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yoTrakkz's review (Rane - Empath)

By yoTrakkz, 05/09/2011
The Rane Empath has great parameters that you can chance very easy, no need for the bulky manuals when you get this machine. Its all self explanatory and you will have the hang of it in no time, well in about 30 mins to be exact. Atleast that’s how long it took for me, then I was out of the beginner stage and really starting to understand how it works.


Manual was very clear and concise.


I have the black Rane Empath and it feel s very well built, not cheap like a lot of mixers and dj gear that’s out on the market today. Rane didn’t make a product that was cheap and affordable but lacked quality. They built these mixers to last no matter how many gigs you got or how much traveling you are doing.
You can even purchase a case that Rane makes that will fit perfectly with your Rane Empath so you wont scuff up or scratch you unit up in anyway.
Sounds Great no hiss and great eq.


Overall the Rane Embath was a great purchase for me it comes in Black on Black , Rotary, Orignial Blue or the Grandmaster Flash Gold Signature Edition. All of the version have the same features there is nothing spectacular about the Gold Grandmaster Flash Signature Edition one, besides the look of it, and the look is very nice on that one I must say, the price of it is probably pretty high too since it’s a signature edition. Another great thing about the Rane Empath is that the adapters are universal, it accepts all Hz for use anywhere in the world because we all know what its like going to a different country and your equipment doesn’t work the same as it does in your home land. Rane Kept all the traveling working DJ’s in mind when they created this product.

Used it for less than a year and loved working with it. (Gemini DJ - UMX-9)

By JimboSpins, 10/09/2012
Using the DJ Gemini UMX-9 was a very good experience for me, the reason that I purchased it was because I needed a good quality mixer for the time being and I couldn’t afford a high end one so I chose to go with the Gemini UMX-9. The UMX-9 has 3 stereo channels, microphone input, cross fader reverse switch and many other features that grabbed my attention. I paid 120.00 for it brand new and used it for less than a year until I could save up some money to upgrade. Over time when using the Gemini UMX-9 you will notice that the cross fader goes out on your pretty quickly. Maybe it wasn’t built to last a long time, it seems tough when you are using it but eventually it will go out on you. The price to get the cross fader fixed what just too much to pay and plus I didn’t plan on staying with the Gemini UMX-9 too long so it didn’t matter. I used this mixer from the spring of 2005 to close to the spring of 2006.


It is very easy to use if you have used mixers before. There are no special features with the UMX-9 that make it stand out from its competitors. The manual is pretty simple as well, nothing will make you need it though unless you are a beginner because all of the connection types and inputs are labeled.


The Gemini UMX-9 has a cut feature for low, mid and high frequencies for each individual channel as well as gain high, mid and low controls for each channel too. It does feature some LED’s for your meters on the master out put meter and input level meter for each individual channel.


The Gemini UMX-9 is affordable and well built. If it wasn’t for the fader going bad on me I might have continued to use it a little longer than what I did. The quality of all of Gemini’s products are pretty well built and hold up well. I have been using Gemini for years and will continue to. The price you will pay for the UMX-9 is right on the mark for what I feel its worth. I would make the choice over again , and don’t regret using it at all.

Mixer and a interface (Behringer - NOX303)

By JimboSpins, 25/03/2013
The Behringer NOx303 is a DJ mixer that can be racked if needed, but I preferred to use it as a table top unit. This mixer sits in solid castings and is built to last a long time. I love products from Behringer because they are affordable and made to last a long time. This mixer was simple to set up and all of the functions of it are pretty simple too. It connected to my PC quickly and I was able to access all of my music on my hard drive to mix with. It has a USB audio interface built into it, and I used it many times just for that purpose when recording my own vocals at home. The preamps built into it are very clean sounding and I used a Blue Bird Microphone with it and had amazing quality at home with no vocal booth or room acoustic treatments.


There are some effects on this unit as well, the tape echo and regular echo are pretty simple but I really liked the vocoder that it had built into it. It gave me a robotic style voice that most mixers in this price range just don’t have. This would have been the only reason I would have liked to use it live though.


There are also lo pass and high pass filters to work with on this mixer. It would not have been a bad mixer to work with live with all of the effects and functions but at the time I had a really good mixer from Numark that I was very happy with.


Out of all of the times that I interacted with this mixer, I have never had a single problem with it and had a lot of fun with it. Using it mostly as an audio interface at home I was able to record songs and do voice overs with it in a robotic voice.

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[Musikmesse] Reloop RMX-22i and RMX-33i DJ Mixers

Published on 04/14/15
Reloop introduces two new RMX-22i and RMX-33i digital two and three-way DJ mixers with smartphone and tablet connectivity.

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