4 Channel USB Mixer

171.135UK CDM10:4 MK5

A classic mixer the Citronic CDM10:4 has always been the choice of the working DJ, with a simple layout that is packed with all the features you need. The MKV version comes with connectivity throug...

  • 4 channel, 17 inputs
  • 2 dedicated balanced mic channels with 3-band EQ
  • Mic override facility for DJ mics
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171.135UK
CDM10:4 4 Channel USB Mixer
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4 Channel USB Mixer

A classic mixer the Citronic CDM10:4 has always been the choice of the working DJ, with a simple layout that is packed with all the features you need. The MKV version comes with connectivity through USB and an additional auxiliary input on the top panel for external sound sources such as MP3 player.

  • 4 channel, 17 inputs
  • 2 dedicated balanced mic channels with 3-band EQ
  • Mic override facility for DJ mics
  • 2 auxiliary mics on channels 1 and 2
  • 8 CD/line inputs (2 switchable to phono)
  • Top panel 3.5mm aux input for MP3 player
  • 2 USB input/outputs for channels 3 and 4
  • Fully assignable VCA crossfader
  • Punch buttons
  • Hotswap channel faders
  • Individual gain control per channel
  • 3-band EQ with total kill
  • Fully assignable send and return
  • 10-bar LED monitor display
  • 12V BNC light socket (light not supplied, 173.501 recommended)
  • Booth output
  • Balanced XLR and unbalanced RCA outputs
  • Rotatable back panel for convenient installation
  • 19" (6U) rack mountable
  • Power supply 220-230Vac, 50/60Hz (IEC)
  • Fuse rating T250mA (240V) / T500mA (110V)
  • Cutout 440 x 250mm
  • Equaliser : bass +12dB, -26dB @ 100Hz
  • Equaliser : midrange +12dB, -26dB @ 800Hz
  • Equaliser : treble +12dB, -26dB @ 9kHz
  • Headphone output 112mV @ 32 Ohms
  • Input : line 195mV, 50k Ohms
  • Input : mic 1.5mV, 2k Ohms
  • Input : phono 4mV, 47k Ohms
  • Signal to noise ratio : line >87dB
  • Signal to noise ratio : mic 68dB
  • Signal to noise ratio : phono 73dB
  • Dimensions 483 x 266 x 80mm (6U)
  • Weight 5kg

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Equalization (EQ)

Equalization is the adjustment of bands of frequencies in an audio signal to change the tone of the sound it produces.

Thursday, 12th March 2020

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