Reloop Launching RMX-90 DVS Mixer At NAMM 2017

Adding their voice to the fray of companies making product announcements at NAMM 2017 is Reloop. They’re announcing the RMX-90 DVS, a digital mixer that includes a full DVS interface for Serato DJ. Keep reading for the details.

Reloop RMX-90 DVS

Reloop is announcing a major update to their mixer line with the RMX-90 DVS mixer. Instead of just another digital mixer in their lineup, this one has full integration with Serato DJ, including a built-in DVS soundcard that unlocks the full version of Serato DJ. It’s the first of its type from Reloop, which previously had made other RMX models that did not have this level of integration with Serato DJ.

The mixer is likely to be very well received by Serato DJs looking for a lower-cost four channel DVS mixer, coming in at exactly $1,000. You don’t need to buy the Serato DJ Club Kit add-on to use this mixer, and it includes the DVS expansion pack.

Quite simply, at this price, there aren’t many other low-cost four channel mixers for Serato out there (note: Mixars just announced their own four-channel Quattro mixer that does, details here).

Feature Set

Here’s the full feature set from Reloop’s press release – including details on the onboard FX, EQ modes, filters, and more:

  • 4+1-channel DJ club mixer
  • 8 in/8 out DVS audio interface, 24 bit for Serato DJ
  • Serato DJ Plug’n’Play: full version incl. DVS Expansion Pack
  • Digital architecture with extensive adjustment possibilities
  • 3-band EQ with adjustable behaviour, classic/kill
  • Sound filter, bi-polar filter unit with LPF and HPF
  • High-quality surface in deep black metallic
  • Sturdy construciton: metal housing, screwed knobs
  • Beat FX unit with 12 effects in studio quality: Flanger, Delay, Echo, Reverb, Transformer, Pitch Shift, Loop Roll, Reverse Loop, Noise, Bitcrusher, Gate, Tape Delay
  • Two digital displays for visualization of parameter changes
  • Extensive setup menu, among others:
    • Filter resonance
    • EQ frequency range (low, high)
    • Audio interface routing
    • Booth output zone routing (matrix)
    • CUE solo option
  • RMX innoFADER compatible
  • Adjustable linefader and crossfader curves
  • MIDI-compatible control elements
  • Active USB hub for the connection of further USB devices
  • High-retention USB 2.0 port, especially durable
  • Fader-start via 3.5 mm control cable
  • Kensington lock to secure the device

Technical Details

  • Frequency range: 20 Hz – 20 kHz
  • Inputs: 7 line, 2 phone, 2 mic
  • Outputs: master XLR (balanced), master RCA (unbalanced), booth 6.3 mm jack (balanced), record RCA (unbalanced), headphones 3.5/6.3 mm jacks
  • EQ range classic at 70Hz, 1 kHz, 13 kHz: -26 dB/+9 dB
  • EQ range isolator at 70 Hz, 1 kHz, 13 kHz: -? dB (total kill)/+9 dB
  • EQ range mic at 100 Hz, 10 kHz: -12 dB/+ 12dB
  • Dimensions: 322 x 387 x 107.5 mm
  • Weight: 7 kg

Wondering why there’s so much new gear news on DJTT right now? Companies are rolling out their new products for the NAMM 2017 industry convention. We’re giving DJTT readers the first coverage and insights into what’s coming out:  See all of our NAMM 2017 coverage here.

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  • matt

    Will it be possible to use multiple outputs from ableton with this product?

  • Glenn Brath

    What about traktor users? will reloop release a mixer for us?

  • Aaron Jaraba

    Denon x1800 and Mixars Quattro really give this thing a run for its money.

    • Mark Smith

      While I agree with you this also doen’t have the feature set of those two mixers. Close but not quite.

      • 757Realtor

        I really think it is similar to the x1800 and Pioneer DJM NX2 for effects and sound quality. Missing the dual soundcards though. Also, This comes with a Serato DJ and DVS License where as the X1800 is upgrade ready from what I am reading.

        Missing some of the features like the Touch Strip on the X1800 and Performance pads on the Mixars.

  • Brian Clemons

    Does this only have 1 USB port for a PC?

    • Gavin Varitech

      it has 3.

      • Brian Clemons

        Let me be more clear. Soundcard USBs for Serato. Those other 3 USB ports are to continue controllers or any other number of things.

  • Roy Bear

    Intresting. Is this the first reloop product bundled with Serato?

    • Dystinct

      It’s the first of its type from Reloop, which previously had made other RMX models that did not have this level of integration with Serato DJ.