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Gemini KL-10 Pro

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2 channels with aux loop Complete Kills of Bass, Mid and Treble via rotary or switches; +12db boost for Bass, Mid and Treble; Punch in and out buttons; Seperate gain and pans for each channel; Headphone mixing

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      07.02.2001 03:02

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      In general, mixers fall in to categories due to the type of mixing you can do on them, you get scratch mixers, techno/trance mixers, house mixers, but the problem is that I (and i'm sure other people) like more than one type of music, and want a mixer that can do everything. The KL-10 pro can do just this. Ther controls aren't cluttered, it has plenty of room around the crossfader and it has punch in and out controls, perfect for scratching (although it doesn't have a hamster switch or any of that sort of fine scratching control), but its also equipped with rotary and switch kills and an effects loop for swirly trance and complicated techno type mixes and build ups. It only has two channels, so its not for you three deck mixing types, but it has a well specified mic channel, and booth out as well as the standard master and cue outs. In operation, the well laid out front panel is a joy to use, even for my big hands. The logical layout means that even in a dark club its easy to get your hands on the right controls. the kills are a useful addition, i have only used rotary kills before, and the switches allow much more creative use of EQ. The effects loop adds a welcome addition to a DJs arsenal, I run the signal through a filter for satisfying Fatboy Slim type effects. And thats all there is to it, a well laid out, well spec'd mixer, with no frills.

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