Dateq STYX

Submitted by Lead  Flag on 08-03-2008 @ 16:21

Model : STYX

Brand : Dateq
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Category : Mixer

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Dateq STYX Mixer

Greek antiquity has been the source of inspiration for many new cultures. The dance scene is a culture in its own right, but DATEQ’s STYX has gained an established place for itself in that scene. In fact, you could say that this mixer has made itself indispensable because it goes with the flow.


feature 12 inputs 6 channels
The STYX has 6 channels, each with 2 inputs. A total of 2 microphones, 3 turntables and 7 line signals (CD or MD players, sampler, keyboard, computer etc.) can be connected up to the mixer panel. In addition, each channel has a 3-way (A-Master-B) switch, allowing the signal it carries to be relayed to the A or B side of the crossfader.

feature Crossfader
The STYX’s crossfader is VCA driven. This means that no audio signals pass through the fader, just control voltages. Thanks to this, the life of the fader is dramatically increased and problems such as fader noise and loss of sound are things of the past.

feature Transform
The 'transform' buttons, ergonomically situated above the crossfader, are a revolutionary addition to this unit. When the transform button is depressed, the signal from the crossfader becomes visible on the mixer’s display. It disappears again when the button is released ... an extra tool for the creative DJ!

feature 2 band equalizer
The STYX has gain control and dual equalizer on each channel.

feature Cue Split
Cue facilities are, of course also provided on each channel, while the 'SPLIT' function allows the cue signal and the master signal to be heard simultaneously on the headphones.

feature Sub Low Output
In today’s night life, 'feeling' the music is just as important as hearing it. This has been taken into account in the design of the STYX by including a separate 'sub low' output (giving only the frequencies lower than 125 Hz), so that you just can’t escape the beat of the party.

feature Master
The master output has both XLR balanced and cinch connections, and the monitor output can be adjusted separately. Since the STYX is mainly used in a dark environment, its design includes a 12-volt lamp socket on the front panel.

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