The Rane Sixty-Four mixer for Serato DJ is a plug-and-play 4-deck turntablist mixer with two USB ports, software controls and internal effects.
The Rane Sixty-Two is a plug-and-play 2-deck turntablist mixer with two USB ports, software controls and internal effects.
The Rane Sixty-One is a plug-and-play 2-deck turntablist mixer with a USB 2.0 sound card.
The Rane MP26 rack-mount USB mixer for mobile DJs and clubs. Six internal beat effects. Mix and record any combination of turntables, CDs and digital tracks.
The Rane MP25 rack-mount USB mixer for mobile DJs and clubs. Mix and record any combination of turntables, CDs and digital tracks.
The Rane SL2 is a compact 2-deck plug-and-play USB interface that adds Serato DVS to any mixer.
The Rane SL3 is a compact 2-deck or 3-deck plug-and-play USB interface that adds DVS and supports auxiliary in and out to any mixer.
Battle bridge kit for the Sixty-Two, Sixty-Four, and Sixty-Eight Mixer. These brackets/bridges/ears install easily with three screws on each side.
The legendary TTM 57SL is the first mixer to fully integrate Rane’s proven hardware and Serato Scratch Live.
The Rane Sixty-Two Z is a limited edition version of the Sixty-Two mixer with two USB ports, software controls and internal effects. It is no longer manufactured.
The Rane SL1 for Serato Scratch Live. Compact 2-deck plug-and-play USB 1.1 interface adds DVS to any mixer.
The MP 22, MP 22x and MP 22z gave a less-expensive alternative for clubs that didn't need all the inputs of the MP24.
The TTM 54i was the best sounding and most reliable performance mixer on the market.
The MP 44 rackmount 4-bus mixer was installed in clubs around the world as the best-sounding mixer to date. Features give the DJs full creativity while protecting the club sound system.
The Empath 3-channel mixer combined the vision of Grandmaster Flash and Rane technology, was available in four versions.
Since it's introduction in 1986, the MP24 has been an industry legend. The MP24 premiered innovative designs then, and continued to do so until 2006 when the mixer was discontinued.