Stanton SMX-201 2-Channel Mixer  

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2 line and 2 phono inputs. 2-band EQ and gain control on each channel. Cue section featuring level and pan. Mic input with 2-band EQ. User-replaceable faders.

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2 line and 2 phono inputs. 2-band EQ and gain control on each channel. Cue section featuring level and pan. Mic input with 2-band EQ. User-replaceable faders.

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A good DJ can make due with less

By Haroon

from Pittsburgh, PA

I grew up with low end mixers, and throughout the years learned to make due with them. I was always the type who would rather spend money on records than a mixer. If you're from the old school you know how to keep a lower end mixer kicking -- tuner cleaner, WD40, blowing in it -- whatever works for you. Stanton is kind enough to supply some 'fader lube' with this unit. The fader slides nicely and doesn't need loosen up out of the box either. Like any non-optical crossfader it will crackle. You can't adjust the crossfader's curve, but do you expect that on an inexpensive mixer? My only real criticism of this unit is that there is only *one* line out -- so if you record to a PC, tape deck, or anything else you'll need some Y cables. Unlike other low end mixers I owned in the 90s, this one doesn't make odd popping or clicking noises, or exhibit any other weird behavior. If you scratch you'll want to save up for something better; but this will get you started. For the blend DJs, I can't see why this wouldn't work out fine for you.

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