SNAMM05: Behringer Introduces Tweakalizer DFX69

DJs Get New Effects      22/07/05

Behringer have announced the immediate availability of the TWEAKALIZER DFX69, a desktop DJ effects machine with six simultaneous functions and a super-intuitive user interface. The TWEAKALIZER DFX69 is equipped with a real-time scratch function for any input signal plus a super-fast and accurate auto-BPM counter Main Features According To Behringer
  • Virtually inaudible Pitch Transposer to correct track speed adjustments
  • Breathtaking LFO-controlled effects section including delay and flanger
  • Awesome filter effects with 3 filter types (low, high and band pass), 3 filter modes (auto, manual, LFO) and separate resonance control
  • Groove- and BPM-related loop sampler with up to 16 seconds of memory
  • Ultra-steep 3-band kill EQ (-40 dB) with separate cut buttons per band
  • Switchable phono/line input with built-in high-precision phono preamplifier for connecting turntables and CD sources
  • Flexible Signal/Effect balance and input gain control
  • Ultimate sonic resolution with ultra high-resolution 24-bit A/D and D/A converters and high-performance 24/28-bit DSP
  • Gold-plated RCA connectors for excellent audio quality
  • Ultra-rugged construction ensures long life, even under most demanding conditions. More info:
  • www.behringer.com


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