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Item Weight: 7 ounces
Product Dimensions: 0.9 x 2.7 x 6.5 inches
Shipping Weight: 2.07 pounds
Item model number: PACEMAKER
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Pacemaker Sound System Customer Review:
Features – The 120Gb internal hard-drive can hold tens of thousands of songs and the device supports multiple file formats. To play them, you get twin media players with the ability to cross-fade from one to the other, just like any DJ set-up. Each side has it’s own high, mid and low range EQ as well as access to a handful of handy effects like hi/low cut filters, delay/echo and reverb.
Pacemaker features auto cueing and auto beat-matching as well, although it is so easy to do that manually that most people won’t bother with it, I imagine. It has both line out and headphone jacks at one end, along with the power socket, and a mini USB connection to your PC at the other. It comes with an editor application for your Mac or PC, which is needed to load/manage music on the device.
It will also allow you to update the on-board software and firmware as updates become available on-line. The on-board software allows you to pitch-bend, re-time, re-pitch and beat-match songs. You can record your mixes and transfer them to your computer. You can also set-up mixes on the computer and send them to the Pacemaker to play out later.
Ease of Use – I checked it out on-line and was impressed, but a little worried about how hard it might be to use in a live situation. I needn’t have worried, it literally took me two minutes to get up and running with the basics and just a day or so to learn the device inside and out. Even though all the controls have multiple functions, they are grouped very logically and I think it would be almost impossible to accidentally do the wrong thing when working with it. The touch-pad works really well and the gestures required to operate different features are easy to learn and reproduce.
Sound Quality – This was another area where I thought something so compact might fall down but it sounds great. Played through my hi-fi system it sounds every bit as good as my CD player. I’ve loaded 320kb/s MP3s onto it and they sound good enough to use live through a PA system. But if you’re worried, you can always load uncompressed .wav files or lossless FLAC encoded songs.
Construction – the device itself seems very well made. All the buttons seem very solid and both the touch-pads and display appear to be high quality components. The input and outputs jacks are well protected by the strap mount-points and the rubberised feel of the exterior surface gives it an expensive feel and also stops it from slipping on smooth surfaces.
Overall – the Pacemaker is every bit as good as it looks and then some. As I mentioned above, it does some things better than a traditional DJ set-up. Namely, it warns you if you are about to play both decks through the line-out at once [when you forget to push the cross-fader all the way across] and the EQ and gain adjustments for each deck reset themselves after each song – brilliant!!!
When I bought this, I thought it might be OK for some things but I had no expectations of it replacing a proper DJ set-up. But after only a few days it was obvious to me that I would never bother with any other set-up again. I should point out that I’m not a dance DJ, I mainly do retro/80s stuff, so I don’t use a lot of the features of the device live, but I have played around with all of them. I can’t recommend the Pacemaker highly enough, it is my new favourite gadget.