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Vestax PMC-280


$499.00 Released January, 2007

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Solid construction, feels heavy-duty and durable. Faders have a smooth action that's nice to work with. Easy to use, everything is well laid out so you don't hit something you don't mean to while reaching for something else.

The Cons:Some hiss can be heard when there's no sound. Crossfader doesn't have an adjustable cutoff, and isn't sharp enough for DJs that scratch.

The Vestax PMC-280 is a mid-range club mixer, initially released in 2007. This mixer has four channels and a 24-bit/96Khz DSP effects feature. As the successor to the PMC-275, this product adds re-engineered, modern input faders.

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Aspiring DJs can use up to 16 different digital effects including delay, echo, reverb and more. Each effect has adjustable parameters, and is displayed on LEDs for easy visibility in darkened environments. The Master 1 channel includes 2 individually controlled stereo RCA and XLR outputs. Inputs include 6 line, 2 phono and 2 mic. Users will also find a digital connection for installing on optional USB board to the front panel for additional functionality.

Features

  • 24bit 96kHz mixer
  • 16 digital effects
  • Master 1 – RCA and XLR outputs
  • 6 line, 2 phono, 2 mic inputs
  • LED level bars
  • Digital cross fader
  • USB connectivity
  • AC-14 power supply
  • Dimensions: 264(w)x105(h)x260(d)mm

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    solid construction, feels heavy-duty and durable

  • 1

    faders have a smooth action that's nice to work with

  • 1

    easy to use, everything is well laid out so you don't hit something you don't mean to while reaching for something else

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    compact design, doesn't take up too much space on the rack

  • 1

    versatile enough design for all-purpose use, lots of functions

Cons
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    some hiss can be heard when there's no sound

  • 1

    crossfader doesn't have an adjustable cutoff, and isn't sharp enough for DJs that scratch

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