NAMM 2015: Reloop RP-8000 Straight Turntable, RMX-60 Mixer

The NAMM Show kicks off here in Anaheim, California tomorrow morning, but already there’s been plenty of news being dropped ahead of time. Germany-based Reloop DJ has annouced two new products – a new variation of their RP-8000 turntable and a new four channel DJ mixer, the RMX-60. Watch them in action in the below video with DJ Fong Fong:

RP-8000 Straight Turntable

With integrated MIDI controls right into the deck, the RP-8000 (read/watch our review here) was an obvious next step for turntablists, eliminating the need for a set of Novation Dicers. Now Reloop appears to be launching a variant of the turntable with a straight tonearm. Stanton also offers a similar straight tonearm table, the STR8.150, which has a tonearm that some DJs claim eliminates skipping while increasing record wear and tear. The RP-8000 is already priced at $799 – we expect this variation will run the same price.

Reloop RMX-60 Mixer

This mixer is a trimmed-down version of the RMX-80 mixer that Reloop had previously released, bringing a basic 4 channel mixer and a simple effects section. There aren’t any published specs yet on tthe mixer, but it clearly has a robust set of I/O, dedicated filters on each channel, and BPM-synced effects. It’s also compatible with Innofaders – and Reloop seems to also be launching their own branded version of the traditional Innofader, likely put together especially for these mixers.

At the same time, there’s no digital soundcard or USB port, so it’s not going to be taking the place of the DJM-900 or similar plug-and-play mixers for digital DJs. We suspect it’ll be priced to compete with similar products from Denon or maybe even Behringer!

Watch it in the hero video below:

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