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Numark M6 USB 4-Channel DJ Mixer
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M6 enables you to step up to a four-channel mixer. This club-style design not only works with any standard audio sources including turntables and CD ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Versatile 4-channel mixing with computer integration.
M6 enables you to step up to a four-channel mixer. This club-style design not only works with any standard audio sources including turntables and CD players, but it also has a USB computer connection. When connected to your Mac or PC, the plug-and-play connection empowers you to mix in audio in from music-player software and record your sets into virtually any audio recording application.
You will enjoy a complete range of performance essentials in M6, including three-band EQ and LED metering per channel. M6 has a replaceable crossfader with slope control, and you can assign any channel to either side of the crossfader.
You can talk over the mix with M6's dedicated XLR microphone channel and a secondary mic input on channel four. And for the best possible sound, M6 has balanced outputs.
Get all the flexibility of a four-channel mixer plus the power of computer connection with M6.
- Four input channels, each with gain, three-band EQ, and LED metering
- USB computer connection for playing and recording with Mac or PC
- Play music from music-player software
- Record your mix to your computer
- Multiple phono, line, and mic inputs
- Dedicated XLR mic channel and additional mic input on channel 4
- Replaceable crossfader with slope control
- Assign any channel to either side of the crossfader
- Class Compliant
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M6 USB 4-Channel DJ Mixer
- Weight: 9.6 lbs
Dimensions (WxDxH): 12.625" x 14.25" x 4"
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- Accurate Controls
- Easy To Use
- Excellent Sound
Comments about Numark M6 USB 4-Channel DJ Mixer:
My M6 arrived two days ago, and I must say, I love this mixer. Although never mentioned in the Numark documentation, this model is apparently an updated version with an all-black paint job - most likely a response to complaints about oxidation around the crossfader's silver panel on the old version. Other than that, it appears to be the same as the two-toned model.
After two days of thorough testing, I haven't found much to complain about. I was looking for a solid, no-frills mixer for the mancave studio, and this seems to fit the bill. The first thing is noticed was how noise-free this mixer is. At the price, I expected a little hum or something, but nada. I plugged in the CDJs and powered them up, still zero noise. Just to be sure, I cranked up the amp to 9ish, still quiet.
I was pretty satisfied with the purchase by that point, and began mixing some house tracks, back and forth on channels 3 & 4. No surprises, no complaints. Split cue is available, if you're into that. The are no EQ cut buttons or switches, but the knobs are so effective at killing that there is almost no sound from the headphone when they're at -30. Much better kill than I expected. When the EQs set normally, there is plenty volume from the headphone.
The volume faders are just stiff enough for my liking, the crossfader is a little looser, but there's no slide in it at all - better for mixing than scratching. You can assign any channel to either side of the CF, and adjust its slope with a two position switch, but a turntablist would have to replace it with something looser.
The inputs are fantastic. I've been using a two channel scratchbox for years, so this mixer is like getting out of prison for me. There are four main channels with an additional channel for DJ mic with XLR-type input only.
Chs 1 & 2 are phono/line combos - I would have liked a third phono input, but only two on the M6. Tradeoffs...
Ch 3 is line/USB and Ch 4 is line/mic, with 1/4" jack for the mic. This allows me to plug in a musical instrument and play/record straight through the mixer via USB or analog RCA. Unexpected but fantastic!
The USB port is working perfectly for me as output for a PC. I haven't attempted any recording at this point. I've connected with Window 7 Professional, both 32- and 64-bit versions, no problems. It took about 5 minutes for Windows to find & download the usb codec, so don't sweat it, if it's seems to be taking too long.
All in all, it's exactly want I wanted. The M6 is bare bones. No effects, no sampler, and no dedicated effects send/return lines. Just plenty of inputs, perfect for a DAW or bedroom dancehall. Essentially a digital studio mixer with a crossfader. We'll have to see about it's longevity, but so far so good.
If your looking for a home mixer, and trying to decide between a dinged-up used Pioneer 500 with missing knobs and broken switches, or a new M6 with USB capabilities, don't hesitate to go with the Numark.