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NAMM 2011 - Gemini FirstMix Media Controller

This one is for all the beginner DJ's out there that don't even know if they want to be a DJ. At this years' NAMM, Gemini DJ division has introduced the all new Gemini FirstMix. The FirstMix Media Controller is an all-in-one 2-deck and a mixer USB unit that comes bundled with Mixvibes Cross LE. And at a retail price of only $80, it isn't a crazy investment for aspiring individuals who don't know how deep they want to go into the DJ rabbit hole. Details and Press Release Inside.
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This one is for all the beginner DJ's out there that don't even know if they want to be a DJ. At this years' NAMM, Gemini DJ division has introduced the all new Gemini FirstMix. The FirstMix Media Controller is an all-in-one 2-deck and a mixer USB unit that comes bundled with Mixvibes Cross LE. And at a retail price of only $80, it isn't a crazy investment for aspiring individuals who don't know how deep they want to go into the DJ rabbit hole. Don't expect to find any advanced features here. Only bare-bones mixing DJ's need apply. But again, at $80...who can complain?

Details and Press Release Below.

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