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American Audio MX-1400 DSP 4-Channel DJ Mixer with Effects
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The American Audio MX-1400 DSP DJ mixer is the ultimate mixing deck. This 14" rave/club mixer features 4 channels and DSP (digital signal processing)...Click To Read More About This Product
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A mixer to rave about.
The American Audio MX-1400 DSP DJ mixer is the ultimate mixing deck. This 14" rave/club mixer features 4 channels and DSP (digital signal processing) effects assignable to any channel including the mics! You can tweak-out your vocals or music from any source (CD/MP3/vinyl). Fine-tune the effects with the built-in Parameter Time and Depth adjustment knobs plus the TAP and Beat Ratio buttons.
The large blue LCD display shows the built-in BPM Analyser, what effects are being used, and the fine-tuning of the Parameter Time and Depth adjustment.
On the MX-1400 DSP mixer's recessed rear panel you'll find a master trim output (or master volume output); XLR outputs; and a digital (S/PDIF) output to record your gig or favorite mix. There is also a second set of XLR outputs for booth monitoring--just plug directly into a set of powered speakers and your set.
The MX-1400 DSP DJ mixer has a convenient auxiliary RCA input on the face of the mixer for those last minute hardware add-ons. American Audio's MX-1400DSP is a solid mixer from the inside out with superior mic circuitry and long-lasting line faders and cross fader.
- 4-channel, 14-inch professional mixer
- 3 Phono, 4 Lines, 4 Aux, 3 Mics (assign to any channel)
- FX with Digital Signal Processing (DSP): Echo, Auto Pan, Flanger, Reverb, Manual Filter, Auto Filter, Trans, & Pitch Shifter
- Assign FX to any mic or channel input
- Parameter time and depth adjustment
- Master and cue BPM analyzer
- Master trim output adjustment on rear
- Microphone attenuator on rear panel
- Balanced XLR outputs
- Booth output (XLR) with Assign and Volume
- Crossfader assign on each channel
- Crossfader curve
- Treble, Mid, Bass, Mute and Talkover for each channel
- Master Volume with Balance (Left/Right) and Mono/Stereo control
- Convenient auxiliary RCA input on face of mixer
- Stream Flow LED indicators for each channel and master channel
- Superior mic circuitry and longer lasting line faders
- Recessed back panel
- Digital output (S/PDIF)
- Multi-voltage switch
- Dimensions (LxWxH): 14" x 12.6" x 4.25"/ 357x320x106mm
- Weight: 14 lbs. / 6.3 kg
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I got this mixer half a year ago when I got my tax return. And I have been using it for 2 h, at least 5 times a week since then. It has never given me any trouble. I mix music for my leisure and for private college parties.The mixer has good sound clarity, not as great as a Pio but for the 1/3 of the price, its reasonable. The faders and knobs are spaced enough to prevent accidents but close enough to comfortably allow you to control 2 channel faders or even EQ knobs with one hand. It has four Channels! I use two CDJs and a dual CD player for quick sample dropping and it?s great. Most of my friends have 2 channel mixers and they can't do what I do. The auxiliary RCA input is great in those "can you pleeeeease play this track that I have in my iPod" moments.I don't scratch a lot so I don?t know how long would the cross fader last for that purpose.I have a crappy Mic so I don't feel I would give a fair review about the Mic features.The only things I would complain are the single bar LED which is hard to read sometimes and a glitch in the FX; eventually when changing from one effect to another and leaving the Y parameter knob close to max or maxed the effect intensity will not sound maxed when the FX is turned on, this happens 1 out of 10 times. To prevent this just return and set back the y parameter to min or close to min before turning the FX on, however I occasionally forget to do it.Bottom line, just buy this mixer.
If you want high-end performance without the high-end price, then this is your board. This mixer is loaded with everything you need to run your show. Pros: All channels are selectable on any of the 4 input lines (mic 1 and 2 are separate on their own designated channel). Audio output is crystal clear on both R&L XLRs and RCAs. Channel sliders move smooth but are stiff enough to prevent "accidents." Effects are numerous and extremely variable. EQ knobs effect sound properly (ie bass set at -ͩ actually means zero bass from speakers).Cons: Leds are difficult to read (one solid bar) and might cause confusion during first couple uses(once the leds start to flash orange you are at the +4 dec level and pushing distortion).Other: Haven't tested the Q-start.This board is highly impressive and will do anything you ask of it. I prefer it to all Pioneer boards I have used and have converted a few "Pioheads" with it. Now all I have to do is get by DJ buddies to stop asking to borrow it and buy their own.