Mixars debuted two new products before heading to the NAMM trade show in California this week.
The first product is the QUATTRO, which is a four-channel club mixer designed for Serato DJ.
Some Key features:
– Two microphone inputs
– Dedicated four high-quality effects for each channel with a single knob
– Completely MIDI mappable
– 24-bit digital output
– Rugged metal construction
The second new product is the PRIMO, which is a two-channel controller that supports the software’s DVS upgrade, along with different effects such as crush FX that’s in either controller or standalone mixer mode.
– Performance Pads with hot cues, roll, slicer, sampler
– Sturdy build quality with brushed aluminum face plate
– Built-in sound card for simple USB connectivity
– 100mm pitch control
– USB powered
– Large aluminum jog wheels with on-jog display and LED ring
– Crossfader curve adjustment and reverse
The retail price for the QUATTRO is around $1,499.00, and the PRIMO cost around $599.
The products will be available in spring of 2017, but you can get to hear more information on these products this week at NAMM trade show.