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Vinyl saved digitally without a PC

November 13th, 2009 Posted in OMNITRONIC Tags: , , , ,

This digitization of old vinyl can already annoying sometimes. Somehow that has always been a bit complicated. Connect USB turntable to your PC, etc. Whenever you have to use a PC, it can be more complicated than it must be.

But the OMNITRONIC DRT-1000 does not need a PC anymore. It offers the possibility to store the music in MP3 format directly too a USB stick or an SD card without a PC connection. That’s what I call comfort.

Additionally, this turntable naturally offers all the advantages of a “normal” turntable. Not to mention there are three speeds, switchable engine with reverse and adjustable anti-skating.

So, out with the old vinyl and digitize up to the bitter end.

OMNITRONIC DRT-1000 Direct rec turntable

www.la-check.de tested our OMNITRONIC MMC-1

November 12th, 2009 Posted in OMNITRONIC Tags: , , , , , ,

“Practice and enjoy” is the motto of his videos, which he published regularly on YouTube. Here he is testing regular DJ products and gives helpful tips for beginners and advanced students around deejaying. We talk about the German Weddin DJ or just called Vossi.

In this detailed video, he is dedicated to our OMNITRONIC MMC-1 USB-MIDI-Controller incl. DJ-Software Deckadance “House Edition”. Very obvious he explained to his followers the virtues of this device.

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More informations about our OMNITRONIC MMC-1 you can find here.

Take me to the next Level! DB-200 2CH Decibel level meter

October 28th, 2009 Posted in OMNITRONIC Tags: ,

Seeing things clearly is often very helpful – not only in the figurative sense. Let’s think of a DJ’s workplace. Surely you will find some small light sources, but in general it’S not brightly illuminated. So sometimes it might get hard to read all instruments properly. The Omnitronic DB-200 can shed light on this darkness. The level meter is designed for displaying the level (two channels) of audio signals and it is equipped with three-color LEDs (40 LEDs per channel). Compared to normal mixers, it’s much easier to read the audio signals as the LED scale is bigger and better arranged. You can even choose between dot or a bargraph display, just as you prefer. But there is one thing besides the benefit for the DJ which we shouldn’t forget to mention. It’s the effect of the LEDs. As eye-catcher at a DJ booth they really show up well.


This level meter is available in silver and black faceplate.

Technical specifications

Power supply: 230 V AC, 50 Hz ~,
via supplied power unit
Power consumption: 5 W
Input sensitivity: approx. 350 mV to 7 V
Display range: -27 dB – 0 dB (in 3 dB steps)
Audio inputs: stereo RCA
Dimensions (WxHxD): 482 x 55 x 44 mm (19″, 1 U)
Weight: 730 g