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DescriptionThe all-in-one DJ station you can carry on your shoulder.
All-in-one mixing station for mobile computer DJs:* 2-deck controller to mix digital audio tracks* 2 stereo outputs to play the mix for the audience and preview next track* 2 stereo inputs to include turntables, MP3 or CD players in your mix* Built for mobile DJing: compact, light, with transport cover & shoulder strap
2-deck controller:Mix 2 music tracks with DJ Console Mk4’s controls:* 2 jog wheels to navigate within tracks* 1 cross fader and 2 volume faders to mix 2 tracks* 2 pitch encoders (knobs) to change the speed of the music* 6 EQ potentiometers
User-friendly features:* The DJ software suggests a cue point in the audio file analysis* Synchronize tracks using pitch encoders and/or sync buttons* Automatic loops on 1, 2, 4 or 8 beats* Add effects to customize your music* Record your mixes as audio files* Customize your console by placing the graphic skin (included) underneath the see-through plate on top of the controller.
Built-in audio* 2 stereo outputs* 2 types of plug per output:* Mix output (channels 1-2)* 2 RCA for hi-fi & mixers* 1 stereo 1/8" jack (3.5mm) for multimedia speakers
Preview output (channels 3-4)* 1/4" jack (6.35mm) for headphones* 2 RCA for speakers
1 microphone input* 1/4" jack plug with volume knob to talk over the music
2 stereo inputs* 2 x 2 RCA inputs, to include external sources in your mix* Inputs compatible with:* phono (turntables)* consumer line (-10dBv) (for MP3 players, etc.)* pro line ( 4dBu) (for studio gear & CD players)* boosted line ( 8dBu) (for Pioneer CDJ players)
Built for mobility* Compact (10.5 x 7.3 x 2.5")* Lightweight (2.56 lb/1.15kg)* Transport cover & shoulder strap included
Included DJ mix softwareVirtualDJ® DJC Edition* For Windows® XP/Vista/7* For Mac OS® 10.5/10.6
SpecificationsControls for DJing:* 2 jog wheels, 3 faders, 11 knobs-36 transport buttons
Audio for DJing:* 4-channel in / 4-channel out* Microphone input for talk-over* Headphone jack for previewing tracks* Phono preamplifiers on the audio inputs
Drivers* ASIO & WDM for Windows®* Core Audio for Mac OS®* MIDI control: Windows & Mac
Box contents* DJ Console Mk4* VirtualDJ® DJC edition* User manual
Minimum configurationPC minimum requirements* Windows® XP/Vista/7 32-bit/64-bit* 1.5GHz CPU or higher* 1GB RAM or more* USB port (USB bus-powered)* Stereo speakers and/or headphones
Mac minimum requirementsMac OS® 10.5/10.6* 1.5GHz CPU or higher* 1GB RAM or more* USB port (USB bus-powered)* Stereo speakers and/or headphones
Technology* Equalization / EQEqualization is the adjustment of sound split up into frequency bands, often in the form of bass, medium and treble frequencies. Equalization consists of increasing or decreasing the volume of a frequency range: for example, increasing bass (frequencies from 20Hz to 150Hz) by 12dB and decreasing treble and mediums by -12dB. Equalization helps to make music more danceable: as bass frequencies provide the main rhythm, increasing the bass can make dancing easier. Equalization can also help to mix 2 pieces of music: by cutting the bass from track A to mix it with track B (where the mediums and treble have been cut), a hybrid of the rhythm of track B is superimposed over the melody of track A. A piece’s tonality is affected by the equalization adjustment.
* MonitoringFor a DJ, monitoring consists of listening to another piece of music other than the one being played for the audience: normally, a DJ listens to the next piece of music to be played.
* Phono inputRecord players have long had an output level much lower than line level (line level is the output level of most sound playback devices: CD player, MP3 player, TV tuner or radio): this output level for record players, referred to as phono level, requires a specific pre-amplification. The most popular vinyl DJing turntables, such as the mythical Technics SL 1200 MK2, still provide a phono level output, even though many vinyl turntables now output a line level audio signal. A phono connector can be recognized not only because it has "Phono" written above it, but also because of the fact that a grounding cable is added to the stereo phono outputs: as phono level is lower than line level, a grounding cable is required to protect it from electrical disturbances. A phono input is sometimes referred to as an RIAA input. The DJ Console MK2 has two stereo phono inputs.