Released September, 2005
The Pros:Easy to use live, controls are well laid out. Good enough audio for outdoor events, performances, and amateur recording. Sound effects are fun and impressive, good variety.
The Cons:Crossfader is very close to the channel levels, need to be careful not to knock something accidentally. A/C adapter is very bulky and hard to hide.
The Numark 5000FX is a lower cost five–channel tabletop mixer with basic sampling functions. Two separate Beatkeeper units are used to auto-detect BMP, allowing easier synchronization between two sources, and built in BMP sycnhronization allows the system to handle mixing for you.
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The internal sampling system allows for 30 second samples to be collected on the fly, and effects can be applied before looping. This uses a wheel interface to handle scratching, effects, and pitch. The five channels have a variety of input types, including three phono, nine line, and two mic inputs. Outputs include a pair of XLR ports, RCA-pairs for Master, Record and Booth, and a digital 44.1 kHz S/PDIF out.
- 12 in tabletop mixer
- 5 input channels with 3 phono, 9 line (3 switchable to phono), and 2 mics
- Master balanced, unbalanced, XLR, 2 zone and 1 S/PDIF outputs
- Dual Beatkeeper units
- BPM alignment
- Effects processor with wheel
- Effects include: Scratch, Sonar, Chop, Echo, Delay, Filter with Vocal kill
- Pitch/Key shift, Distort with Vocoder
- 18 Second audio buffering
- Onboard sampler
- Optional rack ears available
User Reviews (2)
easy to use live, controls are well laid out
good enough audio for outdoor events, performances, and amateur recording
sound effects are fun and impressive, good variety
3-band EQ on each channel helps create a balanced experience from one device to the other
good range of inputs and outputs, XLR runs powered speakers perfectly
crossfader is very close to the channel levels, need to be careful not to knock something accidentally
A/C adapter is very bulky and hard to hide
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