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DJM806

Powered DJ Mixer

Yorkville

The Yorkville DJM806 ($1,449) features 800 total watts of power (400 watts per channel into four ohms) and offers plug and play convenience for mobile users who need to economize on equipment, space and set-up time. Six input channels provide a combination of switchable microphone, line-level and phono inputs. Other features include an effects processor with over 250 presets, three-band channel equalization and seven-band main output equalization, two zone outputs for expanded coverage, and rack-mount capability. Yorkville’s proprietary Silentfan”! cooling and toroidal power supply provide quieter operation, smaller size and lighter weight when compared with mixers of comparable power. The DJM806 comes with a standard two year, transferable warranty. Yorkville Sound, Inc., 4625 Witmer Industrial Estate, Niagra Falls, NY 14305; http://www.yorkville.com


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