Numark PRO SM1 Reviews
Product Type: Numark DJ equipment
Newest Review: ... mixer kicks ass!!!! has all the controls and adjusments any pro DJ could ever dream of and the sliders are optical so no ... more
Customer Numark PRO SM1 Reviews (1)
by bannana blue - written on 30/06/07
This mixer kicks ass!!!! has all the controls and adjusments any pro DJ could ever dream of and the sliders are optical so no replacements needed and no crackle and so smooth! had this baby for nearly six years gigging all over south west uk and still kicking it. paid £399 new and very happy. no crackles on switches or sliders! why don't they still make it??? total headphone control with it's own sweet little cross fade. cool blue led. several outputs for my sampler, computer and amps and mic xlr and accurate levels leds for a change. ... Read the complete review
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