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Stanton SMX-401 3-Channel 10" Dance Mixer
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Whether mixing house, techno, or trance from vinyl or CDs, the SMX-401 has got all the bases covered with 3 phono inputs, 6 line inputs, and 2 mic in...Click To Read More About This Product
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Whether mixing house, techno, or trance from vinyl or CDs, the SMX-401 has got all the bases covered with 3 phono inputs, 6 line inputs, and 2 mic inputs sporting independent EQ. Each channel features gain control, bright input LED meters, a 3-band EQ, full kill capability, and pan knobs. A full-featured cue section includes PFL, cue pan, and dual headphone outputs for tag-team mixing.
Professional DJs will immediately appreciate the SMX-401's 3-band kill switches for channels 1 and 3, conveniently located right next to the genuine Penny & Giles crossfader. For creative mixing, the SMX-401 also offers an effects loop with 1/4" send and return jacks.
- 3 phono, 6 line, and 2 mic inputs
- Gain, 3 band EQ with full kill and pan on each channel
- Penny and Giles crossfader
- Mic channel features 3 band EQ
- Kill switches for channels 1 and 3 located near the crossfader
- Effects loop with 1/4" send and return
- Cue section features PFL and cue pan
- 2 headphone outputs
- Balanced master output (1/4")
- Booth output
- Input LED on each channel
- User replaceable faders
- SST - Superior Sound Technology
- Ultra low noise circuitry
- No bleed through
- Low distortion
- Frequency Response (Line) 20 Hz to 20 kHz +/-1.3 dB
- THD+N < 0.015 % at 1 kHz
Signal to Noise Ratio (ref: max level) Better than 110 dB (main signal path)
- Noise < -92 dBV (Line input to any output)
Channel EQ Hi +9, -45 dB, Kill: -45 dB
- Mid +9, -35 dB, Kill: -35 dB
- Low +9, -55 dB, Kill: -55 dB
- (Line to Line/ Phono to Line/Line to Phono) < -90 dB at 1 kHz
Channel and Cross Fader Kill < -90 dB
- Line Inputs: 2 (RCA) x 3 channels, -10 dBV /10 kOhm (input sensitivity)
- Phono Inputs 2 (RCA) x 3 channels, -50 dBV / 47 kOhm (input sensitivity)
- Mic Inputs 1(1/4")/ 1 XLR -50 dBV /4.7 kOhm (input sensitivity)
- Return Inputs 2 (1/4"), -10 dBV / 10 kOhm (nominal)
- Send Outputs 2 (1/4"), -10 dBV (nominal)
- Master Outputs 2 (1/4") Balanced/ (RCA) unbalanced,
- -2 dBu balanced / -10 dBV unbalanced (nominal)
- Record Outputs 2 (RCA), -10 dBV / < 100 Ohms (nominal)
Booth Outputs 2 (1/4 inch) Balanced -2 dBu / < 100 Ohms (nominal)
2 (RCA), -10 dBV / < 100 Ohms (nominal)
Headphone Output 1 (1/4 inch), 1 (1/8 inch)greater than 32 Ohm load
- Dimensions (LxWxD) 15.3 in x 10.2 in x 4.3 in (39 cm x 26 cm x 11 cm)
- Weight 7.7 lbs (3.5 kg )
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The crossfader lowers the volume of both channels when positioned in the center, where both channels should be at full volume.
This is a top quality mixer, no doubt about it. The line switches are in a bad postition and are no good for use with scratching but this isn't a scratch mixer, it's a club music mixer and it's nearly perfect!But there is one big problem. If you move the crossfader from left of right into the middle then it's like turning the volume down, and so if you slam the fader from the middle to the left or right channel it's like wacking the volume up - for me that totally lets this mixer down, i thought i'd got myself my bext mixer yet at first, now i'm just totally gutted and disappointed, I feel like i've wasted my money.
This mixer is a gem to mix on, it has all the features of the mighty Vestax PCV275 which is a monster of a mixer, but the SMX offers you more and is cheaper.
Simple and affordable. For this price range, the quality and the features are perfect.