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Behringer B-Control Deejay BCD3000
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«  Superb design, with everything in it! »

Published on 08/02/12 at 04:34
What characteristics have motivated your choice?

Can connect the console directly on an amp to plug a microphone and even CD players / Vynils!

For what purpose?

Use in small dances.

What instruments or systems (console, preamp, DtDs ...) the use and how you connect?

Directly connected to the PC first, on the amp on the other hand, without any other hardware.

UTILIZATION

The drivers are stable?

Excellent stability for the BCD3000, and regularly updated.

What software do you use most often?

The software supplied with the equipment, namely Traktor 3LE (LE = Light Edition)

How many tracks do you manage to record / play simultaneously?

Regarding the version 3LE, only two tracks can be used ...

GETTING STARTED

The installation is done it without problem?

Installation intuitive, fast and with many using the explanation manual.

Have you encountered any incompatibilities?

Compatible with all mainstream operating systems, it is less easy to configure the table on Linux ...

The general configuration is easy?

Very simple, intuitive, with tooltips.

The manual is clear and sufficient?

Very clear, indeed, and allowing a quick start and the immediate use of the product.

OVERALL OPINION

How long you use it?

Used in 2009, replaced by the current hardware, it still served, and still works as well as the first day!

What is so special that you love the most, least?

The +:
Design;
The opportunity to spend a large disco bar;
The XLR and RCA phono connectors;
The small box effects built;
Traktor 3LE software supplied with the machine.

The-:
Mic on one channel and not talk over;
No flightcase appropriate;
One or two bugs that really require a true disco bar.

Did you tried many other models before buying it?

The Deejay BCD2000 Behringer Control includes features similar configuration but with a harder ...

How would you rate the quality / price?

Already excellent in 2009, it is even better now, the product price has been reduced (in Belgium) by the importer!

With experience, you do again this choice?

At the time, yes, it was the best solution for the use of computers in dances without having paid big bucks for, say, the Xone: 4D ...
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