Aluminium diecast Diameter: 332 mm (13-5/64 inch) Weight: Approx. 1.8 kg (4.0 lbs) (including slipmat and slipsheet)
Universal Static Balance
230 mm (9-1/16")
15 mm (19/32")
Tracking Error Angle
Within 2° 32’ (at the outer groove of 30 cm (12") record) Within 0° 32’ (at the inner groove of 30 cm (12") record)
Arm-height Adjustment Range
0 - 6 mm
Stylus Pressure Adjustment Range
0 - 4 g (Direct Reading)
Head Shell Weight
Approx. 7.6 g
Applicable Cartridge Weight Range
(without auxiliary weight) 5.6 - 12.0 g 14.3 - 20.7 g (including head shell)
Head Shell Terminal Lug
1.2 mmφ 4-pin terminal lug
PHONO (Pin Jack) x 1 EARTH TERMINAL x 1
AC 110-240 V, 60 Hz
8 W Approx. 0.2 W (Standby)
Dimensions (W x H x D)
453 x 169 x 353 mm 17-27/32 × 6-21/32 × 13-29/32 inch
Approx. 9.6 kg / 21.2 lbs
Turntable, Slipmat, Slipsheet, Dust cover, EP record adaptor, Balance weight, Head shell, Screw set for cartridge, PHONO cable, PHONO earth lead, AC power supply cord, Owner's Manual
Allen & Heath Xone PX5
Connect your laptop or computer to the premium internal 20 channel 24bit 96kHz USB2 soundcard for easy integration into digital DJ workflows, plus plug n’ play connection via X:LINK to Xone:K series controllers for expanded MIDI control.
The crossfader has three switchable curve settings for blending or scratching styles and can be easily replaced or upgraded to an Innofader Pro 2 for ultimate crossfader performance.
No matter what your mixing style, Xone:PX5 combines a modern approach to DJing with all the tools required for creating your own individual sound.
Type Analog Channels 4 + 1 EQ 3-band / Total Kill (CH 1-4 + CH A) USB Soundcard 20 Channel (10 in / 10 out) USB2 / Class Compliant 24bit / 96kHz 1 x MIDI IN 1 x MIDI Out Line Inputs 4 x RCA (CH 1-4) 1 x 1/4″ TRS (CH A) Mono/Stereo Phono Inputs 4 x RCA (CH 1-4) LN/PH Switch for DVS USB Inputs 5 x USB (CH 1-4 + CH A) Mic Input 1 x XLR Master Output 1 x XLR (Balanced) Master 2 Output 1 x RCA (Un-balanced) Booth Output 1 x 1/4″ TRS Record Output 1 x RCA (Un-balanced) Master Insert 1 x 1/4″ TRS MIDI Sync/Out 1 x 5-Pin DIN DIN Offset Control Send/Return I/O 1 x 1/4″ TRS Send 1 x 1/4″ TRS Return 1 x LN/Hi-Z Switch Internal Xone:FX Yes Hybrid FX Mode Yes (Internal < Dual > External) FX Send 1 x Pre/Post Selectable (CH 1-4 + CH A) Filter 1 x VCF Filter HPF / BPF / LPF Adjustable Frequency & Resonance Assignable CH 1-4 + CH A + External Return X-Link 1 x RJ45 Headphones 1 x 1/4″ 1 x 3.5mm Split Cue Monitoring Channel Faders 60mm VCA / Replaceable Chanel Meters 12 Segment LED Channel Fader Curve 3 Types X-Fader 45mm VCA / Replaceable / Innofader Compatible X-Fader Curve Settings 3 Types MIDI Clock Send + Receive Start / Stop / Pause / Tempo Bend (-/+) MIDI Assignable Yes (MIDI CC / MIDI Notes) BPM Detection Auto / Manual / Tap Tempo Earth Ground Terminals x 2 Headroom 20dB AC Mains 100 to 240V AC 50/60Hz Consumption 35W max Mains Adaptor 3 pin IEC socket with cable clamp Fuse Rating 250V AC T1AL 20mm Height 4.3″ Width 12.6″ Depth 14.8″ Weight 11.5 lbs.
Technics SL-1200 MK7 Silver Turntable
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No introduction needed for the 1200 mk7’s… straight out of the box these are quality.
You get used to using worn out and beat up 1210’s in clubs, so to switch to a brand new set of 1200’s is incredible, solid, tight, responsive and quality in every area.
Full marks to DJ Kit, order placed 10AM Friday and delivered lunchtime Saturday, excellent service.
I’ve had a few sets of 1210s over the years and they are very very similar. Pitch is digital but feels exactly like an analog 1210. No issues with the pitch at all and it’s very very accurate and it’s not stepped as done ppl claim. I initially had the torque on the highest setting but found that difficult to mix with so I set it back to the default and it’s been really great ! If you want a set of 1210s or 1200s don’t bother buying secondhand and paying to get them serviced, just buy new. It will be cheaper in the long run and they will not need servicing as they are digital.
Having owned & used Pioneer's mixers since the early noughties I was sceptical this could live up to what I had been told - superior sound & build quality, etc. This is a game changer; a perfect blend of modern FX (which surpass Pioneer's) with unrivalled sound quality.
I have bought a few things from dj kit.com and I can’t recommend them enough. Very fairly priced, easy transaction and very fast delivery . 5 star service as usual from these guys… The mixer itself is fantastic. Sound quality is phenomenal and the build quality is sturdy. I highly recommend this mixer….
I Finally did it , I escaped Pioneer mixers , and went for , in my opinion , the best of both the analogue and digital worlds.
The analogue warmth is complemented beautifully by the subtlety of the onboard digital effects.
Great service from DjKit from initial contact, through to delivery in a couple of days.
If you are in the market for any Dj gear then make DjKit.com your first choice !
DJ Kit were very good to use even during the current climate . Delivery was quick and they used a decent company.
Early days for use of this mixer. I wanted something with the best of both worlds analogue digital hybrid. This ticks the box. I've been a pioneer mixer user forever and this is first A and H I've owned. I must say it sounds lovely. I use Traktor with Technics and it sounds great and also playing me vinyl sounds lovely.
As I said early days but it has the odd quirk that caught me off guard like the master level meter and cue buttons. But other than that all good.
Great all round mixer/built in fx/fantastic routing options.
Mixer is brilliant, loud as, fx are great especially if your used to a Xone send/return style of doing things and has a great option of using your own fx pedals/machines via its send/return. Also itâ€™s great plug and play with Traktor DVS or with a preferred controller and running ableton via channel A is a great option to have allowing you, for example, a drum machine via Ableton to be played whilst still having 4 available channels for turntables/CDJâ€™s. Filter is great and typical of Xone mixers all though if your used to the Xone 92 it does take a while to get used too only having one. Overall a great mixer.
Great mixer with awesome sound quality but rubbish crossfade curves
Well I bought this mixer from another store because it was cheaper, I did do a price match on this site but this site didn't completely match the price so I continued and bought it from another site/shop.
Anyway mixer, well it has excellent sound quality and the faders feel lovely, the headphone output isn't as good sound quality as on a Pioneer DJM250 I also have. The effects on the PX5 are mediocre to be fair, I used to have a Denon DN-X1600 a few years back and the effects on that were way better. The USB functionality of the PX5 is terrible because I still can't get Traktor Scratch to work properly with it, i've set everything up properly and double checked cables and buttons and i've been using Traktor Scratch for about 6 years now so I know exactly how to set that up. But the scratch function in Traktor Scratch is disabled and after much emailing Allen & Heath and them replying they've been unable to help me and have blamed Traktor for the problem. I'd say unless you can see it working with Traktor Scratch in a shop it's a bad idea to buy the PX5 for that.
Another thing I hate is the fact that the master vu meters change to cue vu meters when you press a channel cue button. This is stupid to be and pointless to be honest seeing as the mixer already has vu meters on every channel. Also adjusting the master gain control (when no channel cue button is pressed) doesn't make the master gain vu meters change at all. This is bad because it doesn't tell you if the master outputs are being clipped or not.
Now the headline, the crossfade curves, well the left hand mixing curve is useless as when you slide the crossfade into the middle the sound level drops A LOT!!! I know mixing curves have to have a dip in the middle but come on not that much it's like half the voume. The middle curve is very different, if you slide into the middle for the first say 6mm or so there's nothing then SUDDENLY it fades in fast and then you have about 25mm or something in the middle where the sound doesn't change. Then as you get near the opposite side it SUDDENLY fades out fast. You have to litterally fade in and out as slow as you can to get anywhere near remotely smooth fades. Both those curves are unusable in my opinion.
The sharp curve has dead space as either side for about 4mm and then BANG sound comes in, I got round this by taking the crossfade out and bending two little metal bits on the crossfade and now the sound comes fully in after about 1mm from the side.
Overall it's a lovely mixer with a few things that Allen & Heath should of known better than to implement but if you can live with those problems then it's a great mixer.