Reloop have released a new mixer — the RMX–90 DVS — just in time for NAMM Music Technology Convention in LA this week.
The new mixer is a four-channel club mixer with integrated 8 in/8 out audio interface, with a strong emphasis placed on clear and powerful sound characteristic, that's achieved via the mixer's fully digital sound architecture and high-resolution 24-bit audio interface. Experienced DJs will be mixing in no time thanks to the intuitive club mixer layout, three band EQ (with classic & isolator modes) and filters on each channel.
The RMX–90 DVS unlocks the full version of Serato DJ, including DVS control. Serato’s advanced NoiseMap technology combined with a 24-bit USB interface — this allows for extremely low latency playback and precise record manipulation. Set-up is as easy as plug-n-play and DVS can be used immediately after hook-up. The RMX–90 DVS also comes with 2 Serato NoiseMap control vinyl records to start spinning instantly.
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