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This mixer is huge and features the highest spec on the market of digital mixers. It has connections for new Pioneer products including a digital link to the EFX-1000 FX.

Digital DJs never had it so good with this Midi machine. It's based around the Xone:92 but with two massive Midi control areas and a built-in sound card.

A revolutionary mixer with harmonic mixing, filters on every channel plus a good effects section. Every control sends Midi and its digital architectures sounds great.

A three-channel mixer with great effects that can add some controlled flare to your mix. The sound quality is pretty good for the price and it features digital faders.

A good starting point for effects on a budget. Plenty of connections, decent sound quality and some interesting effects.

A great budget club mixer with surprisingly good build quality. The effects synchronise well and there are plenty of channels and connections.

Sound like Daft Punk with the 32's cool filters, and at a decent price. Has nice spacious layout, great sound and level meters on each channel. But suffers from weird gain location.

Advanced controls make this mixer a great option for many different DJs. Send and return channels, advanced fader control, reliable build and good sound quality.

The first mixer to feature scratching and reverse effects, with loads of channels, whacky effects and tons of connections. This mixer provides almost every feature.

High quality digital sound and EQ, innovative BPM effects and sampler section. Only two channels and no connections for club systems.

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