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Average Score:3.7( 3.7/5 based on 3 reviews )
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FP User10/31/2008

FP User's review

Numark DM2002X
It has Kill Switches and a Cue master select rotary knob. There no pan per level or on the master, but a lot of mixers don't have this.

Price paid: $340


I didn't reed the manual, and I believe this wasn't necessary. It is easy to use . The eq level meters don't work very well. You better listen to the music instead of elying on these meters. Furthermore I have some records for which I can't adjust the gain controls enough. They still sound to soft with the gain all the way open. I don't know if I can blame the Numarks for this.

It is sturdy enough to use at a gig. The only thing that suffered my three years of abuse is the Xfader. The button/ knob sometimes goes flying when I scratch, leaving me with just the metal stick. When I just got it one of the kill switches got stuck internally, leaving me with no Bass all the time. Sometimes I still wonder if the reparation of this has effected the sound quality of that channel.


This is the first and only mixer I have ever owned. So I can't compare it with anything. I have used other mixers, but this was also on different zound systems. It's sounds good. But perhaps other mixer sound a lot better


Since I can't really compare it to anything else I don't know how much I love it. When I get a new mixer. I will know if I miss my Numark.

Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
Posted by: Unknown (January 1-, 2003)
FP User10/31/2008

FP User's review

Numark DM2002X
All necessary features are all present. Kill switches are welcome extra. Aux send but no aux return.

Price paid

$ 150


Very easy to use. Good manual but almost no need to use it. Its a beginners mixer with very intuitive layout.


Nice and clear sound. Lots of headroom. Not bad at all but when compared to more upscale mixers midrange could be better.


Crossfader had to be replaced after a year. This is not a scratch mixer. Backpanel connections move a little when you connect or deconnect. Nobs are well built. Some inside hum appears from time to time.

Overall this is a good mixer to learn the basics (except for scratching : lack of quality of fader). As soon as you master those basic skill its time to move further. I'm selling mine now and am looking for a Rane Empath or Stanton.

Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
Posted by: Unknown (January 1-, 2003)

Squig's review(This content has been automatically translated from French)

Numark DM2002X
Console rack, pramplifie, mine is chrome.
3-way, a master, a booth (back cabin, you can plug the speakers in addition to the headphone, ca is always), a send.

For the first route was the choice between a phono / mic and the jack (6.35) and for others it is between two phono / line and the.
All RCA connectors are on the front there is a microphone jack between 6.35 and headphone jack same.
Three-band EQ (T, Med, Low) with a kill each and loupiote that indicates when the kill is Inrush (tree practice!)
No built-in effects, volume control for headphones and a CUE button.

For there is a crossfader reverse switch for channels 2 / 3 to 3 / 2. I personally made the electro / tech trance ca is not too much, cross over the two small lights indicate the beats (bass). Practice for the techno, much less for the acid jazz.

Vu-meter nice top and his right to immedia 12V BNC
Basically there is everything you need, and this is just fine.


All is well place, space to move at all without interfering with other channels.
The pots look good, they resist a little, but without interfering. Proof of the solidity and precision I think.
Nothing to say.


ALRS we will start with the equalizer. Without DCON to beginners, I was a bit like turning a handle, and a top speed .. but not must not. It is effective, it moves up a notch and it's already too much. Any fawn must always be careful with the equalizer, may screw up one evening, but it is OK. Dnature not too sound.

Otherwise the rest with all the possibilities of Bracher, one can find happiness without problem.
The music goes trpassent and ears.


I bought a friend of a friend with a TT100 and bin no problem for the past 5 months.

I was looking for something to start the mix and the more I can make me a surround system just with that! )
No seriously it is ideal to start and even for a second console, when we control a bit and that not a lot of money is good too.
The look is simple, classic but gives an impression of solid and it does.

A friend also in the mix, he dug into Numark and I did the same for some comparison I could have, and I have no regrets.