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Stanton M.207 2-Channel DJ Mixer
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The Stanton M.207 is a 2-channel scratch mixer perfect for club and scratch DJs. Made of heavy gauge stamped steel with a sleek black and silver colo...Click To Read More About This Product
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A professional 2-channel DJ mixer ergonomically designed for live performance.
The Stanton M.207 is a 2-channel scratch mixer perfect for club and scratch DJs. Made of heavy gauge stamped steel with a sleek black and silver color scheme, the M.207 DJ mixer has the look and feel of high-quality and high-reliability.
The Stanton M.207 is not only a reliable audio mixer, it is also innovative. The M.207 includes a unique user interface for controlling effects”the FXGlide. The FXGlide is a continuous strip touch controller, that uses the same innovative touch-slider technology found in Stanton's DaScratch MIDI Controller. In addition to providing real-time performance capabilities, the FX control can also be automated in real-time. Use FXGlide to create a custom modulation of the FX parameter, and then have that play back instead of the normal sweeping FX.
A new class of frequency dependent effects are also available on the Stanton M.207 mixer. With this feature, effects can be applied to any of three specific frequency bands, without affecting the other frequencies. The M.207 DJ mixer also has an integrated phrase and loop sampler, making the M.207 more than just a durable, high-quality mixer. The Stanton M.207 Mixer's layout was created by professional DJs.
Rugged steel design
Striking Black/gray color scheme with blue LED lighted accents
Ergonomic control layout facilitates tweaking and performance
Built-in phrase/loop sampler with up to 5 different loops/samples
Integrated digital effects, including delay, flange, reverb, phasing and filters
Unique FXGlide control for real-time control or effects
New frequency-dependent effects create entirely new sounds unique to the M.207
Built in sequencer so FXGlide moves can be automated and recalled.
2 phono/line inputs with fader start
Mic and AUX inputs
Professional ¼" balanced outputs and RCA main/record outputs
Adjustable fader curves and fader reverse
Powerful headphone amplifier
45 mm crossfader- long-life Alpha fader. The crossfader is user replaceable.
2 10-segment LED ladder meters
Reverse indicator LEDs: The LEDs indicate the status of the fader and crossfader
reverse functions. The respective LED lights up when a fader is reversed A professional 2-channel mixer designed for live performance.
THD + N: (Line): 0.015% at 1 kHz
Signal To Noise Ratio: >100db
Noise Floor (Line in to any output): -86 dBV
Maximum Output Level (Unity gain”Line Input): +14 dBV
Crosstalk (Line to Line, Phono to line, Line to Phono): >: -90 dB @ ikHz
Fader Kill: -85 dB
Phono/Line Inputs: x4 (RCA), -50 dBV/47 k Ohm, -110 dBV/10 k Ohm
Mic Input: 1 (¼" TRS), -50dBV/4.7 k Ohm
Master Outputs: x2 ¼ TRS /, 1 x 2(RCA) unbalanced, +4 dBu balanced/+10 dBV unbalanced
Record Output: 1 x 2 (RCA) unbalanced/-10 dBV
Headphone Output: x1 (¼" TRS), greater than 32 Ohm load
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Comments about Stanton M.207 2-Channel DJ Mixer:
Bought this mixer about 5-6 months ago and I love it. It has everything you need and more. It doesn't have a ton of effects, but the ones it does have are the USEFUL ones. All around this mixer is very SOLID! I would also like to point out I have been scratching on this mixer daily and still no cross fader bleed. Great sound, great quality, GREAT PRICE!!!
Comments about Stanton M.207 2-Channel DJ Mixer:
I recently brought this about a week ago and over all it's a good mixer but, I will have to rate it a 5/10. Now before buying it, I've been doing a lot of research on different mixers that's on the market and finally I came to the conclusion that this would be the best option me for and also for the price I couldn't go wrong. My first gripe about this mixer is the Echo EFX and BPM timing is OFF! On auto BPM mode if I have a song at 100 BPM the counter will read from 66 to 130 through out most of the song throwing everything off. When I switch to manual mode and tap the BPM button with the very same song to sync the tempo, it will jump from 81 to 179 BPM (no where near the actual range) "to me the BPM button is just for show". My second issue with this mixer is the touch/glider controls. It works OK but MOST of the time I have to constantly tap it to bring it to the proper adjustments. Now not to BASH Stanton and their efforts on making the M.207, but is this one of those things where you get what you pay for? Or is it you can only expect but so much? Or maybe it's none of the above and this particular mixer that I have has a defect to it? If so I will be returning it ASAP. I'm primarily a Hop-Hop/Scratch DJ so all the other features and controls on this mixer are great, but as far as the EFX goes I would have to say POOR.