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Club Mix

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Designed and built in the USA, the Club Mix offers innovative features such as PVDJ's exclusive patent pending "Cue Mode Select Switch". This allows the user to Listen to effects on both the cue and main signal in the headphones before they are sent to the main outputs. For example: Let's say you want to make a sample from any input. First, cue that input. Then, simply flip the selector switch to cue with effects. Next, by listening in the headphones to both the cued source and the effect unit, ...
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...nd the effect unit, make your loop. After that, you can blend it into the mains using the effect blend control. This is adjustable from all-dry to all-wet (or signal with or without effect).

The EQ blend control allows the DJ to choose the amount of EQ present in the phones. This will save you from blowing your headphones from too much bass. The voltage controlled cross-fader on the Club Mix has both cross-fader swap (hamster) switch and taper adjust for different mixing styles.

Any channel on the Club Mix can be assigned to either side of the cross-fader or directly to the house outputs, allowing the DJ to cross-fade two tracks while possibly playing along on a synth, drum Machine or beat record. An A/B compare switch allows a visual comparison of the signals assigned to each side of the cross-fader.

The three-band channel EQs on the Club Mix have been designed to give you the most useful frequencies for pre-recorded music. Add to that a "Phat" EQ control reduces mid-frequencies and boosts bass and highs. From the recessed rear panel jack field to the black-light reactive paint and knobs the Club Mix is, without a doubt, the most thoughtfully and ergonomically designed DJ mixer available today at any price.
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Peavey is one of the largest, most diversified, independently owned suppliers of musical instruments and professional sound equipment in the world. * 33 facilities on three continents (18 in Mississippi) * Peavey produces over 2,000 products * Peavey products are distributed in over 136 countries worldwide * Peavey holds 130 patents in musical instrument designs and audio technology World-renowned musicians from every musical genre use Peavey instruments and sound equipment, from rockers 3 Doors Down, and Nickelback to country stars Hank Williams Jr., Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw. Peavey and its four additional brands‚??MediaMatrix¬ģ, Architectural Acoustics¬ģ, PVDJ‚?Ę and Crest Audio¬ģ‚??can be found behind major concert tours, in venues such as the Sydney Opera House, Hollywood Palace and New York‚??s Apollo Theater and in most theme parks.
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