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Behringer DDM4000
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Behringer DDM4000
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pierreblc91 pierreblc91

«  For now, excellent! »

Publié le 06/12/10 à 10:00
Value For Money : Excellent
For the basic features, read the manual.

The subwoofer output with adjustable low-pass cutoff frequency is great, especially since it is possible to filter out the main high pass is ideal for not burn out its satellites for example.

Double box end, that's great too, but we can not put the 2nd effect on the first, let me explain: Unable to filter an echo (echo only) with the other box effects such (unlike the pioneer from djm700), even if possible, when adding the echo effect, to choose only MID or HI or LOW, or combinations of these 3 parameters, but it is less class is a filter in which we change the cutoff ...

On the effects yet, there are many who are "unusable" for my taste, it's too toy .. but the principal still very much set.

On the mic, it makes the effects of madness = D but it seems to me that the microphone has a gain too high, even at minimum means into the microphone ..

UTILIZATION

General configuration ... so there, when you get the table, its scary! but after 3 minutes of use we realize that the many buttons are there to make our lives easier, but it remains gadget, except you have more than a finger because you can press a button without having to turn the knobs ..

In this review, I would not call it MIDI because I understand nothing.
I do not speak of the sampler, because I do not use it in mixes, but it is relatively easy to use, at least he seems.

The manual is very clear, everything easily.

All the usual functions are easily accessible.

If I have one regret about using this table is on its headphone poorly studied, but I stuck the wire between the table and the deck right, his pass.

The "it glows in the dark is a garland say it's horrible," bah I do not think it's so horrible as that.

SOUNDS

The equalizer is sublime, at least, there is no sound, and any cutoff frequencies are adjustable!

Of breath, with plates, I have no .. When I plug my computer, but it's fear ... I am with her my stanton table as well, and also with a DJM700, we can not deliver the blame on the DDM4000 (land problem apparently at my computer).

Edit: On RCF ART 312A, it introduces a lot of breath, probably had the greatest power in the acute than my previous speakers .. So I drop the note from October to June because the tables and even pioneer stanton M.201 introduce no breath on that kind of speakers .. And the spirit in service, it's still annoying ..

OVERALL OPINION

I use it only for a month, I can not say anything about the quality and longevity of components.

I try, then, gemini, numark, stanton pioneer DJM600 and DJM700.

The peculiarities that I love most: price, use the connectivity
The specifics I like least: No true filter effects (see top), headphone jack misplaced, breath, here.

The value for money, not to mention longevity because I know nothing, bah I do not think there is no better ..

With experience, so she slams fast, I will not go that choice, otherwise, may be the most promising material for safety, but I hope it will not for years that I have to redo a choice . If I were the flying, with my current budget, although I will ever be the choice.
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