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Vestax PMC-05ProIII VCA


$400.00 Released September, 2007

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Faders have smooth action, nice feel. Compact design, light, easy to carry around from one place to the next. Well laid out controls, very easy to use and make adjustments on the fly.

The Cons:Sound can be low and stuffy, a little distortion noticeable. Can't switch channels between phono and line modes. Only bass and treble EQ on each channel, no cut.

The PMC-05ProIII VCA is a two-channel disc jockey mixer from Vestax that offers a step-down from the company's PMC 06-ProVCA model. Modelled after the company's classic ProII model, this product includes a number of updated features that can provide a smooth and function live mixing experience.

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Each channel features two-band isolated equalization, with an added technology that maintains gain levels throughout high and low frequency adjustment for consistent high-quality output. A comprehensive send/receive system allows for seamless integration of stereo effects, with individual on/off and gain controls for each channel. Separate Master and Cue switches are included for monitor selection and to ensure that left/right signals are being properly sent, a feature that is especially beneficial for DJ's who frequently record their live sets. Heavy duty channel switches are included that are designed to absorb the often rough treatment that a mixer will undergo in a live setting, and the rotary pot knobs are fitted with an improved grip design for precision controlling. In addition, the ProIII features an increased decibel range in it's low-frequency bass sweeper, allowing for a more dynamic and musical performance. 

Features

  • Silver/Black aesthetic
  • PGM1 and PGM2 routing options
  • PCV crossfader
  • Stereo effect sending
  • Double-panel faceplate
  • Maximized battle space
  • External effector support
  • Master/Cue select function
  • PGM switches
  • Rotary pot knobs

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    faders have smooth action, nice feel

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    compact design, light, easy to carry around from one place to the next

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    well laid out controls, very easy to use and make adjustments on the fly

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    rarely needs maintenance, fairly easy to replace the occasional fader

Cons
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    sound can be low and stuffy, a little distortion noticeable

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    can't switch channels between phono and line modes

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    only bass and treble EQ on each channel, no cut

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    mic line tends to be distorted and stay that way for a few seconds before it clears up

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