new mixer
  English Topics, DO NOT reply in other languages than English !  

shields    posted on 11-01-2008 02:22
hello i am looking to buy a new mixer for my setup , i have 200 pounds left and was wonderin if anyone could give me any idaes. may be willing to stretch my budget.

Boyd    posted on 11-01-2008 20:01
do they sold reloop in the UK? that manufacture makes good gear for a low price!
MissSalem    posted on 11-01-2008 21:25

200.00 GBP

=

264.918 EUR


Reloop is one possibility.

I would go and check on several stores, ask what they can advise you for such a budget and see which one offers the best deal.

What setup do you have now?
bastianhecker    posted on 11-01-2008 23:09
i agree with sparckless, reloop manifactures complete and quality mixers! and in my eyes they are very beautiful as well! Perhaps you could check numark too?
Boyd    posted on 12-01-2008 16:42
Thank you Misssalem for the price in €,

You can buy a reloop: www.reloop.de

Numark makes good mixers too www.numark.com
shields    posted on 12-01-2008 19:34

 my setup is 2 cdj800mk2's ,2 technics 1210's MK2 and a crappy DM2002X Mixer , which is starting to bleed sound.

i have been lookin at numark dxm09 mixer. can any1 give any info on thier performance etc.?

MissSalem    posted on 13-01-2008 07:27
Numark DXM-09

 
Numark DXM-09

3 Channel Digital DJ Mixer with Effects

The DXM09 is a digital 3-Channel DJ mixer with effects. The 100% digital circuitry provides the lowest noise floor available. Built-in look-ahead peak limiting prevents clipping and ensures the cleanest output signal at all times. The on-board effects section gives the DJ “on-the-fly” control over multiple effect parameters such as rate, beat sync, and mix intensity. The DXM09 is equipped with a premium crossfader designed for performance and reliability. Cuts and fades are completely customable with full slope control. The DXM09 offers the cleanest audio signal and the most creative options available in a tabletop mixer.

Key Features:

  • 24-bit digital mixing with noise-free digital mixing controls
  • 12 effects with beat sync tap button, wet/dry fader, rotary parameter control
  • Steep 3-band EQ with Frequency Kill
  • Frequency Kill switches for Bass, Mid, and Treble
  • 3 Phono (w/ phono defeat switch)/5 line inputs, 2 mic input with EQ
  • Replaceable assignable digital crossfader and rotary slope control
  • Split or blend cueing, PFL gain adjust with meter
  • Tone control on headphone output
  • Look-ahead peak limiting on headphone and master outputs
  • RCA record output, booth, and ¼” balanced master output
Weight: 12lbs
Dimensions: (LxWxH) 15” x 10” x 4”




If I am allowed to share my opinion with you... I would save my money for a Pioneer mixer. A DJM-400 or even the 800 if you could get one. I think that would look better between 2 CDJ-800's than the Numark.
User edit by MissSalem on 13-01-2008 @ 19:05:29 (15%)
Boyd    posted on 13-01-2008 17:32
I got a djm400, and its an really nice mixer for home.


bastianhecker    posted on 13-01-2008 20:15
you say you have 2 cdjs and 2 tt's that means that 4 channel is the best, so why don't you try the reloop rmx40 series?


  This is an old Topic

No new postings for 4.671 days.
 Post CommentThat would be 155.7 months
or a whopping 12.8 years
You might consider opening a new topic or reply anyway by pressing the green button...


88 Users online: W.i.M & 10 Guests (77 Unknown)*
Pages generated today : 19.414
Most users online this month : 1.185
Lifetime Pageviews : 182.435.961