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Behringer DJX750 5 Channel DJ Pro Mixer
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- Professional 5-channel ultra-low noise dj mixer with stylish, black design
- State-of-the-art 24-bit digital effects with advanced parameter control
- Intelligent dual auto-bpm counter with time and beat sync display
- Super-smooth ultraglide faders with up to 500,000 life cycles
- Awesome adjustable xpq stereo surround effect
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Professional 5-channel ultra-low noise DJ mixer with stylish, black design State-of-the-art 24-bit digital effects with advanced parameter control Intelligent dual auto-BPM counter with time and beat sync display Super-smooth ULTRAGLIDE faders with up to 500,000 life cycles Awesome adjustable XPQ stereo surround effect 3-band kill EQ (-32 dB) and precise level meters with peak hold function per channel Additional 3-way kill switches with extremely steep frequency separation Monitor function with master/cue balance control and split option Auto-talkover function with separate depth control High-quality components and exceptionally rugged construction ensure long life Dimensions 4-1/10 x 12-1/20 x 14-3/5 (104.3 x 320 x 370.8mm) Weight 8-1/2lbs (3.9kg)
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Top Customer Reviews
You can tell straight away that this mixer has based it's look and feel on the Pioneer CDJ, But that's where the comparisons end. For all the FX variations that are available very few of them are worth using at all. Is it worth the money? Well yes if your not a heavy user and don't want the best quality sound output. However if you are recording your mixes and want top end quality you need to spend another few hundred quid and go for Allen and Heath or Pioneer.
all the beat match stuff is rubbish and the fx are naff .. so i don't bother with them.
but if you want a cheep unit to run through stuff before you play out then it will do the job and save you loads.
Sound is reasonable.
4 Ch versatility.
Big effects bank.
Unusual but nifty kill buttons.
Feels cheap and flimsy, especially the faders which feel especially fragile.
Effects might as well be coded in hieroglyphics - not explained and not user friendly.
No XLR outputs
I quickly decided i disliked it and i returned mine in favor of a second hand ex market leading model.
My verdict is that although it is an 'affordable' model it does not represent value for money.
all in all a decent mixer, "they" say with behringer, if it doesn't break within the 1st couple of months, the components should last a couple of years, apparently it is the odd few that let the name down.
this is not a mixer that feels it will last 100 free parties
the mixer does everything you need of a mixer but lacks the sturdiness of its rich pioneer uncle
a good mixer
4 stars out of 5 but 9 out of 10
all the effects are supurb though i still have not tried every feature on the djx750 yet, highly recommeded for both bedroom djs & possibly music producers.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Excellent just what i wanted and advert was and product is of a good Quality and StandardPublished 4 months ago by Gazza
very good mixer, i also bought a beringer A500 power amp as a package,
if your like me and you like heavy bass and high quality treble and midrange,
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I love this mixer. A fantastic cheaper option to the pioneer.Published 8 months ago by wendy hughes