The Stanton CM.205 CD player with mixer offers up serious options for the professional DJ. The convenient CM.205 combines the benefit and utility of a dual top-loading CD player with anti-shock buffer... Click To Read More About This Product
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The Stanton CM.205 CD player with mixer offers up serious options for the professional DJ. The convenient CM.205 combines the benefit and utility of a dual top-loading CD player with anti-shock buffer and full MP3 functionality with a solid Stanton 2-channel mixer.
The CD section features a 20-second anti-shock buffer per side to prevent CD skips, ±8% pitch control with pitch bend, and relay play. The fader start feature lets you automatically play the cued song when you fade over to a channel without having to press a button.
The mixer section features 2 line inputs to connect your iPod or other MP3 device, or more CD players. The CM.205 is iPod ready and includes one iPod cable for plug-and-play connectivity. The mixer also features gain and 3-band EQ (+9/-26) controls on each channel, a user-replaceable crossfader, a 1/4" mic input with volume control, and a headphone output with cue pan.
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The only minor drawback I have experienced with the system is that the discs spin whether playing or not and don't stop spinning fast enough so opening the lids requires holding the lid in place. Otherwise I have been using this non-stop and getting my money's worth (205 model) it connects to my PC allowing me to pre-record mixes with little effort.
Have just returned my second one!!! Not happy at all with the quality of this product. Both had the same problem, which was the readout would go crazy and the discs wouldn't play. Also it needs a pitch lock so when you vary the pitch it sounds normal.This product had so much promise with two disc players with varable pitch and a mixer with a crossfader all in one nice to handle unit. Very disapointing. It looks as though the CM .203 Has the same problem.
I have had mine for a while and used it for a few gigs...I also had the troubles explained here just 1 time, w/ the display going all scrambled & all the segments & symbols on the display were lit up, & changing & it would not play CD's...It is either heat related or bad A/C power...I gave it more room & changed the outlet and it was fine afterwards...