At PLASA 2003 Behringer introduced a desktop DJ effects machine with six simultaneous functions and an intuitive user interface. The Tweakalizer DFX69 features a real-time scratch function for any input signal and an accurate auto-BPM counter. Featuring a pitch transposer to correct track speed adjustments and an LFO-controlled effects section with delay and flanger, the DFX69 is expected to be shipping in early 2004.
The Tweakalizer offers filter effects with 3 filter types (low, high and band pass), 3 filter modes (auto, manual and LFO) and separate resonance control. Its groove and BPM-related loop sampler with up to 16 seconds of memory and 3-band EQ with separate cut buttons per band round out the DFX69's feature set. The switchable phono/line input with built-in high-precision phono preamplifier faciliate connection to turntables and CD sources.
The processor's signal/effect balance and input gain controls provide flexibility. High-resolution 24-bit A/D and D/A converters and a high-performance 24/48-bit DSPalong with gold-plated RCA connectors guaranteeing consistent audio quality ensure high quality audio performance.