardless of your situation, be confident that we have the DJ mixer that suits your needs.