The DMIX-600 is the most advanced all-in-one mixing solution for your iPod™ or any other external USB storage device.
Features & Specs
* Full CBR & VBR MP3 Compatibility
* Support for various hard drive & flash-based music players, such as Apple iPod™ and External CD/DVD Rom Drives
* Due to Apple limitations, the iPod® iTouch, iPhone & Mac formatted Classics are not compatible with Cortex products. Intelligent music database management
* Master tempo for locking pitch while adjusting speed
* Dedicated Seamless loop buttons with adjustable in and out points
* Multiple search options including file explorer & BPM search
* Playlist creation with iPod™ Playlist Compatibility
* Dual 4 line 80-charcter LCD displays for playback information, parameter adjustments & Waveform display
* USB Keyboard connection for search and navigation
* Touch sensitive Jog Wheels with Jog Mode Select
* Three Effects (Filter, Flanger, Reverb) plus Scratch
* Auto Cue & 2 dedicated & adjustable "Hot Cues"
* User-configurable setup menu
* One touch Song & ID3 tag info button
* Single/continuous play modes
* Shuffle mode for unattended playback
* Two time display modes
* Pitch control fader & bend button with range of +/- 24%
* Performance protection eliminates accidental shutdown
* Rugged but slim tabletop design with steel frame construction tough enough for any application
* English, Spanish & French Language support
* Dual mode iPod™ Dock
* Due to Apple limitations, the iPod® iTouch, iPhone & Mac formatted Classics are not compatible with Cortex products. 3 Band EQ with Gain Control
* Blue "Fluid" diffused VU Meters with Master Cue select
* Cue Fader & adjustable Cue volume
* ¼ headphone output
* 2 ¼ mic inputs one with 2 band EQ
* Balanced XLR Master Output
* 45mm SuperSmooth Crossfader with selectable Crossfader curve
* Auxiliary Inputs for Phono or Line devices
* RCA outputs for Master, Booth and Record
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