PD PDZM700 6-Channel 4-Zone Installation DJ Mixer

£279.00
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PD PDZM700 6-Channel 4-Zone Installation DJ Mixer
( MMA0300 )

( MMA0300 )

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Key Features

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  • Inputs: 11 stereo line sources (RCA) and 3 microphone (6.3mm Jack)
  • Outputs: Zone 1 and balanced master (XLR), zone 2 and zone 3 (RCA)
  • Multiple zones assignable per channel
  • separate output volume for each zone
  • 2 Built-in USB audio interfaces
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Product Description

The PDZM700 is a 6-channel quality DJ mixer with 4 zones. The 3-band equalizer on each channel ensures a warm and musical sound. Any of the 6 channels can be freely routed to any of the 4 stereo zone outputs. The Cue mixer provides a switch between pre-fade listen on the channels and listen to the master volume in the headphones. The separated microphone channel with equalizer is ideal for presentation or karaoke. The PDZM700 is suitable for bars, club installation, restaurants etcetera.

Main Features
11 stereo line sources (RCA) and 3 mic (Jack)
Zone 1 and master (XLR), zone 2 and zone 3 (RCA)
Multiple zones assignable per channel
separate output volume for each zone

FEATURES
Features
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  • Inputs: 11 stereo line sources (RCA) and 3 microphone (6.3mm Jack)
  • Outputs: Zone 1 and balanced master (XLR), zone 2 and zone 3 (RCA)
  • Multiple zones assignable per channel
  • separate output volume for each zone
  • 2 Built-in USB audio interfaces
  • Pre-fade listen per channel
  • 6.3mm Headphone output with CUE mix
  • 3-band EQ on each channel
  • 19" Rack mountable
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SPECIFICATIONS
Specifications
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  • Frequency response: 15Hz - 30kHz
  • THD: Under 0.05%
  • Equalizer: -30dB / +6dB
  • Signal to noise ratio: Over 110dB
  • Power supply: 230VAC / 50Hz
  • Dimensions: 178 x 482 x 100mm (19'' x 4 HE)
  • Weight: 3.8kg
  • MPN: 172.750
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