- It is rack mountable and has a standard size (eg to put next to the turntables Technics SL 1200 or 1210 or the MKII Pro Numark TT)
- 2 channels for each channel with a phono input, an auxiliary input andTHE over USB
- It lacks only one XLR input for mic DJ (6.3mm Jack plug here)
- Which is also the cross fader is adjustable and very accurate scratches to excellent (excellent for making crab and flare, very flexible) but we feel it is very fragile (in plastic)
- There is no effect available (I think it took to buy the DXM06 in this case)
- When connecting the PC directly above the table acts as a sound card (for output) but also a digital input with virtually no extraneous noise audible
- It is usually with a pretty design clase
- It is very instinctive to use, a fairly standard and standard modular
- There was no manual with (???? I wonder where did it go?) But all it is used as mixers professional standard
- Embarrassment when the microphone is often used because it is the micro front, the manufacturer should have put it behind with the output for headphones.
- What is nice is that it is very light (weight)
- The problem is that the plastic faders and crossfader seems to be fragile.
The sound is acceptable, we have used several times on stage and the rendering is almost excellent except for the noise of mass plates (but then I think it must come from the decks?) There is a little out of breath at that master is pushed to the bottom.
The equalizer allows you to "killer" frequencies (if not kill function)
I use it for 6 months
- USB input and output
- The original design rather
- The weight
- Easy to use
- The coach listening L1-L2/Master
- The entry of micro embarrassment for regular use of it
- The keys of faders, the crossfader and the equalizer seems to be fragile
- The crossfader is not digital so there should be a replacement for 30 euros
For scratcher, you will have the feel of using a PRO-SM1 crossfader but with the PRO-SM3 this table could have been perfect. I think she is better than SH-DJ for the world championship. Numark is still quite powerful in terms of mix.
For the price, I was more than satisfied if he was around 100 to 130euros for services provided.
With experience, I would choose the PRO-SM3 or otherwise Numark DXM06 of a Pioneer.
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ebola's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
The DXM01 USB is a nice little table, rack, design aesthetics. The curve of the cross is adjustable, which is significant, the cross itself is flexible enough for low-end hardware we can say we have a cross in the correct use, even if it cute rather moderately. Its uniqueness is of course the USB input, but the half-disappointment. So yes, we can very simply s'enrengistrer pc and can play an MP3 on a tract, but the very low volume! S'enrengistrer If you want a little strong, saturated ca! So for s'enrengistrer in live ca not do that! Ditto if you want to play an MP3, you must reduce the volume otherwise it saturates and the sound comes out more ... If such mishaps occur live, I will not tell the drama. But if not, s'enrengistrer in his room is perfect.
I use it mainly for hip hop and scratch, easy to handle.
The black dot in the table: The sound quality is quite poor, the breath is quite important. The EQ is the biggest failure of this table, including bass. I am very disappointed in the side, suddenly the table is proscribed for playing electronic music. Again, we find that the material is very limited.
All is not, however, lay on the table. I will say it is perfect for beginners, including scratch, or for simple (living room, DVD / stereo) but that any dj will require a little limited by the fast stuff ...
If it is a matter of budget, I think it is wiser to 200 euros more and be able to type in the vestax or ecler.
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ongaku2's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
I think everything has been said level characteristics.
as compared to a conventional mixer are the USB ports that are recognized as independent external sound card with a PC, it can both record and play simultaneously on each port.
The connections are all RCA.
and not built-in effects or even depart or return.
This is a battle mixer so everything is simple, no fuss!
The cross fader is good eet supports uses scratch because of that curve adjustable. It cut a lot in any case I am satisfied now that the rest of the midrange.
no adjustable curve for upfaders
The equalizer is a good bill
in short, a good entry-level mixer for scratching
The big plus is being able to mix the digital directly via USB ports
and register or you can easily convert your vinyl to digital format.
I've never used on a big sound system
but on low power amp it's going, not a breath of his faithful.
The equalizer is not 100% perfect but that price I expected.
Uses three months
I like the direct USB connection to PC
I have a DM950 and I was happy before I could scratch
value for very very Honorable price I got for my money
My mistake was to start with a DM950 today I probably would start with ca.
Now I have a Tascam XS8 is the high end when we see the same difference.
But to start without ruining what I think is perfect