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The annual NAMM Show is going down this week, and that means we can expect to see new products from some of the most exciting DJ equipment manufacturers.
So far, one of the biggest announcements is the revival of Rane’s beloved 57 mixer series with the introduction of its new TTM57mkII.
“When introduced in 2006 the TTM57SL broke ground as the first ever DJ mixer with built-in USB sound card and tightly integrated Serato software controls,” Rane says. “When discontinued in 2013, the TTM57SL had developed a cult-like following.”
“The TTM57mkII stays true to its original design by supporting familiar workflow while improving performance and software integration.”
The mixer is designed for Serato DJ and does not support Serato Scratch Live.
Key improvements include:
– Dual USB 2.0 high-speed class compliant audio and MIDI USB ports
– No driver required on Mac
– High-performance ASIO driver for Windows
– 10 record and 10 playback channels per port
– Sample rates of 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz and 96 kHz
– Dedicated Serato DJ iZotope USB FX inserts for each deck
– Software color coded silicone RGB back-lit pads
– Aux Channel for SP-6 routing
– High/Low-Pass sweep filters for Decks 1, 2 and Aux
– Rane’s proprietary non-contact magnetic faders
For more information, check out Rane’s website.
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