Mixers

Discussion in 'DJ's, MC's & Turntablism' started by osmosis, Jun 20, 2011.

  1. osmosis

    osmosis Member

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    Generic question but it would be nice to know all of your opinions.

    Basically I want an upgrade to a 4 channel mixer, doesn't need any effects and needs to be as cheap as damn possible as I'm tres skint yet I don't want some shitty one. £200 max. So any recommendations?

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    hyperd4eva H&M SCARVES

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    save your cash and buy something decent, 1 expensive one = 5 shitty cheaper used ones, trust
     
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    higgsy789 Compress...whatt!!

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    I have a behringer DJX750....£170 Nothing special but it does the job nicely.
    Definitely recommend checking them out
     
  5. osmosis

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    Yea i understand but its just I doubt I'll ever spend that much money on it.

    Wow that looks so similar to the DJM500.

    Are there any 4 channel mixers that are purely just the 4 channels because I already have an effect unit on my traktor.
     
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    I would save up. I shouldve bought an Allen & Heath Xone 62 with my technics, but decided to save money cuz id had a Behringer DJX700 for about 4 months. 7 Years later I Still have that piece of shit mixer and could be tearing it up with an Allen & Heath...
     
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    DTR the village idiot

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    Vestax do some good, cheap 4 channel mixers. Why do you need four channels?
     
  8. osmosis

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    Hmm thats quite convincing I guess once I've bought it I would never upgrade :/ whats so much better about it?

    I need 4 channels because I've got 2 TT's and then my mates got some CDJs so when we do partys I need 4 channels.