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Mackie d.2 2-Channel DJ Mixer
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The first DJ mixer tough enough to be a Mackie.
The Mackie d.2 professional DJ mixer features superior sound and construction, with dozens of components built from scratch and designed by Mackie's legendary analog engineering team. Plus it's the first DJ mixer to offer a FireWire option card so you can mix music files directly from your PC or Mac or record directly to your computer. The d.2's features include an Infinium optical no-contact crossfader with adjustable tension, Mackie-designed mic and turntable preamps for incredibly low noise and massive punch, and backlit knobs for use in low-light settings. The d.2 also features a clean, intuitive layout; premium analog VCA circuitry; and ultrahigh-performance components. These components include smooth analog EQ with full kill capabilities, 3-position spring-loaded transform switches, and a solid 14-gauge all-steel chassis.
The Infinium crossfader
The revolutionary Infinium optical crossfader delivers precise, ultrasmooth response for years . . . no matter how much you scratch. And without the risk of dust and grime deteriorating its audio performance, this crossfader will sound as good in 10 years as the day you bought your mixer. An adjustable tension control can be set using a small screwdriver, so you can customize the fader feel to be as loose or tight as you desire.
A high-headroom, analog VCA design
The d.2 uses an all-analog Voltage-Controlled Amplifier (VCA) design with ultrahigh-performance components, tuned to provide the maximum headroom and lowest noise of any mixer in its class. Thanks to its VCA design, the d.2 is immune to the deterioration in sound quality plaguing traditional DJ mixers. Dust particles and the general crud of life will wreck old-school faders--but VCA faders power right through these obstacles night after night, year after year, to deliver rock-solid performance with zero audio degradation. VCAs also let you fine-tune the curves of all 3 faders to perfectly suit your style, and even reverse them via conveniently positioned controls.
FireWire computer connection
The d.2 is the world's first mixer with an optional FireWire I/O card for recording and playback of 24-bit audio directly to your computer. With the FireWire card installed, you can connect the d.2 mixer to any Mac or PC (Mac OSX 10.3.5 and higher, Windows XP) to directly play back music from almost any music software application--including Traktor, Serato, Live, iTunes, and Windows Media Player. You just set the input select switch at the top of either or both channels to FireWire and mix 2 stereo tracks directly from your computer.
The FireWire card also lets you simultaneously record your DJ sets to your computer with no additional hardware required. This is perfect for making mix CDs, recording podcasts, and literally dozens of other applications. It's the next step in the evolution of the DJ mixer, and you can only get it with the d.2.
Thoughtful performance features
In addition to its ultra-robust construction and comfortable layout, the d.2's control surface offers several cool performance features. Rotatable spring-loaded 3-position (on/off/momentary) switches provide a whole new world of transformer effects. A reverse switch and variable contour control for each fader let you dial in the feel that's just right. And the channel EQ gives you up to 10dB of boost or complete kill of each frequency range--complete with backlit blue knobs so you can see your EQ settings, even in low-light clubs and DJ booths.
Professional audio and power connections
A genuine Mackie mic preamp provides up to 50dB of gain with +48V phantom power, so you can connect both dynamic mics and studio condenser mics. Balanced XLR main outputs with a mic/line level switch assure a great-sounding connection to any PA system. RCA outputs include a live/record switch so that volume adjustments to the main output won't wreck your recording levels. The built-in stereo effects loop offers dual 1/4" inputs and outputs with dedicated master send and return level knobs. And separate 1/4" booth outputs include a dedicated volume control and stereo/mono switch for tailoring to your exact monitor setup.
Finally, thanks to its Planet Earth switching power supply, the d.2 can accompany you wherever your gig takes you (100-240 VAC/50-60Hz). Just plug in and start spinnin' wherever you are, worldwide.
- Premium 2-channel DJ mixer with analog VCA circuitry
- FireWire option card
- 45mm no-contact Infinium optical crossfader
- Mackie-designed mic and turntable preamps
- 2 stereo program channels with CD, phono/line, and FireWire input select
- 3-band EQ per channel with complete kill filters and blue backlit knobs
- User-rotatable 3-position spring-loaded transform switches with latching mode
- Flexible effects routing with variable effects send control
- Neutrik combo jack for XLR and 1/4" microphone connections
- Planet Earth power supply
- XLR main outs with mic/line switch
- Crossfader features resistance and curve controls and reverse switch
- 1/4" booth outputs with stereo/mono switch and volume control
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Mackie did a wonderful job making this mixer. It's very solid (rock solid). Excellent sound quality. I've started using this mixer a week ago and I can hear the difference from my old mixer. The crossfader is a dream come true. I'm actually thinking of buying a second one for my studio.
I bought this mixer about a month ago and I'm lovin it. The crossfader is awesome and smooth. The sound quality is superb. and the lights are what caught my eye. I like its overall design and I couldnt be happier with it. Really good for the price.
This is a pretty good mixer. I did a lot of research before choosing this one. It looks cool and functions well. The only problem I had with it is the fader sometimes "grips" and you can feel a little friction, but that's more of a technique thing and the grip isn't enough to mess you up. I have this mixer with a pair of Numark TTX's and Qbert Ortofon needles. Everything works great. The mixer and the TTX's look like they were made for eachother. It's uncanny. Overall, this is a great mixer.