Released February, 2009
The Pros:Looks sharp and professional next to other DJ equipment. Everything is located in the right spot, very intuitive. Audio output is flawless, no distortion or loss.
The Cons:No way to cut audio on a channel unless the volume is all the way down.
The Numark M4 is a basic three-channel tabletop mixer. The design and features closely resemble the Numark M2, with the only major difference being the additional channel. The replaceable crossfader can be reversed and has an adjustable slope.
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Each channel has a 3-band EQ, along with rotary kills for quick effects without crossfading. Both phono and line inputs are available for each channel, allowing both turntables and CD players to be used. The 1/4 in microphone input has its own EQ, and two RCA outputs allow separate controlling of master and recorded audio. A six-segment LED display gives a quick view of the levels, and a toggle is built in for master and PFL metering.
- Three-channel tabletop mixer
- Inputs: two phono/line switchable (RCA), four line (RCA), mic (1/4 in)
- Outputs: Master (RCA), Record (RCA), headphone (1/4 in stereo)
- Steep three-band EQ/rotary kills
- Microphone input with EQ
- Six-segment LED display
- Toggle for master and PFL metering
- Replaceable crossfader with reverse and slope controls
User Reviews (1)
looks sharp and professional next to other DJ equipment
everything is located in the right spot, very intuitive
audio output is flawless, no distortion or loss
nice action on the controls, sliders and knobs have a smooth action
can play 3 outputs at one time if you want, nice flexibility of functions
fader his a nice tight cut, excellent for all kinds of mixing
no way to cut audio on a channel unless the volume is all the way down
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