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Reloop Launches RMX-95 - A 4-Channel Digital Club Mixer



RMX-95, a 4-channel digital club mixer designed for professional and amateur DJs , comes with a dual-USB 2.0 interface, optional MIDI mapping, and an integrated djay PRO AI DJ software


Reloop released the RMX-95, a 4+1 channel digital club mixer. The professional RMX-95 4+1 channel club mixer blurs the lines between analogue workflow and digital technology. The RMX-95 features dual-USB 2.0 interface, redesigned effects section, optional MIDI mapping of all controls and smooth integration of the djay PRO AI DJ software. The club mixer has a familiar and user-friendly interface, making it suitable for both professional and hobby DJs.

The RMX-95 also offers better connectivity, since four CD, two line, and two phono inputs are available on the four input channels. The separate microphone channel has two microphone connections (1 x jack, 1 x jack/XLR combination jack) and an additional AUX input. The master output offers RCA or balanced XLR cable connections. The booth output has two jack connections for stereo operation. However, it can also be used in mono mode. A recording device can be connected to the Rec output via RCA jacks to record DJ sets - regardless of the master output level. Last but not least, the DJ mixer has two jacks for headphones.

24-bit sound quality is provided by the ten inputs and outputs of the high-quality dual-USB 2.0 interface. The two USB ports allow smooth transitions between DJs and maximum flexibility when using different setups in a single club night. In addition, the active USB hub enables the connection of additional USB devices.

The RMX-95's digital architecture transforms the DJ mixer into an individually mappable MIDI controller. As part of this, the setup menu provides several customisable options, such as EQ frequency range, Neural Mix™ EQ mode, audio interface routing, and zone routing for the booth output.

The club mixer's sleek black metal surface is not only eye-catching but also highly durable. The solid metal housing and hard-wearing metal shafts in all of the built-in potentiometers and switches provide a long service life, even with heavy club use.

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