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To keep things even more purist, the TRM 202 and TRM 402 rely strictly on the volume knobs, with no TRIM control per channel. This is not uncommon on rotary mixers, most of the time you will not mix with all volume knobs at maximum, as many DJs would do with standard upfaders, the levels will be matched only with the volume knobs, so it will be a good idea to leave some headroom while mixing, especially if you alternate between LINE and PHONO sources.

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Both versions have phono inputs on each channel and one MIC input. Both mixers are 100% analog, and have decent sound quality, although not as crisp as their closest rival, the Ecler WARM2, but still pleasantly warm. The isolator section allows smooth sound coloring options on the master channel, as it can either boost the lower / midrange / high frequencies, or completely eliminate them.

While Ecler has been out of the business for over a decade, they made a comeback at the perfect moment, with the perfect product. With the new WARM2 Rotary mixer, they capitalized on the thing they do best: pristine sound quality. In terms of design, it is very similar to the features of the NUO 2.0:

The sound quality definitely compensates for any issue you would have, Ecler mixers are some of the best sounding mixers in their range, many users claim that they even outmatch Allen&Heath Xone mixers.

The isolator is an absolute pleasure to use, and it fits very handy between the EQ and Volume knobs, we found it more comfortable to use it this way, rather than on top of the mixer. It can definitely expand your performance possibilities by boosting or removing frequencies, creating drama in an acapella track, accentuating musical riffs or creating a tremolo effect by rapidly twisting the knobs.

The filter works in a similar way as on the more basic Allen&Heath Xone mixers. You have one single filter which you can route to any of the channels. This means that you cannot use different types of filters on separate channels (i.e. a low pass on CH1 and a high pass on CH2). We loved that it has resonance and sweep controls, and in combination with the Isolator, you can create some very cool sounds. On top of that you can hook up your favorite external FX unit via the Send/Return or Master Insert, so you have endless options for getting creative with mixes and creating tension.

The Hi-Level Production mixers are labeled as: analog audiophile reference audio mixers. The RPM6000 embraces a clear and ergonomic user interface, and it is mainly aimed for installations, such as broadcasting stations, recording studios, or any other environment where there is no need for any specific mixer, but owners want a reliable and fantastic sounding mixer to hook up to the PA system. It is most likely not an option for festivals or clubs where DJs come with certain requirements for the booth.

The 6 channels make it easy to hook up anything, you have MIC inputs and LINE inputs on each channel, but for turntables you will need a RIIA phono card. Everything else is spot on, like the 3 Band EQ, GAIN control, andthe smooth rotary knobs for volume control. You also get two USB inputs on 2 channels, for connecting digital players.

We recommend this mixer mostly for fixed installations, where you need a stable, reliable mixer, one that is easy to use for anyone, and with absolutely no compromise on sound quality.

SuperStereo mixers are built in the UK by Formula Sound, and they are most well known for their collaboration with Funktion One. With the SuperStereo label, they introduced a new series of high class rotary mixers, which not only deliver exceptional clarity in terms of sound, but also an attractive vintage design, with analogue VU meters, best in class ALPS potentiometers, and a cool rotary crossfader.

The mixer features a valve stage - it uses vacuum tubes to increase the amplitude and power of a signal giving extra warmth and depth to the sound. The 2 stage RIAA PHONO pre-amp ensures faithful full-range reproduction of vinyl playback.

The analog stereo VU meters offer a more precise reading of signal level compared to LED meters and they also look very stylish. It is also equipped with a very powerful Isolator with +8db of boost and total cut for 3 carefully selected frequency ranges. It has 3 band EQ on both channels, and it comes with FX Send/Return, although just like the GAIN knobs, they are a bit awkwardly placed for this on the front panel. This can also be a problem if you want to embed the mixer into a table, which is quite frequently done with rotary mixers.

In terms of price and quality it is definitely in a higher league than the Omnitronic mixers, but it does come with a caveat. If you invest in such a mixer, it will only pay off in terms of sound quality if the entire signal chain (from your media to your speakers) is absolute high quality. Think of it like putting poor, low quality tyres on a Ferrari; it will still roll, but it will never perform as it was designed to.

A portable rotary mixer born in France almost two decades ago, at a time when the technology had fallen out of favour, the E&S DJR400 is the hi-fi jewel that inspired a new generation of rotary mixers, from MasterSounds and Condesa to Meza Studios compact new designs.

It was in the early 2000s, when French legend DJ Deep came to him with his Urei 1260, that Jerôme started designing a prototype for the current DJ400. It was Kerri Chandler who introduced Jerôme to the idea of a light portable mixer, and Joe Claussell who asked for isolators. The mixer was born.

And even though the brand is well-known around the world, with orders coming in from Japan to the USA, E&S remains a small company, producing no more than 100 custom-made mixers a year, with each one soldered, assembled, tested and packaged in this small corridor workshop by Jerôme and Dominique themselves.

As Mixmag points out, the all-in-one DJ unit features two classic Garrard 301 oil bearing decks, a rotary control mixer, a Quad 303 with Quad 33 pre-amp, and Wharfedale Airedale speakers. Have a visual inspection in the gallery below.

Although a rotary mixer is often seen as a vintage piece of audio equipment, they remain commonplace in many DJ set-ups and also for mixing live bands. A rotary mixer is so called because all - or, at least, many - of its controls are managed via rotary knobs rather than fader controls. There are plenty of rotary mixers to choose from on eBay, which sound great and offer plenty of features, no matter what sort of music you are into.

All rotary mixer units offer multiple inputs. The simplest, 2-channel rotary mixer consoles allow you to control the mix of a pair of inputs and this is often all that you would need to mix between 2 DJ decks. Larger units will have 4, 8, 16, or even more inputs which allow them to be used in professional audio settings, such as for mixing large groups of musicians. Other features you might find include:

Yes, you should be able to use a crossfader with a rotary audio mixer and some of these units have them included, albeit in the form of a rotary knob. Some, such as those in the Rane rotary mixer range, use a conventional left to right crossfader arrangement that most DJs will already be familiar with.

Many rotary mixer consoles are supplied with an array of LEDs, which offers users a visual indication of their input and output levels. Although not all mixers have this feature, it can be helpful if you need to attenuate the input of an audio source to avoid it from clipping. Likewise, being able to see when your rotary mixer is producing too much distortion from its output is also beneficial for anyone wanting to prevent distortion.

Although some digital mixer makers like to replicate the vintage feel of a rotary mixer, the real thing is an analogue piece of audio equipment, which relies on variable resistor technology to alter sound levels. Analogue rotary mixers can be bought as desk-standing consoles or as rack-mounted units. 041b061a72


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