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Thread Behringer dx1000 mixer

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1 Posted on 08/28/2020 at 15:49:40
i was recently given a behringer dx1000 mixer but dont know anything about it. does anyone know what year they were manufactured?
google searched it and not much comes up. heard it was a 1980s mixer but reviews only go back as far as 2003
angelie

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2 Posted on 09/07/2020 at 10:39:36
Quote From the Beringer website

1998
PRO-MIXER DX1000
The 19" - standard. 2nd Generation still selling

Since its introduction in 1999, the DX1000 has become a favorite among thousands of working DJ’s, remix artists and club installers around the globe. As the first DJ mixer produced by Behringer, it sports extreme flexibility, an impressive feature set and uncompromising audio and build quality. Having proven itself time and time again and continuously gained popularity, it merits a place of honor in our line next to our new VMX series mixers.1998

It's not about what you got to use ....    but how you use what you got...

[ Post last edited on 09/07/2020 at 10:40:31 ]

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