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Maximum flexibility squeezed into a tight, compact mixer.
M1USB is a compact, two-channel scratch mixer with USB audio I/O. It is perfect for any DJ who needs to mix different sources, integrate computer audio, and record sets straight to computer, all in a small amount of space.
You can plug in turntables, CD players, and any other line-level music source, as well as a microphone. Numark M1USB's easy, on-the-fly connection to laptops enables you to take advantage of audio input and output for recording to your Mac or PC and mixing in MP3s and other audio files.
The M1USB scratch mixer has two USB ports, each assignable as an input or output. As inputs, incoming audio can be mixed like any other input. As outputs, you can send your mix out to a connected computer for recording. Because it employs plug-and-play USB, M1USB mixer connects to almost any Mac or PC with no drivers needed, and works with nearly all audio playback and recording software.
You can set the level of each channel of M1USB with trim and line faders, and then tailor the high and low frequencies with the rotary EQs on each channel. Preview using the cue mini-crossfader and headphone output, and then mix with the replaceable crossfader.
Pick up this simple, easy-to-use 2-channel scratch mixer for less than $100. Order now!
M1USB DJ Mixer with USB
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Comments about Numark M1USB DJ Mixer with USB:
Got this mixer with my first DJ setup, that is a TTXUSB, NDX800 and this. I've trained for hundreds perhaps thousands of hours on this thing and there is good and bad. As far as features, I wish there was a mid EQ band, I wish the EQ came anywhere near "killing" specified bands, etc...I've gotten used to it but its a bit of a bummer not having LED's for the channels/main out. I just tried my buddy's M3 and they really do help. Anyway my main gripe is that I've gone through 2 x-faders so far (in a little over 2 months), as they would start bleeding when fully closed either way...crazy! And very annoying. Also my left switch has no "snap" left to it, it kind of just passively gets blown about by gusts of air (j/k) at this point. No big deal, cuz its seriously the best sound card I've ever used, no lie. Plugged into a mac I use it to pipe audio to/fro my MPC like crazy in the studio. So it was worth it.