Behringer DJX700 mixer
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martino10    posted on 03-02-2009 01:06
Hey, does anyone else have any problems with their mixer?
Mine has a constant buzzing that gets louder the longer it is switched on.
Sounds like it is more an?electrical problem than anything else.
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Kevlar    posted on 03-02-2009 12:00
Mabe you're having a problem with a ground loop. What devices did you attach to it? Try plugging them into an ungrounded socket and see if the buzzing stops.
viva_la_bram    posted on 03-02-2009 13:11
If your djing with tt you have to ground them at your mixer.
Mixt-Ape    posted on 03-02-2009 17:01
I know someone who had the exact same problem. He just bought a new mixer...
FML    posted on 03-02-2009 20:14
Well i was thinking too buy it , but i don't hope that mixer only work 1 year , im a beginner do you think this is a nice mixer or?
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TheHunter    posted on 03-02-2009 21:47
think you should buy the 750 version, i'm going to buy that one.
Kevlar    posted on 03-02-2009 21:56
Poster: Tekinq-W
Well i was thinking too buy it , but i don't hope that mixer only work 1 year , im a beginner do you think this is a nice mixer or?[/blockquote]Er is idd een nieuwe versie uit zoals TheHunter zegt; de 750. Anders is de DDM4000 ook een erg deftige mixer voor thuis. Heb hem sinds vorige week en ben er helemaal weg van Cool
 
FML    posted on 03-02-2009 21:59
the DJX700 =€189 and the DJX750=€199  Only collor diffrence or are there better technics on board?
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PaulBrugel    posted on 04-02-2009 11:03
Weet je wat me nu opvalt van de DJX 700? Als de de fader openzet, kan je hem 2/3 open zetten, geluid is zeer zacht. En in 1/3 verder komt het geluid ineens volledig door.  Maar goed, hij doet het nog bij mij Smile having fun
RiX    posted on 04-02-2009 11:10
Poster: PaulBrugel
Weet je wat me nu opvalt van de DJX 700? Als de de fader openzet, kan je hem 2/3 open zetten, geluid is zeer zacht. En in 1/3 verder komt het geluid ineens volledig door.  Maar goed, hij doet het nog bij mij Smile having fun
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Edit: Sorry, in english now:

You're right. When fading out you have to do it by the milimeter, otherwise you'll loose a channel in your mix. At the moment I (still) use this mixer at the bar where I am a dj. But I heard they got budget now for a update. So, I'm voting for a DJM or a XTC II / VIBE. The new mixer has to be hufter proof, for it's gonna be carried around pretty much...
 
User edit by RiX on 04-02-2009 @ 12:07:59 (34%)
Tomazos    posted on 04-02-2009 11:13
Poster: RiX
. Moet in elk geval mee gesleept kunnen worden en dus hufterproof zijn...[/blockquote]

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Kevlar    posted on 04-02-2009 11:58
Poster: Tekinq-W
the DJX700 =€189 and the DJX750=€199  Only collor diffrence or are there better technics on board?[/blockquote]I heard the FX unit has been updated and is fully usable now Happy, laughing
 
RiX    posted on 04-02-2009 12:09
Poster: Kevlar
I heard the FX unit has been updated and is fully usable now Happy, laughing[/blockquote]

Yes. I just read the manual at link and the effects are more like the DJM-700/800 now...
 





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