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Rane MP 2016S 6-Channel Rotary Mixer
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The Rane MP 2016a is a rotary-controlled audio DJ mixer with 6 input channels. It also has booth and house outputs, pre-effects tape outputs, post-ef...Click To Read More About This Product
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Accommodates the diverse needs of all DJ mixing styles.
The Rane MP 2016a is a rotary-controlled audio DJ mixer with 6 input channels. It also has booth and house outputs, pre-effects tape outputs, post-effects tape outputs with level control, switchable effects loop, and headphone cueing. The Rane mixer's input channels 1 through 4 feature high quality RIAA phono preamplifiers which may be switched to line input via rear panel switches. Input channels 5 and 6 each provide a balanced mic preamp with input gain trim, mic/line switch, two-band EQ, mic engage switch and an internal booth ducking enable jumper. In addition to the six dedicated preamplifiers, all 6 input channels on the Rane MP 2016a rack mixer may select any of the five stereo auxiliary inputs.
Each input channel on the Rane DJ mixer provides a 6-position source selector, input gain control for matching levels, signal/overload indicators and a studio-grade master mix control.
The booth output may select master or cue as its source. An ultra-low noise, high power headphone amplifier also allows monitoring the master mix or cue mix.
Rane's MP 2016a improves on the original MP 2016 by adding split cue. Individual cue switches on each channel drive a panning master/cue control for the headphone output.
The master mix circuit provides signal/overload indicators, mono switch and high-pass/rumble filters. In addition, the master output features patent-pending, high-performance 3-band, full-cut, accelerated-slope tone controls.
The MP 2016a provides exceptional ergonomics, good feel and a clean, intuitive layout packaged in a compact 19", 3U rackmount chassis, a scant 5" deep.
So you say,"Great, but to accommodate the diverse needs of all DJ mixing styles, I need dedicated high performance three-band, full-cut, Accelerated-Slope tone controls for each of the six Input Channels, high-performance Active-Crossfader with full range contour control, A-Post-B crossfader assign switches and a stereo, 10-segment, peak dBu Master/Cue meter with peak hold; all without effecting the ergonomics of my classic rotary mixer."
Rane has you covered! With the flip of a switch on the MP 2016a front panel, you can engage the DJ mixer's optional XP 2016a External Processor and acquire all of these features.
- Split cueing
- Six stereo Input channels
- 4 dedicated stereo Phono/Line preamps
- 2 dedicated Mic/Line preamps with:
- Gain trims
- 2-band tone controls
- Engage switches
- Booth ducking
- Five stereo auxiliary inputs
- Input gain controls for level matching
- Switchable effects loop
- Booth output with Master/cue source switch
- Separate pre- and post-effects tape outputs
- Master accelerated-slope, full-cut, 3-band tone controls
- Audiophile/studio sound quality
- Highest quality Alps potentiometers
- High power headphone amplifier
MP 2016S 6-Channel Rotary Mixer
- Gain 0 1 dB 1 kHz, tone flat
Input Impedance 20k 1% _ 1 kHz
Max Input Level +20 min dBu Max before input stage overload @ 1 kHz
Output Impedance 100 1% _ @ 1 kHz
Max Output Levels +20 min dBu @ 1 kHz
THD+N: Post Crossfader .01 typ % 20 to 20 kHz, 80 kHz BW
Crossfader .1 typ % 20 to 20 kHz, 80 kHz BW
Noise -82 1 dBu Tones set flat
Meters: Type Peak dBu Follows MP 2016a Headphone source
Crossfader: Type Active with Contour control
Crosstalk -70 max dBu Channel to channel, 1 kHz
Control Feed-through -80 max dB 1 kHz
Tone Controls: Treble 4k, Shelving 5% Hz 2nd-order, range +6 dB to full kill
Mid 300 to 4k, Band-pass 5% Hz 2nd-order, range +6 dB to full kill
Bass 300, Shelving 5% Hz 2nd-order, range +6 dB to full kill
Note: 0 dBu=0.775 Vrms
Agency, Power and Shipping Specifications
Parameter Specification Limit Units Conditions/Comments
Unit: Agency Listing
120 VAC model Class 2 Equipment National Electrical Code
UL, CSA Exempt, Class 2
230 VAC model VDE, SELV Safety extra low voltage
CE (EMC) EMC directive 89/336/EEC
CE (safety) Exempt Article 1 of LVD 73/23/EEC
Power Supply: Agency Listing Class 2 equipment
120 VAC model UL listed File no. E88261
CSA Certified File no. LR58948
230 VAC model CE (EMC) Meets EMC directive 89/336/EEC
CE (safety) LV directive 73/23/EEC
Power Supply Requirement 18 VAC w/ center tap RS 1
Maximum Current 750 mA RMS current from remote supply
Unit Construction All Steel
Size 5.25"H x 19"W x 5.3"D (3U) (13.3 cm x 48.3 cm x 13.5 cm)
Weight 11 lb. (5.0 kg) Each Unit
Shipping: Size 11" x 23" x 16" (27.9 cm x 58.4 cm x 40.6 cm)
Weight 18 lb. (8.1 kg) Each Unit
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Comments about Rane MP 2016S 6-Channel Rotary Mixer:
If you experienced the sound system at the Paradise Garage, love reggae dancehall, Soca, or Deep and Soulful house music, this is a choice mixer. Although it's not the original Bozak, Urei 1620, or you may not want to spend for an Allen and Heath Xone V6, the analog sound quality from this mixer is wicked. When I spin Garage classics and other records, you can hear each instrument and the vocals, crystal clear!
It's unreal how you can manipulate the crowd and the sound of the music using the low, mid, and high, full kill EQ's. It's basically a mini Isolator! With 6 input channels you don't have to waste time flipping switches back and forth, in the middle of a mix, going from turntable to CD player. I love the smoothness of the Alps pots when mixing. If you didn't get a Urei back in the day, get this now.
Comments about Rane MP 2016S 6-Channel Rotary Mixer:
This is the purists mixer. If your sounds quality standards haven't been ruined by terrible MP3 sound, and you're old enough to have heard and appreciated ANALOG electronic dance music, then look no further. For playing vinyl, no DJ mixer will beat this (short of the $6k Allen and Heath V6). Also, if you play a lot of WAV CDR's (or if you're a looser, MP3s) via CDJs, this is still the real deal. Mixing with rotary knobs takes things up to the next level.