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Behringer DJX700 5-Channel Pro DJ Mixer with Digital Effects and BPM Counter
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The Behringer DJX700 Pro DJ Mixer will liven up your events. You get a 5-channel DJ mixer loaded with must-have groove features such as high-grade 45...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Behringer DJX700 Pro DJ Mixer will liven up your events. You get a 5-channel DJ mixer loaded with must-have groove features such as high-grade 45mm Ultraglide faders with 500,000-cycle life expectancy. Behringer's VCA (Voltage Controlled Amplifier) technology goes hand-in-hand with the faders -- the audio signal does not run directly through them; instead, the faders only provide a control voltage to the VCAs. The advantage: practically no audio noise caused by mechanical wear.
Your crowd will be astounded by the 47 breathtaking digital effect presets in 24-bit quality. They include delay, reverb, flanger, filter, panner, ultrabass, exciter, Vinylizer, voice changer, and more.
Beatmatching tracks is a cinch with the intelligent BPM counter. Features like Sync Lock and Beat Assist help you seamlessly align 2 tracks without having to rely solely on your ears.
The awesome XPQ 3-D surround function widens the stereo image and adds life and transparency to your sound.
The improved ULN (Ultra Low-Noise) preamps keep your sound clean with nothing added. You get maximum headroom, minimal noise, and ultratransparent sound.
- Professional 5-channel DJ
- High-grade 45mm Ultraglide faders with 500,000-cycle life expectancy
- VCA (Voltage Controlled Amplifier)
- 47 breathtaking 24-bit quality effects
- Effects include delay, reverb, flanger, filter, panner, ultrabass, exciter, Vinylizer, voice changer, and more
- Intelligent BPM counter
- Sync Lock and Beat Assist help you align tracks
- XPQ 3-D surround function widens the stereo image and adds life and transparency
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DO NOT expect this to be a direct replacement to a DJM-600! It isn't. What it IS a very nice, cheap, easy to use mixer. I'm on my 3rd one, so...Read complete review
DO NOT expect this to be a direct replacement to a DJM-600! It isn't. What it IS a very nice, cheap, easy to use mixer. I'm on my 3rd one, so I believe I've pretty well found all it's strong and weak points. Lets take things one at a time... Sliders. I maintain ALL of my equipment after EVERY gig. I have found (after destructing the first DJX) that you have to CLEAN and LUBE them if you expect them to last anytime. Commercial contact cleaners work fine for this. BUT over time (about 2-2 1/2 years) the top end will wear out and give "pops" at the end of the throws. Especially with the master volume. Effects. Not too shabby, who the heck uses all of the presets anyways? I only use about 5 (KAOSS RULZ!!) The on/off button breaks easy..BAD design there. What happens there is ANY rotation on the button breaks the flimsy hinge. Fix for this...open the unit, lift the top board, stick a small screwdriver in and rotate the button until the little tit is back on top of the internal micro switch. Put it back together and learn to press straight down without ANY rotation. Boards # 2 & 3 were taken apart and the hinge was reinforced with flex epoxy. No more probs on that to date! Channel bleed through. Not much you can do on that one with out replacing the rotary switches and adding a 200k resistor to each channel. WARNING!!! THIS IS NOT A HACK FOR NEWBIES!!! Earphone jack. Replace the cheap jack with a better one. Simple solder job there. Top selector switch levers. Pull the levers off and put a drop of super glue on the top of the switch itself. Keeps you from losing them! No probs with anything else that I would normally expect with a mixing board that gets USED, not babied. I use the heck out of mine, It saves the wear and tear on my '600.
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I have read all these reviews and I still went out and bought this mixer anyway. I just bought this mixer and as soon as I pluged it in, the sound quality was very...Read complete review
I have read all these reviews and I still went out and bought this mixer anyway. I just bought this mixer and as soon as I pluged it in, the sound quality was very poor. The line level inputs were very low, I had to turn the input volume up to max just to get any sound out of it. There is dead space (no sound) from the min to the center of the input volume controls. The other problem I found is I could not lower microphone volume (there was a lot of feedback because the mic volume was to high) but the only way I can turn it off was with the mic on/off switch. It also got hot under power supply. I try to exchange it at the store for another one thinking this new one I got was defective and right out of the box at the store we tested it and the next one had the same problems. I have owned other mixers and none of them ever worked this poorly. Save your money! buy a basic mixer with less features that has better quality electronics.
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This mixer is not bad but it does not hold up well. It has good sound, nice features, but the output is low. The FX are NOT GOOD! I kept mine in a Odyssey Flight Case, took care of it, used it at clubs and parties and after 8 or 9 months it just broke down on me. This mixer is good for a beginner or a bedroom DJ but it is not to be mistaken for a serious DJ mixer.
I just got this mixer a couple days ago. It works like a charm [except for the effects] effects are the only this that dont really work on this mixer. This mixer is a great bang for your buck, seriously. The EQ's are pretty good I think they work phenomenal. I suggest you read the manual first though, if you try using it like I did before reading the manual you'll get turned off in a second & want to get rid of it. It's actually a great mixer, not a pioneer or A&H but it gets the job done. As far as reliability I have yet to find out. Just take care of your baby and she'll take care of you. Remind you that this is NOT a professional top dog mixer, If you're a professional then you probably shouldnt be looking at behringer mixers. Then again IMO very few of us are actually "professionals", so you shouldnt be judging equipment form a professionals P.O.V. seeing as how you WONT be using it like a professional does. BOTTOM LINE: If you're looking for a back up or a bedroom mixer try the djx700, I like it.=]]
Disregard any negative reviews you may have read. This is a nice mixer that is easy to use and sounds surprisingly good. Why spend hundreds more on a Pioneer when this does the same thing? My only complaintsare it needs balanced (XLR) outputs for powered speakers and some of the plastic knobs are somewhat fragile. I highly recommend putting this mixer in a case or coffin to protect it. Other than that, Behringer hit the nail on the head with this mixer!
I enjoy useing this mixer! It is not a Pioneer 600 mixer but does have the same layout. MIXER- Great! 4 channels and a mic. FX- OK, only about 5 or 7 of them work well and sound good. BPM Counter- OK, most of the time you have to hit the tap button when playing breaks but with a stright beat it works very effectively. Not too heavy. Unit gets a little hot but that is only beacuse the AC is inside the mixer and not part of the power cord. KILLS- Great(the pioneer 600 mixer does not have these)! DO NOT max out master or levels or you will ruin this mixer! Keep the levels below or at the second yellow NO higher. READ THE MANUAL and you will learn a little bit more how the BPM counter and effects work! Overall Good mixer...
I own this mixer and although it has problems, such as the BPM counter Does Not Work, it has many covoted features. I could not find another mixer wiht the extensive array of effects which alot of club and mobile DJ's need. The crossfader does has alot of noise but I found that by toying with the wet dry knob you can somewhat fix this problem. If you have the cash I suggest you buy this real one , the Pioneer version. For it's price this is a great mixer.
i used this for 3 days and it got fried i sent it back and they were like yeah we will replace it blah blah then behringer sends me a new one and 6 months later the channle faders are starting to bleed and crackel this thing is noisy cheap and stupid this this is worth like 5$ i thought some of the $60 mixers i have used sucked i'd rather use any other mixer besides this one
I bought this mixer in 2005. I'm a mobile DJ and use it quite often. I thought it was a great mixer in the beginning. for about 2 months now i have to turn it on and off a few times to get it to work. The signal lights wouldn't even turn on! I am no longer going to use this mixer after it blew a main after it sent a surge threw my Crown XS900 and won't reproduce low frequencies out the master! I have all professional gear (Denon, Crown, Sony, DBX)and heard this was a good mixer so i thought i'd give it a try(and save about a Grand compared to the pioneer). After being embarrassed at my last event this is going into the trash and is not worth the money.Good luck with this mixer but i wouldn't waste your time with it. Get a quality mixer!! My cheap Gemini mixer that i got in 2004 is working great, haha.
I think for the $$$ it's the best mixer on the market! I have had NO TROUBLE with ANY of the faders. The XPQ knob DOES leave a little to be desired. The Effects work WONDERFUL...the only people who would EVER complain about the effects are NOVICE USERS! People always want to turn the EFFECTS WAYYYYYYYYYYYY up. It's not necessary because the EFFECTS ARE SENSITIVE! Get Features Great bargain GREAT MIXER ALL AROUND! I like it!
This is obviously a generic version of the Pioneer. It's a little more rugged and the basics are great. However, the BPM usually doesn't register anywhere close to the truth. The XPQ is unnoticable unless you are in a large venue. And the effects would be better with a parameter control instead of sectioned out by quarter notes and the wet/dry knob is only good 1/2 way. Although you have to really get to know the extent of this mixer, it is a fairly good mixer at a great price. I've had higher priced, more popular mixers that haven't lasted as long or done as much as this could.
if you're a dj on a small budget like i was, then this is probably going to be your first pick. although most of the effects dont work all that well and the bpm counter is always off. The sound leaks and the xfader doesnt cut all that sharp but due to my small budgets, this is the best mixer i could have gotten. it really isnt as bad as i just made it seem.