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Gemini is bringing back the PDM series of 19-inch rackmount mixers, completely redesigned with new features and functionality.
The new PDM mixers are intended primarily for club, mobile, or installation applications, with 7 line, 3 Mic, and 2 phono/line convertible RCA inputs, as well as X-fader assignment and cue section. Dual 10-band EQ offers an extra level of control over the current industry standard of 7-band, and a dedicated mic section allows for 2 microphones to be used without monopolizing other inputs. An additional mic can be assigned to channel 1. Auto-talkover, a long sought-after tool for mobile DJs, automatically attenuates the master volume only when the microphones are in use, providing a hands-free solution for voiceovers and introductions.
The PDM-02 adds a versatile echo section, with repeat and delay controls, perfect for Karaoke, alongside of 6 digital sound effects with volume and speed controls. Finally, the PDM-03 features a 5-bank digital sampler with pitch control, repeat and stutter controls, and 96 seconds of sample memory -- 4 times the previous amount. All PDM series mixers also feature balanced outputs, as well as zone, booth, and record RCA outputs for integration with nearly any system.
The PDM-01 and PDM-02 are shipping now. The PDM-03 should ship in March.
For more information, visit their web site at www.geminidj.com