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Mixars Primo DJ Controller/Mixer for Serato DJ
- 2-channel 4-deck controller, unlocks Serato DJ Pro
- Stand-alone mixer with filter effects
- Built-in sound card for simple USB connectivity
- 8 performance pads on each deck to control Hot Cues, Roll, Slicer, and Sampler
- Includes USB cable, power adapter, and hardware guide
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Mixars has create their very first controller built for Serato DJ Pro, so you can unlock your full potential as a DJ. Whether your integrating this controller into your existing rig or using it stand-alone, the enhanced features are sure to give you full hands-on control over your performance. Built for Serato DJ ProThe Primo 2-channel DJ controller is the very first DJ controller by Mixars made to be used with Serato DJ Pro. Mixars integrated controls for Serato's most used features including Auto Loop controls with half and double buttons, Censor, Reverse, Slip, Grid Adjust, Slide, Pitch, and Key Sync. Enhanced Features This 2-channel mixer can easily be used as a stand-alone mixer or be integrated into your existing Serato DJ rig with the built-in sound card for simple USB connectivity. Each channel has a switchable phono/line input with individual gain controls, 3-band EQ, and high/low filter sweep knobs. The four on-board filter-shaping effects - Noise, Filter, Gate, and Crush - that allow you to fully create the sound you desire. Full-Hands on Control Take full-hands on control of your mix with the Primo DJ Controller. The 8 multi-colored performance pads on each deck have dedicated controls for Hot Cues, Loop Roll, Slicer, and Sampler. The 2 large aluminum jog wheels features center displays and LED rings and right underneath each jog wheel is a Touch Needle search strip so you can quickly skip through tracks. Features:2-channel controller for Serato DJ Pro and stand-alone mixerBuilt-in sound card for simple USB connectivity8 performance Pads on each deck to control Hot Cues, Roll, Slicer, and SamplerLarge aluminum Jog wheels with On-Jog Display and LED RingFull control and assignment of Serato FX100 mm Pitch ControlInput selector on each channel switches between Phono/Line inputs, Serato decks 1/2, and Serato decksRotary crossfader curve adjustment with Reverse switch4 on-board filter-shaping effects with hi-to-low pass control: Noise, Filter, Gate, Crus
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Unfortunately for many, no one paid much attention to the DJs that had come to appreciate what Vestax had done with the 380: a high quality, heavy duty construction DJ controller, with killer sound and compact design. Numark's devices have a plastic, "My First Controller" look and feel to them, and don't have the durability to stand up to week after week of club use. Pioneer's devices just keep getting bigger and bigger, and while they try to emulate the layout of the CDJ, for some DJs the workflow simply isn't there. They also have a lot of plastic to them, and they lack the sound quality that many DJs crave, particularly for those who slaved over vinyl setups to squeeze every last ounce of clarity out of their wax.
The Mixars Primo debuted originally at NAMM 2017 and has been described as the "spiritual successor" to the Vestax VCI series. It was supposed to come out a few months later in 2017. A few months turned into about a year and a half, but eventually it hit the market in the spring of 2019, and for many it was worth the wait. The Primo has a feature set that hits all the high notes for many working DJs and studio DJs alike: heavy duty construction; clean, intuitive control layout; 24 bit sound reproduction with external power; built in DVS; and a compact form factor.
I want to pay particular attention to what Mixars brings to the table in terms of sound. This is, without a doubt, the best sounding DJ controller I have ever encountered. The built-in 24 bit, 96 khz "sound card" is of outstanding quality, rendering your tracks with exacting precision. The optional (but included) 5v power supply means that, should you choose, you can plug the deck in, instead of running it off of USB power; your output will have full power to your mixer or amplifier, ensuring a great signal between you and whatever sound system you're driving. In addition to the typical unbalanced RCA "booth out" outputs found on most decks, Mixars includes not one but *two* pairs of BALANCED outputs: XLRs and quarter-inch jacks! I use the XLRs to drive my powered PAs directly and one of the quarters to drive my sub. The XLRs are controlled by the "Master" volume control, while the quarters are controlled by the "Booth" volume control, giving me separate control over my tops and my bass. The result is incredibly clean sound - and that's what it's all about, isn't it?
Let's talk about digital vinyl. Perhaps you are a vinyl DJ who is still on the fence about going digital, or perhaps a digital DJ interested in the old school way of doing things. To do DVS, you would normally need a "Rane box" or other DVS "sound card" which captures the input of your turntables and sends that audio information to Serato (or Traktor, Mixxx, etc). The Mixars Primo has dual Phono/Line level inputs which you can attach your turntables to and, with the purchase of a Serato DVS license, can act as a DVS device without any additional hardware. It's a great setup for hybrid DJs, involving a lot less cabling and resulting in significantly less audio signal degradation as a result. As a bonus, if you do go DVS, the Mixars turns into a four-deck controller, though you can only do so much with two line faders, etc.
The Mixars Primo isn't the smallest controller on the market, but for a full scale Serato DJ controller, it is still one of the more compact devices available today. It is significantly smaller than the typical Pioneer DDJs, and its control layout feels elegant without being cramped. Despite being smaller than the Pioneer offerings, it still has a full suite of effects knobs, seek touch strips, huge wheels, and sixteen performance pads that do a splendid job. The pitch faders have a very long throw, giving fine control over tempo, and they're nice and tight, too.
One of my few criticisms of the Primo is that the crossfader it comes with isn't the best. It started bleeding after maybe six months of regular use. I'm in the process of replacing it with an Innofader, which is an involved process to say the least; it involves thirty screws and a hair dryer to loosen the glue of the top plate.
The Primo is a well built, featuring heavy duty construction and nicely rounded corners. It has a good heft to it without being too heavy; it doesn't feel like a toy, but it's not a brick, either. Still, while I used to carry my VCI-380 in a bag, I did buy a hard-sided case for my Primo.
Long review? Yes. I have used this controller almost every day for close to a year, and I can say conclusively that I am extremely satisfied with my purchase. The Mixars Primo is an outstanding controller for new DJs and experienced selectahs alike. It may be Mixars first entry into the controller market, but they have been making DJ equipment in Europe for years, and the design and function of the Primo reflect this in spades. Buy it.
- great sound card 24-bit/48kHz
- very responsive platters
- great cue buttons
- booth out with a 1/4" jack
- volume knob for sampler
- censor button
- great build quality
The mixars primo is replacing my Vestax VCI-380. I only use a small controller for smaller events but I still want to use a controller that's fun to play on with great sound quality. The mixars primo won't disappoint you. Stop thinking about it and just buy it.
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