American audio - Vms 4.1 controlador dj
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- Controlador MIDI con 4 canales seleccionables MIDILOG
- Midi y analógico) USB / Analógico.
- Todos los deslizadores de control mandos teclas y botones suavizados .
- Dos canales de micrófono con conmutadores on/off y ecualizadores ganancia/agudos/medios/graves
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Descripción del producto
On/off de señal en cada canal MIDLOG. Auriculares de señal dividida con control de mezcla rotatorio Mandos de goma iluminados para un fácil uso en ambientes oscuros. Cubierta frontal sólida del 1 6 mm de espesor para una mayor durabilidad. Mandos rotatorios montados en el panel. Operación analógica completa si el ordenador falla o con fuente de alimentación externa. Innofader reemplazable compatible con crossfader (se vende por separado). Control de curva del crossfader. Crosfader directo e inverso. Arranque rápido controlado por crossfader para dos reproductores de audio externo. Atenuadores de canal reemplazables por el usuario. Salidas Máster y de Cabina con balance I/D. Salidas Máster balanceadas. Vúmetro con salida máster estéreo de 12 posiciones. Software incluido Virtual DJ LE. Alfombrilla de ratón integrada Bandas táctiles asignables MIDI de larga duración Dos deslizadores de pasos de 10 bits de resolución: 62 botones y conmutadores MIDI asignables: 50 botones MIDI tienen iluminación LED incluyendo 18 con LEDs duales azul/rojo: 4 codificadores rotatorios asignables: 34 codificadores rotatorios asignables: 5 controladores de atenuador lineal asignables Controles duales MIDI en todos los botones y conmutadores. Controladores táctiles de scratch de plato duales de 2000 puntos de resolución. Audio analógico 24-bit 48 kHz Audio USB 16-bit 44.1kHz: 10 bits de resolución en todos los controles de atenuación analógicos THD <0.1% Separación de canal >60dB Relación señal/ruido >85dB Latencia de audio del canal analógico < 1mseg Modos USB seleccionables: Modo de salida 4 en 4 para ejecución de efectos software en canales analógicos phono/línea o modo 2 en 8 para ejecución de cuatro canales de software y grabación máster Para cada canal de audio tanto en modo línea como en phono Dimensiones (Lr. x An. x Al. ) 482 x 325 x 40 mm Peso: 6 kg.
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I found an old USB cable I didnt care about and cut open the insulation. I then carefully snipped and taped the power wires, and not the data wires. and now the controller works flawlessly!
Now, the review part.
As I said above, this is a flawless controller apart from the power short-aging(which you most likely won't experience)and speed. I love how you can actually scratch with this thing! My last controller was slow and you could not even attempt to scratch with. This, however is an amazing feeling. The entire chassis is steel(or some other metal) and the jog wheels are metal also. The cross fader is removable and Inno-Fader compatible. The jog wheels, in vinyl mode, are touch sensitive, and will pause a track on touch, and un-pause upon release.
The buttons have a rubber, but sturdy feel, and when the power adapter is plugged in, are also vibrant, and bright! Easily visible in the dark. The buttons are also very functional, there is a button for just about every control in the VDJ software. along with four (4) separate time cues. Also, there is a SHIFT button, that enables a second feature on almost every button.
The controller has 4 MIDILOG channels which are a combination of MIDI(to control the software) and Analog (To input an external source). The front panel has switches that change this setting. Each channel has a FULL EQ, so certain levels can be completely removed from the mix. Also, each channel has a master gain.
The controller features 3 touch pads, One to select folders (Left) One to control files (Right) and one to select files and options (Center) I do not find these touchpads an addition to the contoller, but a flaw, they are not easy to use, and just plain cumbersome.
The controller also features 2 Mic inputs with gain and FULL EQ which sound amazing Btw. And also on the front panel is a 1/4" headphone jack with gain and cue/mix level knobs. (The headphone gain gets F***ing loud)
On the back there are Q-start outputs for Q-Start enabled CD decks, Booth and Master RCA outputs. Balanced XLR outputs (Left and Right) 2 Mic inputs, and 4 inputs, 2 of which can be set to Phono or Line-In.
Bottom line. FANTASTIC controller for the price,and all around GREAT buy.
Packaging was, as expected, more then adequate to protect the controller, all contents that should be in the box, was. The controller itself, lets just say the pics on here really don't do any justice for what the controller looks like when powered on. All kinds of different colored lights on this board, all color coordinated to make identifying in low to no light a lot easier ... In fact, I stopped using my USB LED Laptop light to light up my old board.
Now the important stuff, first I'm going to say that this bad boy is 2feet long and probably a good 15+Lbs, depending on the location of where your going to be putting this controller, and more importantly what its going to sit on. Table/coffin/case you'll be fine, but if you use one of the laptop/mixer stands, you might want to check w its manufacturer to see what weight limit is.
Sound quality: folks, Im an audiophile, not only passionate about music but the quality in the sound. I'm also MECP certified, installing high end audio/video and navigation systems on multi-million dollar yatchs ... When American Audio said they put a studio quality sound card into the VMS4.1, they were not joking around, by any means!! As soon as I powered up the unit and threw on a track, the sound that came out was just pure clean music. I could bore you with all the specks they don't show you here, but trust me when I say I was actually surprised by this unit. Strong bass, tight mids with clear highs.
The units features are more then ample, definitely can do a LOT with this board. The jogwheels are so smooth in terms of working them, the stars on the side are actually cut out from the side of the jogwheels, its not a sticker or paint and offers a really good feel when handling the jogwheels.
While there's a lot of good things to say about this controller, I did find a couple of cons to the VMS4.1. For starters, as I mentioned, the size and weight, can be an issue if your using a weaker stand, or if your a mobile DJ ... Can see this getting heavy fast by the end of the day, especially if you have it in a case. While the jogwheels feel great by the stars and movement of the wheel, the actual pad on TOP, where most of your fingers would go ... There's black rubber pad shown in pics, its not a soft rubber pad, but more of a harder plastic, say etched by sandblasting for SOME grip, but I noticed when scratching, fingers would slowly slide across the surface of this pad.
Last con, but certainly not least by any means ... while the actual physical installation maybe takes 10 minutes, its the software setup, more specifically the audio configurations that's beyond frustrating. I spent 18 days researching out how to get all 4 decks to fade properly AND have prelisten. So you know, American Audio says 3n4 decks are live decks and can't be crossfaded, there is a way, you need to go to Virtual DJ's website, go to forums, search for vms4.1 setup. Not sure about traktor or serato
Would I recommend to a friend? I did :), he got on my deck for couple hours and he's now buying one himself :). Oh ... did I mention my boy's a DJ and that he's been doing it since the late 70's? So yeah, 2 pro's say go, go ahead an buy this, while you still can ;)