Urei 1620LE

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Tags: Mixers, Urei
urei-1620le

Overview:  

The original Urei 1620 rotary fader DJ mixer set 1970s dance floors alight with its fat bottom end, smooth midrange and ultra-sweet highs. Considered by many to be the best-sounding DJ mixer of all time, Urei remains to this day THE authentic sound of dance music. And now it’s back.



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Features & Specs


# Six stereo channels with legendary Urei sound quality


# Individual L/R balance control on every channel


# Authentic and responsive rotary faders on all channels


# Channels 1 and 2 feature RCA phono inputs, allowing the easy integration of twin decks


# Auxes 1, 2 and 3 feature line level preamps, for direct connection of external sources


# Optional preamp cards allow Auxes 1-4 to carry Mic, Line or Phono level inputs


# Aux 4 carries a dedicated mic preamp, allowing instant connection of an external microphone


# Five extra aux inputs (A-E) can each be routed to auxes 1 to 4, giving unrivalled user flexibility


# Master Booth and House outputs, each with a dedicated level control


# Master mono House outputMaster bass and treble controls give +/-10dB of sweetening on all main outputs


# Sophisticated headphone section can be fed from any of the six channels, or the main program output


# Front panel illuminated headphone socket with dedicated level control


# Dual stereo recording outputs


# Master send-and-return FX loop


# Internal engineer set-up controls


# Durable construction for total reliability


# 3U 19” rack mounting format




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