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Numark PPD9000 4-Channel Digital Rackmount DJ Mixer
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Features lots of I/O options with digital and analog I/O and a S/PDIF interface to connect with cutting-edge digital gear. Warm up chilly digital mix...Click To Read More About This Product
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A versatile and crucial part of your next DJ rig.
Features lots of I/O options with digital and analog I/O and a S/PDIF interface to connect with cutting-edge digital gear. Warm up chilly digital mixes with a Vintage/Contemporary style input limiter that combines look-ahead peak limiting and vintage tube warmth on master. Alesis Sub-Bass synthesis and subwoofer out. A dual EQ/filter mode on each channel, EQ on mic inputs, and talkover on DJ mic. Fully interchangeable and replaceable digital faders with slope control. Headphone cue assignable to booth output. Intuitive monitor send/return, programmable fader start. Includes: 4 phono and 8 line inputs; 4 S/PDIF digital stereo inputs (RCA); 2 mic preamp ins; (1/4"-XLR Neutrik combo jack); master out (XLR balanced, RCA unbalanced) with rear-mounted analog master gain reduction; record out (RCA analog, S/PDIF digital); booth out (1/4" unbalanced); zone out (1/4" unbalanced); subwoofer out (mono, 1/4" unbalanced) with adjustable LP filter; and send/return (stereo, 1/4" unbalanced).
24-bit, 48kHz A/D/A converters; 24-bit, digital signal processing; dual mode digital filter; digital faders/pots; programmable 3-band EQ; low pass/band pass/high pass with sweepable frequency and resonance (Q).
- Digital and analog I/O, S/PDIF digital will interface with Numark's TTX turntable and other digital gear.
- Vintage/Contemporary style input limiter combines look-ahead peak limiting and vintage tube warmth on master
- Alesis Sub-Bass synthesis and subwoofer out
- Dual EQ/filter mode on each channel, EQ on mic inputs, talkover on DJ mic
- Fully interchangeable and replaceable digital faders with slope control
- Headphone cue assignable to booth output
- Intuitive monitor send/return, programmable fader start
- 4 phono / 8 line / 4 S/PDIF digital stereo inputs (RCA)
- 2x mic preamp (1/4"-XLR Neutrik combo jack)
- Master out (XLR balanced, RCA unbalanced) with rear-mounted analog master gain reduction
- Record out (RCA analog, S/PDIF digital)
- Booth out (1/4" unbalanced)
- Zone out (1/4" unbalanced)
- Subwoofer out (mono, 1/4" unbalanced) with adjustable LP filter
- Send/return (stereo, 1/4" unbalanced)
- FIDELITY SPECIFICATIONS:
- >100dB SNR (weighted), full path
- Frequency response: 10Hz-20kHz +/-0.5dB
- <0.005% THD (Total Harmonic Distortion)
- Premium quality, low noise op-amps
- DIGITAL SPECIFICATIONS:
- 24-bit, 48kHz AD/DA Converters
- 24-bit, Digital Signal Processing
- Dual Mode Digital Filter, Digital Faders/Pots
- Programmable 3-band EQ
- Low Pass/Band Pass/High Pass with sweepable frequency and resonance (Q)
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Comments about Numark PPD9000 4-Channel Digital Rackmount DJ Mixer:
i got this mixer and I was hoping to hook my TTX1 using digital straight through to My pro grade MOTU. I thought i would start the digital chain right at the TTX1. I was really wrong. When connecting this unit to my Motu. I had horrible snaps,pops,clicks. with half the volume. Usually a sign of porr digital timing. By process of elimination i hooked my TTX1 directly up to my motu to make sure i had the right settings. IT sounded fine. I also hooked my CDJ100 to the motu with no problem. So i was thinking that it was out of sync to due to the slight delay from the first of the chain to the motu so i hooked my TTX1 to the PPD9000 with the analog out and then hooked the SPDIF to my motu. The magical pops,clicks and snapping returned. Well to clarify more, These weren't small subtle vinyl pops ,and snaps. these were meter clipping noises that pinned my meters in the red. This would ruin a recording if i tried. I went through every setting on it and compared sample rates specs and every thing to see if it was some mistake i was making. I didn't have any problem with anyother piece of equipment so i thought i had a faulty unit. i got the dealer to send me back another one and that did the same thing. I could hook it up with theanalog out but what's the point of a completely digital mixer if you have to hook it up analog. When you want to switch over to digital you only want to do it once. Well as it seemed i had much correspodence with the a numark technician who said they couldn't replicate the problems i had and as much as he said they have been known to go out and buy equipment (like the MOTU)and test it he never did. I think this is really said because it would be a another acheivment by numark but instead they decided not to go all the way and miss the mark because of their attitude. The technician said a it was a difference in bit depth, Which i thought he was incorrect because the motu takes all types of bit depths.