I've A/B'd it on a big system with Pioneer DJM800 and it sounded as good if not better. It is a killer mixer and while I probably would buy the DJM800 instead if money weren't an issue, there is no way the DJM800 is $1000 better.Maybe for home use, but I wouldn't play out on it.
And this was my second mixer after the Realistic! Was trying to google it yesterday...for some reason I thought it was a Gemini. It's sitting around somewhere!First mixer was purchased way back in 94...
Took good care of it and it still works today. It always comes in handy for little jobs as basic pre-amp.
its just the cue channel selector.ashg, that mixer is too much!
I'm curious about the orange dial. I'm guessing that's the PFL? Where's the headphone volume control?
i have the pmc 17a for many years and loved it.This was my worst...
My main complaint is no cue volume for the track you wanna bring in.i have the pmc 17a for many years and loved it.
it taught me to mix on 3 decks and also how to use fx in a mix. for what it cost, it was a super bargain imo.
trying to remember... i think all of my mixes up to maybe bumpin 3 were done on this mixer.
probably about 1/3 of my mixes i guess, and i stand by them!
u mean like a channel output meter for each channel?My main complaint is no cue volume for the track you wanna bring in.
Just looking at this...I really want to bring mine back out, hook it up and record a mix!Nab it while it's hot, boyos (free amp!)...
Vintage Realistic DJ mixer, bonus powerful 2 channel amplifier