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Behringer DJX400
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2-Channel Mixer from Behringer belonging to the Pro Mixer series.

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  • farfa86farfa86

    Behringer DJX400Published on 06/13/06 at 08:45
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - Special DJ Mixer
    - 2-Way / 5 Starters
    - 2 Phono, 2 Lines, 1 Micro
    - Low, mid, Treble by
    - Gain Channel
    - Crossfader Curve
    - Crossfader 500 000 Operations
    - Effect Kill 32dB
    - Previewing and by General
    - Surround
    - 2 BPM Counters
    - Timing indicator
    - Send / Return Effect
    - 1 Master and 1 Output Output Reg.
    - RCA connectors

    UTILIZATION

    Simple manual functions easily accessible

    SOUNDS

    Equalizer moderately effective

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought this mixer last December to start mixing results after 5 months fader and crossfader hs when I used very little balance 32euro the cross fader and the fader 23 (review of racing is better buy one…
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    - Special DJ Mixer
    - 2-Way / 5 Starters
    - 2 Phono, 2 Lines, 1 Micro
    - Low, mid, Treble by
    - Gain Channel
    - Crossfader Curve
    - Crossfader 500 000 Operations
    - Effect Kill 32dB
    - Previewing and by General
    - Surround
    - 2 BPM Counters
    - Timing indicator
    - Send / Return Effect
    - 1 Master and 1 Output Output Reg.
    - RCA connectors

    UTILIZATION

    Simple manual functions easily accessible

    SOUNDS

    Equalizer moderately effective

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought this mixer last December to start mixing results after 5 months fader and crossfader hs when I used very little balance 32euro the cross fader and the fader 23 (review of racing is better buy one it will cost almost as expensive). bpm over the counter Architect is necessary here to make it "beautiful". Very disappointed with this purchase .....
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  • fa-x2fa-x2

    Behringer DJX400Published on 09/12/07 at 06:49
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I do not if it's rack!
    It has 2 channels (small advantage the phono inputs are transformed into line between), it has an effects loop for connecting a module and an RCA recording!
    The connections are RCA-type except for the headphone and microphone jacks are 6.5mm type
    There is no selection effect (yes one, XPQ surround but I do not concidere as an effect but as a second master (volume table).
    The table has an automatic BPM counter very practical, it comes with keys and SyncLock beatassistant.Ces functions are quite complex to understand at first but once the system is taken into the hand really very useful! The only downside, always use the buttons beatassistant because the counter…
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    I do not if it's rack!
    It has 2 channels (small advantage the phono inputs are transformed into line between), it has an effects loop for connecting a module and an RCA recording!
    The connections are RCA-type except for the headphone and microphone jacks are 6.5mm type
    There is no selection effect (yes one, XPQ surround but I do not concidere as an effect but as a second master (volume table).
    The table has an automatic BPM counter very practical, it comes with keys and SyncLock beatassistant.Ces functions are quite complex to understand at first but once the system is taken into the hand really very useful! The only downside, always use the buttons beatassistant because the counters are not very fast.

    UTILIZATION

    The general configuration is extremely simple, just need to start mixing! Have operation includes the first look!
    The functions are very easily accessible, are pots are a great location and enough space.
    The manual contains will need it is very clear, well detailed.

    SOUNDS

    The table is fairly transparent, there is no crackling or other gene that crackling sound clarity.
    I can tell you that I push the table back of a volume and I is not heard a breath or a high noise at very low!
    The equalizer is quite effective, intends to have the gain in the midrange and treble but the bass can be lacking a little punch but nothing kills mechant.Les are interesting!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a month!
    The particular feature I like most about the ease of its use and BPM counters are very useful! The least .... ba can be a small selection of effects and this table would be perfect, but t Does it have more expensive too, must choose ... If anything blame!
    I tried a numark DM950 and 1050 I find it terrible, the crossfader of the two table is not very accurate and I prefer the design of the behringer!
    The report qualitprix is ​​excellent, tried to find a table of this quality with so much to see more options for the same price! Difficult is not it?
    With the same budget without eSite yes!
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  • FouksFouks

    Behringer DJX400Published on 01/12/09 at 19:21
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    No rack.
    2-way
    non-eq parameter
    XPQ surround effect (which I find unnecessary personal but not purchased this table for the effects)

    UTILIZATION

    Gnrale very simple configuration
    fontions very accessible
    manual very clear and sufficient
    just a peti BMOL bpm counters which are useless for me to mix in the high tempo (it recognizes ke maximum 160 bpm) and even kan we mix the 130 bpm they are useless in gn ral because very little specific on

    SOUNDS

    Breath yes, but not standard presents
    -32 +12 dB equalizer basic basic but more or less effective

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a year and a half intensment to mix drum n bass
    what I like least: nothing…
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    No rack.
    2-way
    non-eq parameter
    XPQ surround effect (which I find unnecessary personal but not purchased this table for the effects)

    UTILIZATION

    Gnrale very simple configuration
    fontions very accessible
    manual very clear and sufficient
    just a peti BMOL bpm counters which are useless for me to mix in the high tempo (it recognizes ke maximum 160 bpm) and even kan we mix the 130 bpm they are useless in gn ral because very little specific on

    SOUNDS

    Breath yes, but not standard presents
    -32 +12 dB equalizer basic basic but more or less effective

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a year and a half intensment to mix drum n bass
    what I like least: nothing really major has no default report
    what I love most: the price
    exprience I would do with this choice is not bad for beginners
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