[NEU] Reloop Terminal Mix 8


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Reloop stellt passend zur NAMM vor:

Terminal Mix 8

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Features:
  • 4-deck SERATO DJ performance PAD controller
  • Seamless hardware integration for the newest flagship DJ software SERATO DJ (full version included)
  • Easy plug 'n' play: Simply connect to your computer and start mixing MP3s
  • Sturdy construction with high-quality elements in club size & quality
  • Ergonomic and intuitive mixer/player design for optimal work flow
  • Performance PAD section: 16x velocity-sensitive RGB drum pads for triggering HOT CUEs, loops, samples & slicer
  • Colour-coded trigger pads give visual feedback about status and selection
  • DUAL mode: Two performance modes can be combined
  • SLICER performance modes for cutting and mashing up your tracks
  • Up to eight HOT CUES/LOOPS can be triggered on each deck
  • Mighty SP-6 sample bank control with dedicated volume and output selection (with sync)
  • Dedicated LOOP encoder for quick auto-loops and LOOP ROLL effects
  • SLIP mode for creative live remixing (with visual feedback control)
  • Dedicated sound filter on each channel
  • Fader-start feature: Easy CUE control with the channel fader
  • Quick-skip: Fast search within a track
  • Slim-profile XXL jog wheels with vinly grip surface and superior scratching experience
  • Control many, stunning DJ effects (FX engine by iZotope) with 2 FX units
  • Punchy, integrated USB audio club interface with multiple connections for a flexible DJ setup
  • Level meter for channel input and master output (selectable on the rear panel)
  • Crossfader curve & assignment on the front panel
  • 100 mm pitch fader (14-bit) with range and keylock feature
  • Mouse-less playlist navigation
  • Power house interface: Connect your PA with balanced 6.3 mm jack outputs or unbalanced stereo RCA outputs
  • Stereo input (with phono pre-amp) for connecting a playback device (e.g. MP3 player, iPhone, CD player or turntable) with flexible input routing on the rear panel
  • Stereo RCA booth outputs for additional DJ monitors
  • 2x headphones connections on the front panel: 3.5 mm & 6.3 mm stereo jack incl. EQ control
  • 6.3 mm jack mic input with volume control and EQ control on the front panel
  • SHIFT buttons for second layer control
  • Anti-theft: Kensington lock slot
  • ASIO drivers (CORE compliant) with minimal latency and highest audio characteristics (PC/Mac)
  • MIDI-ready: Compatible with every DJ software such as Traktor PRO 2 etc.

Technische Daten
Connections:

  • Input: 1x line/phono combined (unbalanced stereo RCA), 1x mic (6.3 mm jack)
  • Output: 2x master out (1 x stereo RCA, 1x 6.3 mm jack), 1x booth out (stereo RCA), 2x headphones monitor out (3.5 mm & 6.3 mm jack), USB type B

System requirements Mac:
  • Mac OS X 10.6.+ / 10.7.+ / 10.8.+ (please check serato.com for updates on OS)
  • 32 bit: Intel 2.0 Ghz Core 2 Duo, 2 GB RAM
  • 64 bit: Intel 2,4 Ghz Core 2 Duo, 4 GB RAM
  • If you have a large library, you will benefit from having more RAM
  • Min. screen resolution 1280*720
  • Available USB 2.0 port

System requirements Windows:

  • Windows 7 (please check serato.com for updates on OS)
  • 32 bit: Intel 2.0 Ghz Core 2 Duo, 2 GB RAM
  • 64 bit: Intel 2,4 Ghz Core 2 Duo, 4 GB RAM
  • AMD processors are not recommended and not officially supported
  • If you have a large library, you will benefit from having more RAM
  • Min. screen resolution 1280*720
  • Available USB 2.0 port
  • Dimensions: 525 x 63 x 362 mm
  • Weight: 5.3 kg (net)
  • Incl. Serato DJ, USB cord and power supply

Damit erweitert Reloop sein Terminal-Mix Programm um einen weiteren Controller.

Preis: 579 €
 
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Vincent Sonore
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Ist halt nen aufgebohrter TM-4.
Man sieht's ja hier im Thread, vom Hocker reißt Reloop damit niemanden :D
 
Dirk Shape
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Der Markt wird zur zeit doch eh nur von tausenden Controllern überflutet.
 
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sie sollten lieber mal ihren Ruf aufpolieren, und nen ordentlichen Mixer machen, ohne Schnick schnack. Analog, zum Beispiel, back to the roots. Ohne 26 Effekte, mit langlebigen Bauteilen. Reloop zum einer Marke machen mit eigenem Kundenstamm. Bei den Großen Jungs mitmischen, Pioneer, Xone und Rane.

Aber nein, lieber den 1001 Controller auf den Markt werfen.
 
Dirk Shape
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Reloop ist halt eine Low Budget Marke, die damals gegründet wurde um Preisgünastige Alternativen zu bieten.
 
 

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