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alrite people, my mixers cross fader is now buggered as it is only a cheap numark one, does anyone have any suggestions of what mixer i should get, i want one which will be robust and with good eq's, with a price range of a few hundred pounds:shrug:
 

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Exactly how many 100s of pounds, mate? Two channel or three or four? Normal mixing or scratching or normal with a little scratching?

Oh and you do know you can replace your cross fader? A new one is not going to be as expensive as a new mixer.
 

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Exactly how many 100s of pounds, mate? Two channel or three or four? Normal mixing or scratching or normal with a little scratching?

Oh and you do know you can replace your cross fader? A new one is not going to be as expensive as a new mixer.
looks like he wants to upgrade maybe
 
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i think i would wanna upgrade, i have not got into scratching yet so its for straight up mixin at the moment, i would like three channels and i would spend up to 4 hundred chips on it. ive heard that the allen and heath xone series are good
 

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The Xones are good, but the only one you'll get for 400 is the 32 (brand new). Personally I'd go for an Ecler Nuo3 in that price range :)
 

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i think i would wanna upgrade, i have not got into scratching yet so its for straight up mixin at the moment, i would like three channels and i would spend up to 4 hundred chips on it. ive heard that the allen and heath xone series are good
A new Allen&Heath mixer is out of your price range but you can get an used one.

Ecler Nuo3 = good.
 
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I'm using a Stanton SA3. Not the most expensive mixer or the most hi-tech but at less than £150 it's a sturdy little bastard and the x-fader takes a pounding.
 
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