Mixars CUT MKII - 2-Channel Scratch Mixer with Galileo Crossfader

Mixars CUT MKII - 2-Channel Scratch Mixer with Galileo Crossfader

Mixars CUT MKII - 2-Channel Scratch Mixer with Galileo Crossfader

B&H # MIXCUTMKII MFR # MIX-CUTMKII
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Product Highlights

  • 2-Channel Battle Mixer
  • Integrated Mixars Galileo Crossfader
  • Adjustable Crossfader Curve and Reverse
  • RCA and XLR Master Outputs
  • 3-Band Channel EQ
  • Mic Input with 2-Band EQ
  • Aux Input
  • 1/4" and 1/8" Headphone Connections
  • Solid Metal Construction
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Designed for turntablists and scratch DJs, the CUT MKII from Mixars is a solid, 2-channel battle-style mixer with a built-in Galileo crossfader. Each channel offers switchable Phono/Line inputs with dedicated trim, 3-band EQ, and volume faders. The microphone input offers gain control and a 2-band EQ, while the integrated Galileo crossfader provides an adjustable crossfader curve and a reverse switch. The Mixars CUT MKII also features master cue, record output, 1/4" and 1/8" headphone outputs.

  • Exclusive Mixars Galileo crossfader with razor sharp cut
  • Adjustable crossfader curve and reverse switch
  • Balanced XLR master outputs
  • Master cue
  • Record Output
  • 1/4" & 1/8" headphones output
  • Combo XLR-1/4" mic input with EQ
  • Solid metal case
     
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Mixars CUT MKII - 2-Channel Scratch Mixer with Galileo Crossfader
  • Power Cord
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty
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    Mixars Cut MKII specs

    Audio Inputs Mic (XLR-1/4" / 6.3 mm, Electronically Balanced)
    Maximum Input Level: -28 dBu
    Input Impedance: 35 kOhms
    Phono (RCA)
    Maximum Input Level: -28 dBu (Channel input Gain at 0 dB)
    Input Impedance: 31 kOhms
    Line (RCA)
    Maximum Input Level: +12 dBu (Channel Input Gain at 0 dB)
    Input Impedance: 3.6 kOhms
    Audio Outputs Master (XLR, balanced)
    Maximum Output Level: +18 dBu
    Output Impedance: 470 Ohms
    MASTER (RCA unbalanced)
    Maximum Output Level: +18 dBu
    Output Impedance:  550 Ohms
    RECORD (RCA)
    Maximum Output Level: 0 dBu
    Output Impedance: 2.2 kOhms
    Phones Out
    Maximum: 180 mW @ 75 Ohms / 1% THD
    EQ Section Stereo Low: +12/-29 dB @ 50 Hz
    Stereo Mid: +12/-24 dB @ 1.3 kHz
    Stereo High: +10/-12 dB @ 10 kHz
    Mic Low: +12/-12 dB @ 60 Hz
    Mic High: +12/-12 dB @ 12 kHz
    System Specifications Frequency Response
    Mic: 20 Hz to 22 kHz ±3 dB
    Phono (Ref. 1 kHz 0 dB, RIAA Standard): +17 dB ±3 dB @ 50 Hz; -13.7 dB ±3 dB @ 10 kHz
    Line: 20 Hz to 22 kHz ±3 dB
    Signal-to-Noise Ratio
    Mic: > 77 dB
    Phono: > 55 dB
    Line: > 77 dB
    Distortion (THD): < 0.1% (Line – OUT A)
    Crosstalk: < -65 dB / 1 kHz (Line)
    Power Supply Mains Voltage/Fuse: 110 to 120 VAC, 50/60 Hz / 20 mm glass fuse 250 V/500 mA slow
    Power Consumption: Maximum 18 W
    Mains Connector: Standard IEC receptacle
    Dimensions (H x W x D) 4.3 x 9.4 x 11.4" / 110.0 x 240.0 x 290.0 mm
    Weight 7.7 lb / 3.5 kg
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    Package Weight 10.0 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 16.5 x 12.9 x 6.1"

    Mixars Cut MKII reviews

    CUT MKII - 2-Channel Scratch Mixer with Galileo Crossfader is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Perfect for home setups I bought this mainly to mix house music, with some scratching here and there. The channel faders feel great. I don't have a deep knowledge of crossfaders, but this one feels pretty awesome. Really light. The EQ pots are plastic, and you can feel it. I'd prefer metal, but these will be fine for home use. That said, the curve on the EQ's are perfect. The Low EQ especially. Really setup great for blending the kick/bass out of house tracks. Overall, I'd say it's a pretty good bang for the buck. Time will tell how long the pots and crossfader lasts though. If I have one complaint, it's the LED's. Good Lord, why are companies putting these super bright LED's in everything. There is no reason for these to be so bright. Are people DJ'ing outside at high noon without any cover overhead? Even then, they would still be overkill.
    Date published: 2018-01-02
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