Released January, 2009
The Pros:Audio comes through without any distortion, good and clean. Controls are simple and obvious at a glance, no learning curve. Versatile design good enough for live performances and outdoor events.
The Cons:Fairly heavy piece of equipment to lug around. Hard to make out the controls in low light conditions.
The Numark X9 is a three-channel digital DJ mixer. This is similar to the Numark X6, but with an additional channel. The audio is still 24-bit digital and distortion-free due to the use of Alesis technology, although no USB port is made available as in later models.
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Digital effects are managed with BEAT SYNC, allowing the user to automatically sync effects with the beat or with a pattern tapped out on the pad. Each channel has its own three-band rotary EQ, two sets of assignable, three-band Kill switches, and the slider-style gain controls. The crossfader is a replaceable D-Type digital, and can be reversed and adjusted to a custom slope. A mini-crossfader controls cueing.
- Three-channel digital, tabletop mixer
- 24-bit digital mixing
- Alesis technology
- Digital effects interface
- 12 BEAT SYNC effects with wet/dry control
- Vocoder, Tape Echo, Echo, Flanger, Phaser, Filter, two type of Reverbs, and more
- Inputs: three phono/line switchable (RCA), two line (RCA), two mic (1/4 in)
- Outputs: Balanced (1/4 in, Master (RCA), Booth (RCA), Record (RCA), Headphone (1/4 in stereo)
- D-Type digital crossfader with reverse and continuously adjustable slope control
- Microphone channel with gain, EQ, on/off switch, and aux input
- Three-band rotary, to-inifity EQs, and gain on each channel
- Dual three-band Kill switches
- Mini-crossfader cueing
User Reviews (1)
audio comes through without any distortion, good and clean
controls are simple and obvious at a glance, no learning curve
versatile design good enough for live performances and outdoor events
more effects than most units in this price range
small enough to allow a good amount of room for other equipment
fairly heavy piece of equipment to lug around
hard to make out the controls in low light conditions
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