Mixars Quattro Video Review

Watch our full in-depth video review of the new Mixars Quattro Serato DJ Mixer.
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Last year, we were able to preview the new Mixars Quattro 4-channel Serato DJ Mixer, which is basically a bigger version of the fan-favorite 2-channel Mixars DUO. Today, we have the full review on the Mixars Quattro.

The mixer comes equipped with dual USB ports for multiple DJ use or easy club DJ changeovers, and a Transport mode so one can DJ using the controller without external decks. It also boasts access to 8 RGB Backlit performance pads per deck which can be used for Hotcues, samples, and whatever is mapped by the user. 

Pros:

  • Great Build Quality
  • Plethora of Inputs & Outputs
  • On-Board Filter FX & Beat FX (post Cross/Linefader)
  • Dual Soundcards/USB Ports
  • Excellent RGB Backlit Pads (for HotCues, Sampler, Transport, & More)

Cons:

  • Crossfader Not Good for Scratching
  • On-Board FX not as good as Competitor Mixers

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