Released January, 2009
The Pros:Very easy to use--simple, standard layout. Two microphone outputs--great for on-the-go use. Built to last--solid build quality can stand up to live use.
The Cons:Lacks a separate adjuster for a subwoofer.
The Numark C2 is a simple 4-channel rack mixer built for ease of use. This builds on the Numark C1, adding another channel and some microphone tools such as auto-ducking to drop all levels automatically when the microphone is being used for clear announcements.
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Adjustable auto-muting has also been added, which helps to prevent feedback. Equalization is handled at one central five band EQ, and the master fader is able to use fader start functionality to automatically start channel sources. This mixer uses a mix of three phono and eight line RCA inputs, allowing the use of turntables and CD players. Outputs include a standard balanced XLR, an unbalanced RCA, and additional RCA outputs for recording and zone (booth).
- 4-channel rack mixer
- Inputs: 3 phono (RCA), 8 line (RCA), 2 mic (1/4 in)
- Outputs: Balanced (XLR), Master (RCA), Record (RCA), Zone (RCA), Headphone (1/4 in stereo)
- 5-band EQ, rear-panel defeatable
- Sensitivity-adjustable, defeatable auto-ducking and muting when mic signal is present
- Split or blend-cueing
- PFL gain-adjust with meter
- Panning on master fader
User Reviews (1)
Very easy to use--simple, standard layout.
Two microphone outputs--great for on-the-go use.
Built to last--solid build quality can stand up to live use.
Great value for the features and quality.
Auto-ducking ensures clear announcements with no fuss.
Auto-muting practically eliminates feedback.
Lacks a separate adjuster for a subwoofer.
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