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Numark DXM Pro

2-Channel Mixer from Numark .

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" SCRATCH! BUT THAT ..."

Numark DXM ProPublished on 11/13/13 at 16:57
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Numark I remember was released at the time after the mythic PRO SM, the DXM Pro.
All features are on rules of the previous reviews so I would short

To do a quick tour of this mixer, there is all the necessary outputs, optical sound output fader and cross fader interchangeable black dress on red background, very aggressive, apart from small plastic substrates under the table buttons rather successful and accurate.

I remember being gone buy studio speakers and the seller had managed its additional sales conseilllant add me to the table and more! He has not done badly finnallement!

UTILIZATION

It is safer compared to new mixers with integrated RANE Serato guy ... etc. we are a......
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Numark I remember was released at the time after the mythic PRO SM, the DXM Pro.
All features are on rules of the previous reviews so I would short

To do a quick tour of this mixer, there is all the necessary outputs, optical sound output fader and cross fader interchangeable black dress on red background, very aggressive, apart from small plastic substrates under the table buttons rather successful and accurate.

I remember being gone buy studio speakers and the seller had managed its additional sales conseilllant add me to the table and more! He has not done badly finnallement!

UTILIZATION

It is safer compared to new mixers with integrated RANE Serato guy ... etc. we are a bit in an intermediate time when manufacturers were betting more on originality on réeles technological inovations but it goes with Serato comfortable.
It is easy to use, pretty solid, ideal for transport in the evening rehearsal or with friends to make scratch evenings ... short of that point of view it is functional, not need the manual and it does its job well.

SOUNDS

The level that is where I had a pleasant surprise. Aside from the time a good day mixer technics nothing on the market was outstanding. To mix Pro SM fatigaient very fast, Vestax have been I amais tables for mixing but for scratching ... I find it as quickly saturating especially for me who started mixing in a time when Ragga HipHop RNB were glad some evenings. This Numark has quite impressed by the sound quality and duration in performance. The mix (old vinyls in please!) Revellaient is accurate enough and melted like nutella on a hot pancake. She has been the first to give an impression of a digital table scratcher the former where the others live analog left after one year of use.

Scratch that level remains the Numark ie a little nag at the beginning and then have found the accuracy gradually to techniques there 10 years so kind flair. For scratching DRUM today boomerang, etc. Autobahn size cross and fluidity does not really help. I would say it is a table of the time or you saw them produce 40,000 DJ MIX tape or RNB HIP HOP ... Today deejay'ing is not it .. it evolved.

OVERALL OPINION

Personally I've had it for 7 years and not vraimment moved, I have changed the cross once maybe. Anyway I suggest rather the djs (or Djettes) seeking an effective cheap table, sturdy, functional, and still relevant if you do like the sound of Hip Hop RNB 2000s.
Look up the functionality of this table is a very Hip Hop, and even if it has been designed to make it more fun ... scratch that remains for me a very good restaurant to mix and it is there .. . the surprise. Scratcher for beginners who do not have too many resources and want to start quickly is ideal. For those who have a little more money I would advise you to have a 300 balls DMX PRO for mixing and evenings and a Vestax PMC 05 ... For Fools scratcher I suggest you go your way and buy a Vestax PMC 05 any and transfer the cross to fuck a Pro X Fade, you'll see it's magic ... And for those who want to try the DMC or who can afford to spend lavishly .. . buying an existing table that you ... that is a little or is the interest of the purchase of this table. It was ten years ago (oh the memories!) I would have been a 9/10 today is more of a 7/10 and it's not frowned upon that market currently offers.
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Numark DXM ProPublished on 03/17/05 at 13:03
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Too much good food. is the replacement for the PPD01 without effect (ca screwed up a full tube !!!).
for that price plus ca well worth the stroke (table DMC used in competition!)

UTILIZATION

I find it a bit small, but each his own

SOUNDS

No idea

OVERALL OPINION

Good food
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Numark DXM ProPublished on 01/24/06 at 08:08
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I take the characteristics of this news (https://fr.audiofanzine.com/news/index 2Cid_news%%% 2C52283% 2Cnews 2Csiel-numark dxm-pro.html-).

* Cross fader interchangeable polymer with adjustable curve inversion.
* 2 Phono, 5 Line inputs, a microphone input.
* Outputs Master symmetrical monitor outputs, optical and coaxial digital outputs.
* 3-band EQ per channel with full cut
* 24-bit digital signal for sound quality copy.
* Interchangeable faders with adjustable curves and reverse.
* Peak Limiters out in advance.
* Previewing Cue by mini crossfader with tone control.

UTILIZATION

- The general configuration is it simple?
Yes the general configuration could not be......
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I take the characteristics of this news (https://fr.audiofanzine.com/news/index 2Cid_news%%% 2C52283% 2Cnews 2Csiel-numark dxm-pro.html-).

* Cross fader interchangeable polymer with adjustable curve inversion.
* 2 Phono, 5 Line inputs, a microphone input.
* Outputs Master symmetrical monitor outputs, optical and coaxial digital outputs.
* 3-band EQ per channel with full cut
* 24-bit digital signal for sound quality copy.
* Interchangeable faders with adjustable curves and reverse.
* Peak Limiters out in advance.
* Previewing Cue by mini crossfader with tone control.

UTILIZATION

- The general configuration is it simple?
Yes the general configuration could not be simpler, that's what I liked.

- The usual functions are they easily accessible?
Absolutely. Note the lack of balance on the table.

I would like to add my opinion on the mnicrossfader for mixing tracks in the headphones. This is the black point of the table (for me), this "mini crossfader" is not really solid (though I'm kind of careful and quite tricky with the stuff).
I use this table for four months (not in heavy use, small techno mixes from 2 to 3 hours at home in some irregular) and I am entitled for some time to false contacts when listening in the headphones . Of course in a mix that is very annoying and the problem is getting worse. So SAV back for repair.
The crossfader and faders are in turn much stronger than minicrossfader.

Also there is no balance on the table. For simple installation with little equipment, turntables, mixer, amp and speakers, not to the scale can be really annoying but it's a personal opinion.

SOUNDS

- The console is transparent?
I use it in a techno HiFi installation, I think the sound is slightly muffled, but I'm not experienced enough to rate a really clear.

- Introduced she breath?
It has never shocked, and my listeners (tested in a Technics headphones and JM Lab of HP and Infinity), but the table must surely introduce a very light wind.

- The equalizer is effective?
Quite the equalizer are good qualities, that's what I was looking particularly good at this point .. In terms of total break I confirm it works on hair.

OVERALL OPINION

- How long have you use it?
I use it for four months. Mix techno only.

- What is so special that you like most and least?
Plus, the quality of the equalizer and, I admit, aesthetics.
(S) less, the fragility of minicrossfader for headphones, the inversions of the faders that (for me) are useless.

- Have you tried many other models before buying it?
I started there eight years on a Gemini (a very old low-end table), I tried an Ecler Smac Pro20 and I had an Ecler Smac Pro4 (good stuff).

- How would you rate the quality / price?
Relatively correct, for there can be little more better.

- With experience, you do again this choice?
Not that table was a little disappointed at the sight of the price I expected something a bit beefier. If it again, in roughly the same price I would take again in a Rodec Mixbox MKII for use techno of course.
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Numark DXM ProPublished on 08/15/06 at 03:18
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The ultimate mix Hip-Hop 2-way professional (for the price / quality ratio)
- Cross fader interchangeable polymer (ultra-long lifetime).
- With adjustable curve inversion
- 2 Phono, 5 Line inputs, 1 mic
- 3-band EQ per channel with full cut
- 24-bit digital signal for sound quality copy.
- Interchangeable faders with adjustable curves and reverse.
- Limiting peak in output in advance.
- Previewing Cue by mini crossfader with tone control.
- Master outputs symmetrical monitor outputs, optical and coaxial digital outputs.
- 4 outputs

UTILIZATION

- The general configuration is simple and intuitive.
- The usual functions are easily accessible.
- The manual is......
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The ultimate mix Hip-Hop 2-way professional (for the price / quality ratio)
- Cross fader interchangeable polymer (ultra-long lifetime).
- With adjustable curve inversion
- 2 Phono, 5 Line inputs, 1 mic
- 3-band EQ per channel with full cut
- 24-bit digital signal for sound quality copy.
- Interchangeable faders with adjustable curves and reverse.
- Limiting peak in output in advance.
- Previewing Cue by mini crossfader with tone control.
- Master outputs symmetrical monitor outputs, optical and coaxial digital outputs.
- 4 outputs

UTILIZATION

- The general configuration is simple and intuitive.
- The usual functions are easily accessible.
- The manual is clear enough. (No need of manual)

SOUNDS

- No.
- No breath perceived.
- Perfect (but personally I would have preferred 3 / 4 of green LED + 1 / 4 red LED).

OVERALL OPINION

- I use it for about four months.
- The more: quality / price ratio, the cross-fader and design: nikel! The least: add USB ports!
- My preference is for the Ecler Hak 360 and The Vestax pmc-08 pro (but not playing in the same game price!)
- The quality / price ratio is perfect: Can not beat that! (400 euro!)
- With the experience I remake this choice for quality / price ratio, but I still prefer much the ECLEER Hak 360 and The Vestax pmc-08 pro (envore but once you do not play in the same game price! !)
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  • Manufacturer: Numark
  • Model: DXM Pro
  • Category: 2-Channel Mixers
  • Added in our database on: 12/16/2004

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