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For DJ's on the move that need solid, dependable, 2-channel performance.
Whether you're working with analog or digital equipment, the M101USB fits the bill perfectly as a highly adaptable two-channel mixer for virtually any DJ. The M101USB lets you get up-and-running quickly whether you're using a computer, turntables, or CDs. It is right at home at weddings, parties, clubs, and everything in-between.
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Beginners and seasoned DJs alike who want a durable USB-equipped two-channel solution will find the M101USB a perfect fit. It builds on the two-channel M101 mixer with the addition of an easy-to-use USB audio interface for DJs who want the option of working with their computer as well as traditional analog I/O.
Beyond simply mixing, the M101USB has a built-in EQ so that you can fine-tune your mix depending on the room or the tracks themselves. Two pairs of switchable Phono/Line inputs are included along with a crossfader, 1/4" mic input and stereo RCA line output for connection to an amplifier, powered speakers, or another mixer. The M101USB can be rackmounted and features Numark's legendary industrial-grade durability.
Connecting a M101USB to your computer is a snap using a single USB cable. Once connected you can use your computer as an audio source or record your sets straight to your computer's hard drive. If you're a computer.
Analog or Digital, this simple, affordable mixer can handle them both. Order today!
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Comments about Numark M101USB 2-Channel DJ Mixer with USB:
So I got this mixer as part of my budget DJ set and.......its not bad, but its not excellent, its good enough basically. So far, I've had no issues with it.
It sucks that it doesn't have a Mid EQ control, only Bass and Treble, but like I said, good enough. I like the fact that it doesn't come with effects. Its targeted to beginner DJs and beginner DJs have a tendency to abuse effects soooo much. This'll teach em to get used to the basic first, THEN possibly add effects to your mix.
It comes with a USB to record your mixes so thats good. Just download Audacity (Freeware) and in the settings, change the input to the USB Codecc. Just remember to turn the input volume all the way down to .1. I dunno why but I just tried recording for the first time and it amps and distorts the sound so much. Its still a bit distorted on 0.1 input volume, but this could possibly be cause its USB. I dunno for sure.
Other than that, I'd only recommend this to the very, very beginner DJs on a tight budget or...possibly a backup mixer. No, a backup for the backup's backup mixer. Yeah, that makes sense.