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Ecler NUO 2.0

2- Channel DJ Mixer

  • 3-Band cut EQ
  • 3 Kill switches for treble, mid and bass
  • FX send with pre / post switch and knob
  • Cut switches
  • Knob for the third channel (MIC or H-Line)
  • 45mm VCA faders with setting the fader curve
  • Double VU meter
  • PFL (Prefader) and master
  • VCA Cross-fader with adjustable fader curve
  • Dimensions: 370 x 165 x 80 mm
  • Weight: 3.0 kg
  • Suitable case: Art.410003 (not included)

Further Information

Line Channels 2
Phono Input 2
Microphone In 1
Audio Interface Input 0
Audio Interface Output 0
Rec Out Cinch
Master Out XLR
Send/Return Yes
incl. Rackmount No
Talk-Over No
Effects No
Width 165 mm
Depth 370 mm
Height 80 mm

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Nie chce mi sie pisac po angielsku ale juz niech wam będzie.
Keymeal, 28.12.2020
I had old Ecler Nuo 2, not 2.0. Nuo 2 was made from good steel. All keys and gainers were made from really good composites. Nuo 2.0 is made from thin steel on the side and from aluminium on the top. While scratching, it's really not good in touch. Like is polishing your fingers and nails somehow... really strange and uncomfortable. Sound quality is the same, but materials are worst than 12 years ago. I'm sad, that was my fav brand. I would like to say I was playing on alien's and pioneer's mixers too nad Ecler was my fav for years. Gonna keep it but Im not happy.
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Best 2-channel mixer on a budget
14.08.2014
I had this mixer for few years before I updgraded to Denon DN-X1600 and I was very please with Ecler. It's not exactly high-tech by today's standards, but it does the basics very well and sounds good too.

This mixer offers great price/quality-ratio especially for vinyl DJs, but equally good for digital DJs if you have a separate audio interface. I personally used the Nuo2.0 with Edirol FA-66 interface.

The general build quality is good and the big knobs are pleasing to the hand. My only complaint about the build quality is that the knobs start to get noticably looser fairly soon. Then again, this is the case with most mixers and doesn't really affect anything, but with Nuo2.0 it was particularly noticable.

The FX loop is a nice bonus as are the XLR-outputs - both something that are not necessarily there in this price range.
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Dawson, 24.04.2019
This mixer is very good value for your money .
It is very well built and the sound quality is good.
I did not like the plastic knobs used on the eq and gain controls . Anyone looking for a well-priced two- channel mixer might be very happy with this one .
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Needed to go back to Thomann for 'repair'
Disappointed DJ, 15.07.2020
I regret buying this mixer. A fault developed with one of the PFL buttons within 12 months, leading to a lot of cracking and drop outs on that channel. After returning it to Thomann, it was sent back to me with a number of quality issues. All of the EQ knobs now turn past their maximum or minimum value. All of the faders are loose and move from side to side. Many of the other knobs are either stiff as if new, or very loose, also turning past max and minimum values. There is no feeling of this being a low use, tight mixer. It feels worn and old and inconsistent with the feeling of the well cared for 2.0 Nuo that I sent back for a simple button replacement. I was told the entire motherboard was replaced. I strongly suspect the motherboard was from another return, from a mixer that was very, very well used. I won't buy another mixer from Thomann because of this.
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