Mixer question

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Alreet lads, looking to get a mixer around the £300 mark. Have my eye on either:

Behringer DJX900 USB pro yaddayadda
Denon DNX 1500.

Anyone used either of these? Should I just bite the bullet and cop a DJM5/600 second hand for the same amount of dough?

Cheers in advance.
 

hazdaman100

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i would prob go for the djm5 man....that behringer wont last long. Either that or hang on a lil longer and fork out for one of the bigger pieces of kit like a A+H 62 or summit
 

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I agree 100% with hazdaman100. You get what you pay for with DJ mixers, so if it means waiting a bit longer to be able to afford that proper mixer, I say hold off. When I first started out I tried to keep costs low by buying low end mixers...after three failed mixers that lasted less than combined total of 1.5 years, I wised up and went for a higher end Pioneer that has stood the test of time.

Cheers!
 
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Yeh definately look for a second hand Pioneer or Allan and Heath, as said the parts are cheap and they'l last, but if buying a pioneer, its definitely worth spending extra time hunting/money and get at least a DJM 700, anything below that has the effects and stuff, but lacks in sound quality, especially at high levels. DONT GET THE BEHRINGER!
 

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second hand ecler, xone or urei ftw.

I bagged myself an ecler nuo 3.0 for £300 of fleabay a while back. Saw a NUO 4 inc flight case for £250 after that :(

Its the first mixer ive ever bought, and will probably be the last.
 
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