Unveiled last January, the QUATTRO is a four-channel club mixer designed for Serato DJ. It has 16 dedicated RGB pads for cue, loop, and sample controls, and two USB ports for easy DJ changeovers. It also serves as the big brother to the Italian manufacturer’s DUO battle mixer.
There are a lot of good four-channel club mixers on the market. Does the Quattro standout? Watch above to find out.
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Despite being the new kid on the block, Mixars has already made a big impact on the DJ industry. The company has released a variety of devices since launching in 2016, including the DUO mixer, which Mojaxx reviewed last August.
Related: Review: Mixars DUO Mixer
Mixars QUATTRO mixer (left) and PRIMO controller (right). Source: Mixars
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
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
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
Upstart DJ equipment maker Mixars hit the scene last spring with their Serato DJ-enabled DUO mixer. But the DUO isn’t the only product that they sell. The Italy-based company also offers two scratch turntables: the straight-arm LTA and the s-arm STA.
On this episode of Tips and Tricks, Mojaxx takes a look at the familiar-looking LTA.
Related: Mixars DUO Mixer Reviewed
The DUO, which debuted last spring, is a two-channel mixer designed for Serato DJ. It retails for $1,000, making it an affordable alternative to Rane’s Sixty-Two and Pioneer DJ’s DJM-S9.
Watch Wiz’s demo above and check out Mojaxx’s review of the mixer here.
Earlier this month, DJcityTV’s Mojaxx provided an in-depth review of the new Mixars DUO mixer. Today, DJcityTV has returned with a video of Battle Ave‘s Ichy the Killer and Bakon One putting the DUO to the test. Both DJs are experienced turntablists, with Ichy having won the DMC San Francisco Championship in 2014.
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