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Ecler NUO 2.0 2-Channel Mixer

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Ecler NUO 2.0 Two-Channel Professional DJ Mixer

(1 review)


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€336.38 (euros)

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NUO 2.0 2-Channel Mixer description:

The Ecler NUO 2.0 is a 2 channel analogue DJ mixer, featuring professional characteristics and the best analogue components available in the market in order to obtain the highest sound performance.

Whether you play house, techno or hip hop, perform smoothly or as a scratch DJ, the Ecler NUO 2.0 will please all your needs thanks to its versatility and plenty of features, such as the precise and ergonomic full cut EQ, FX Send control per channel in pre or post fader mode, faders curve adjustments and suitability for the awarded magnetic ETERNAL crossfader for the professional scratch DJ.

Its superb sound quality and robust format, plus balanced XLR Master output and Booth output for monitoring make it also a perfect mixer for small installations.

Ecler NUO 2.0 main features:

  • 2 mixing channels
  • 1 MICRO/LINE channel
  • 2 PHONO inputs
  • 3 LINE inputs
  • Master output XLR and RCA
  • Booth output RCA
  • 3 band full cut EQ
  • Extra large ergonomic EQ knobs
  • 3 band EQ kill switches
  • FX Send control per channel
  • FX Pre/Post fader selector
  • 45mm long life VCA faders
  • 45mm long life VCA crossfader
  • Fader and crossfader shape adjustment
  • Crossfader Reverse and Cut-In
  • Crossfader suitable for ETERNAL

Manufacturer: Ecler

This page first created on: 11/11/2010

Customer Reviews

London GB

Great mixer. Got all I need. Two channel for the decks and one extra channel for my computer. woo hoo

This customer purchased the product in January 2015