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Rane's TTM56s is an enhanced version of their 2-channel TT 56 mixer now with a universal internal power...
This simple scratch DJ mixer offers 2 channels with switchable phono/line inputs for line-level audio sources....
If you own a DN-S1200, this simple and easy-to-use performance DJ mixer was built just for you. It has the...
The SMX.202 is made to survive the life of a busy DJ. Made of all-metal construction, this simple 2-channel...
Whether you're just starting out or have a professional DJing career on the go, finding a quality two channel mixer that suits your needs is essential. No two samples of music are mastered the same so you need two channels to effectively balance out the volume. Club, hip-hop or scratch artists can all benefit from an easy-to-use two channel mixer. Blending two sources of music together is the primary function of a two channel mixer. Most mixers come with options to adjust the equalization, gain and levels for each track so you can first, set the levels you want, and then manipulate them to your preference. For instance, if you want to generate a loud booming moment, you simply crank up the channel with the sample that you want straight out of your mixer. Kill switches come in extremely handy and often come with most two channel mixers. Depending on your DJ style, you may want to build and build a certain sample only to cut it out at the last second and bring in a completely new one on channel two. These simple flip switches like the one featured on the Behringer NOX404 give you great control over what you're sampling. Cross fading is another convenient function of two channel mixers. The ability to fade between the two channels allows you to play them both at once and easily highlight one track while the other is still present in the background. The Native Instruments TRAKTOR KONTROL Z2 features faders that allow you to practice this technique with ease. The durable construction of these mixers ensures they're club ready. A rowdy crowd can sometimes take over the stage so it's good to know your prized mixer is encased in heavy duty metal or plastic helping to protect the delicate circuitry that makes the sound come through so clearly. The secure metal screws provide further durability for you mixer as well. Two channel mixers are an easy way to try out different DJ stylings. They are easily capable of handling any media source from turntables to iPods. Once you plug in and play around, you'll want to start taking your show on the road.
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