I spent the few last days learning more about this Mixars Duo MK2. I used the MK1 a year ago. Other than the Galileo fader it seems to be the exact same. No markings on the mixer to identify that it’s the Duo MK2. The only markings that prove it’s the MK2 are in the manual. So take my word for it?
The mixer itself is a beast. (Although it comes with 2 USB inputs) It still only has 1 USB output in the back. So you still can’t spin with a guest dj seamlessly like you would with an S9 or 62. The work flow reminds me of the Rane 57 (I’ve never used the Traktor Z2. Which looks similar as the Duo).
The effects are cool, not as on point as the Pioneer S9 or Rane 62, but the effects are dope none the less.
The Fader is sharp and crispy. You can adjust the curve on the bottom front of the mixer. The fader knob just slides right off the fader stem though, so you’ll need to paper modify that problem. Also, the volume knobs have different hole sizes from the fader knob. So you can’t interchange them all. And for DJ’s that mix in their headphones and do not look at the laptop screen - The headphones only offer SPLIT CUE on/off. It doesn’t offer panning in the headphones. It’s a great mixer for solo gigs. I feel that it’s also great for Serato beginners and Pro Djs.
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