Mixars Debuts QUATTRO Mixer and PRIMO Controller

Mixars Quattro and Primo
Mixars QUATTRO mixer (left) and PRIMO controller (right). Source: Mixars

Italian manufacturer Mixars has debuted two new products ahead of the NAMM trade show in California this week.

The first is the QUATTRO, a four-channel club mixer designed for Serato DJ. It has dedicated pads for cue, loop, and sample controls, and two USB ports for easy DJ changeovers.

Other 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
– Auto loop encoder
– Sampler switch
– Dedicated sampler volume
– Effects send/return

Mixars QUATTRO mixer

The second product is the PRIMO, the company’s first foray into the world of controllers. Also designed for Serato DJ, the PRIMO is a two-channel controller that supports the software’s DVS upgrade and features onboard filter, noise, gate and crush FX in either controller or standalone mixer mode.

Other key features:

– 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
– Touch needle search strip
– High-quality audio sound card
– Plug and play with Serato DJ

Mixars PRIMO controller

The QUATTRO has a suggested price of $1,499, with the PRIMO coming in at a very competitive $599. Both units will be available this spring, and we’ll be taking a closer look at them on location at NAMM later this week.

Related: Mixars LTA Turntable Review