Hercules RMX Console Released

April 28, 2008 by Tony Barthel

ercules, the computer DJ entertainment specialist, announces the availability of the new Hercules DJ Console Rmx, a digital audio console designed for Mobile and advanced DJs. The audio console, supplied with a carrying bag for total mobility, retails for $349.00 and is available now at Guitar Center, Sam Ash, Musician’s Friend, American Musical Supply, 8th Street Music and PSSL.com. (www.hercules.com)

The DJ Console Rmx is the most comprehensive digital dual mixing deck in its class. The sleek console includes a number of quality features such as a solid metal casing with non-slip pads guaranteeing perfect stability, broad surface, accessible buttons and knobs, precise and comprehensive controls, a built-in audio interface with 4 inputs, 4 outputs. 
 
“The success of our products has helped spread the Hercules brand throughout the international DJ community. We consulted with over 1300 DJs throughout Europe and US and designed the DJ Console Rmx to their exact expectations,” states François Garet, Development Manager of the DJing solutions range for Hercules. “We are proud to offer this professional solution that provides enhanced performance and precision at an incredible value,” adds Garet.

Mobility and Stability

  • Solid metal casing with non-slip pads
  • Simply connects to the USB port of a PC or Mac®
  • Size allows mixing with unrivalled ease 
  • Compact portability (35 x 25 cm) 
  • Flawless ASIO and Core audio drivers

Precise, Swift Mixing

  • Live mixing and seamless integration 
  • Offers DJs precision and speed 
  • Features 2 ultra-precise jog wheels for moving within tracks and for scratching
  • 12 rotary switches and 46 push-buttons
  • 6 faders including pitch faders with a center detent and a convenient general volume fader

Specialized DJing Audio Features

  • 4 mono ¼ in. jack outputs , outputting +4dBu for pro sound
  • Audio output levels at -10dBv over 4 RCA outputs 
  • 2 stereo analog inputs for mixing external sounds with MP3 files
  • A phono/line-level selector on each input
  • Convenient talk-over microphone and preview feature headset connector accessibility on the console’s upper and front face
  • Great for transferring vinyl to digital format 

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Anthony (Tony) Barthel has been a DJ since 1986 with a unique take on marketing that has resulted in over 1,000 events personally performed. In that time Tony’s weird sense of humor and unique perspective on the world got him started collecting these stories and sharing them with friends and other wedding professionals. Born in Baden, Switzerland Tony celebrates the unusual and outlandish as part of his lifestyle. He was married to Peggy Sue in 2005 in what his friends describe as the most unusual wedding ceremony and reception they’ve ever been to. The ceremony was in a 1928 movie theater complete with giant Wurlitzer Theater Pipe Organ and the reception lasted for two days including a gathering in an ocean side lagoon with 400 of their closest friends.


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