Thoughts on the Behringer DJX750 ?

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  1. Con

    Con Others call me Phraze

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    Riisu Not the Preacher Man

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    the plague.
     
  3. mattyb_999

    mattyb_999 DJ Laize

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    Great feedback there mate...:rolleyes:
     
  4. Do0Bs

    Do0Bs Fo Shizzle Dizzle

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    Never had one myself, but had a play on one in HTFR and felt cheap as fook.

    Ppl on here reckon they break within a couple of weeks aswell so I would stay away bro

    Have a look at numark or gemeni
     
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    Alexi Drench Audio

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    I own one, and if you NEED 4 channels and don't have any extra money to invest in a mixer then it's a good choice, if you only need two or three channels then there is a lot better quality mixers for a similar price.

    It does the job and I really wanted 4 channels and only had £100 but it is a really cheap DJM800 copy, so if you can put a little bit more money into your budget you'll get a lot more out of a mixer
     
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  7. Con

    Con Others call me Phraze

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    Cheers guys, Had a deal on a pioneer djm 800 but it fell through :( , And the cheapest substitute was this mixer :). Not really interested in the effects but how are they alexi?.

    And yes i am looking for a 4 channel mixer

    Cheers for the posts people !
     
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    I hardly use the fx, but I spose its nice to know I have them, they never really seem to work effectivly but I've never really used effects on more expensive mixers to compare them with

    the tempo based ones such as echo don't work with DNB, because the bpm counter only goes up to 160, so play anything higher than that around 175 and the echo or delay will just run at 160, so make your mix clang with off beat echoed and delayed kicks and snares
     
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    My mate has one and they aint too bad for the money to be fair. The sound quality aint the best but in all fairness its cheap. The FXs are fucking appalling, not even worth playing with. Build quality leaves a lot to be desired but if you look after it, i'm sure it'll be ok for a year or so (y)

    In essence; get saving for when this will inevitably die!
     
  10. Con

    Con Others call me Phraze

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    Great just what i needed to know, I guess a 4 channel mixer is not a must have im just looking to the future, 3 channels would be fine so has anyone got any suggestions for a quality 3 channel mixer around £160 ?

    cheers
     
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    i have one of these now, after my 700 broke (i got this as a replacement). its an improvement on the 700, feels slightly better built, although still not amazing. i bought it coz i wanted the effects and the 700 was in my price range. i have to say the effects on this are better - if you spend half an hour playing with them you quickly sus out how to use them. still needs a proper hpf tho.

    in all an improvement on the original. and not bad for the money. looks cool in black aswell.
     
  12. Con

    Con Others call me Phraze

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    Still looking around for a bloody mixer !, Any shouts would be nice, Looking for a 3 or 4 channel, good quality and around £150 - £200

    Cheers
     
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    Riisu Not the Preacher Man

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    as in, avoid like....

    pretty much sums up any behringer product.
     
  14. Donkey1

    Donkey1 2centcrackwhore

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    Yeah, DO NOT BUY Behringer! Ever...For any reason. The quality is shit. Meaning:

    The quality is shit. The quality is shit. The quality is shit. The quality is shit. The quality is shit. The quality is shit. The quality is shit. The quality is shit. The quality is shit. The quality is shit. The quality is shit. The quality is shit. The quality is shit. The quality is shit. The quality is shit.


    Therefor: The quality is shit. :D
     
  15. DJ Summit

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    i started off mixing with one of those. for begginers its fine, but compared to the club standard mixers the effects suck! bpm counter doesnt really work (i have a sticker with the fx channels over it because selecting a effect is a nightmare without those numbers)

    linefaders and eq feels woobly and the eq doesnt kill at all, just brings down to -32db or +12

    ill get a xone 22 as soon ive got the money!
     
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    Best mixer i've ever used.. The club standard
     
  17. Joey AdhD

    Joey AdhD sweaty scouser

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    bad news mate...swerve it bro...everything about them are cheap and shit.
     
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  19. muzzadj

    muzzadj POW!

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    Underated imo, havnt had massive experience with them, but when i've used them they've been ok and never seen one break!
     
  20. muzzadj

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    Key point in that last post is probably that i havnt had massive experience with them!