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Behringer VMX1000 Pro DJ Mixer

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The Behringer VMX1000 Pro DJ Mixer gives you super-smooth Ultraglide faders and a VCA-controlled crossfader for reliability and smooth audio performa...Click To Read More About This Product

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7-channel pro mixer with extensive connectivity and intuitive layout.

The Behringer VMX1000 Pro DJ Mixer gives you super-smooth Ultraglide faders and a VCA-controlled crossfader for reliability and smooth audio performance. Behringer's awesome XPQ stereo surround effect will give your mix an unmistakable finishing touch, and the adjustable crossfader curve lets it quickly adapt to various mixing styles. 3-band kill EQ (-32dB) with EQ on/off on stereo channels. Gain control and precise level meters on each channel. BPM counter keeps you in sync. There is also a split option and auto-talkover with separate depth and sensitivity control. The subwoofer output with adjustable crossover frequency and level control is perfect for putting some extra punch to your dance numbers. Extensive I/O includes balanced mains, mic, phone, line, aux, tape, and subwoofer connections.

FEATURES
  • Super-smooth Ultraglide faders
  • VCA-controlled crossfader
  • XPQ stereo surround effect
  • Adjustable crossfader curve
  • 3-band kill EQ (-32dB) with EQ on/off on stereo channels
  • BPM counter
  • Gain control and precise level meters on each channel
  • Auto-talkover with separate depth and sensitivity control
  • Split option
  • Subwoofer output with adjustable x-over frequency and level control
  • Connectivity includes balanced main and additional zone outputs
  • Connections include mic, phone, line, aux, tape, and subwoofer
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3.5

(based on 17 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Problem with mic inputs

I built my DJ rig myself, and was happily suprised with the low price for all the features the VMX1000Pro offered. Everything seems to work great, event after event, except for the mic...Read complete review

I built my DJ rig myself, and was happily suprised with the low price for all the features the VMX1000Pro offered. Everything seems to work great, event after event, except for the mic inputs. I simply cannot use them, as I get terrible feedback. I immediatly had to plug my mics into a small mixer, and plug that into channel 3, as I use channels 1, 2, 4, & 5 for my 2 Numark DJ CD players. I wish I could simply swap out the volume pots, but after reading the other reviews, tend to agree that perhaps it is more of a problem of being "wired to hot". Until I find another DJ mixer with all the features of the VMX1000 Pro somewhere in my price range, I will continue using my currant setup.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Garbage

I have used many mixers, both pa and Dj, and a few other Behringer products. I purchased this mixer to replace an old RadioShack 4 channel Dj mixer. Here is just a list...Read complete review

I have used many mixers, both pa and Dj, and a few other Behringer products. I purchased this mixer to replace an old RadioShack 4 channel Dj mixer. Here is just a list of complaints I had about it: the led meters are not accurate what so ever, the main outputs are XLR (which normally is a plus, but every now and then I?m not running XLRs I?m using the RCA's which are the main 2 outputs, and the master led meter is not linked to this so I had to guest mate my true output level), the slide faders are of very poor quality, and the board would max out and clip way to easily. I may just be spoiled from using high quality gear like (RADIOSHACK) - also crap (but I think it was much better than this Behringer). I have since learned from my experience and all I buy are Mackie mixers, for both Dj and pa. If you want a CHEAP piece of equipment buy this, but if you want something that is worth your money buy a Mackie.

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5.0

Great Product

By DJ Rich

from Ohio

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I purchased this mixer as a stop gap until business picked up in the fall. I was amazed at the features and the quality. Thought the other review is correct in that the gain is not always accurate, for the features and price this mixer is unbeatable! I would highly recommend this to any DJ!

 
4.0

Problem with mic inputs

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

I built my DJ rig myself, and was happily suprised with the low price for all the features the VMX1000Pro offered. Everything seems to work great, event after event, except for the mic inputs. I simply cannot use them, as I get terrible feedback. I immediatly had to plug my mics into a small mixer, and plug that into channel 3, as I use channels 1, 2, 4, & 5 for my 2 Numark DJ CD players. I wish I could simply swap out the volume pots, but after reading the other reviews, tend to agree that perhaps it is more of a problem of being "wired to hot". Until I find another DJ mixer with all the features of the VMX1000 Pro somewhere in my price range, I will continue using my currant setup.

 
4.0

great for its price

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

It is the best mixer in its price range and better than some expensive mixers. But i don't trust Behringer, but it is worth giving it a try. the leds aren't very accurate, but it helps a little because most mixers don't have leds on the gains. the talk over is great.

 
1.0

Spend a little more and be happy

By Platinum Sound

from Kansas City

At first I was happy with the mixer, but after couple dozen gigs I quickly found the bugs. The mix channels are useless, set so hot that I can't even plug in a mic without horrible feedback. My wireless mic also has to be set pretty low to not feedback. The LED's are inaccurate, and the BPM counter is laughable. The fader is okay but there is a lot of bleed through between the channels, and the volume variability between channels and tracks makes consistency a problem. I'm going to shop around and get a more reliable name in mixers and use the VMX 1000 for my backup (hopefully that means never use it again). If you are a professional DJ or making money using your mixer, spend a little more and get a mixer that will actually do what you need it to do.

 
5.0

Leaves its mark

By Jorge Arzac

from Dallas, TX

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If you have a low powered amp, you might have to turn up the volume on the lines as many may notice. But other than that the features are satisfactory. I took this to several parties and hasn't let me down, I think the Problem Bmax had was his amplifier settings.

 
1.0

Too good to be true!

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Although Behringer loaded this mixer with a ton of features and a great layout, they forgot one very important detail - SOUND QUALITY. This mixer's gain structure and signal to noise ratio are terrible. Expect lots of hiss, and widely varying volume levels. Forget the main meters, they don't even read correctly. The microphone section, although laid out nicely, is also a huge disappointment. Even with the mic level set at minimum the mic is still on hot enough to bring on feedback if you're not careful. Honestly, I'm shocked that Behringer let this one out with all these problems, since all the other Behringer equipment I own has been great. Don't waste your time on the VMX 1000.

 
5.0

Decent mixer

By d.j.davo

from columbus, ga

i use this mixer every night of the week. the only problems i have had after 2 years are, the mic is way hot, and the buttons for "mic on" keep popping off. aside from that, this mixer is a trooper! i've learned to deal with the mic situation, and a little dab of glue holds the buttons on.

 
5.0

Nice Overall Mixer

By Lohertz

from East Moline, IL

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A good mixer for almost any purpose. Faders are impressive. It does take a minute to learn, but is nice once you get the hang of it. Would recommend.

 
3.0

Mic channels useless

By MrDJbytheBay

from Alabama

Overall, the unit has a nice mix of features and I thought this would be my perfect solution; however, the mic inputs are so hot, I cannot use them. Wireless or wired, feedback is terrible! Other than that it seems to be fine.

 
5.0

I really enjoy this mixer

By tangorv

from Palm Springs CA

See all my reviews

This mixer does every thing I needed. Easy to use, good sound and features. The only issue I Have (as others have mentioned) The mice inputs are way too hot. I've been able to work around by bringing mics into another mixer (used for musicians).

 
5.0

This is Dj Rod

By dj rodney

from chicago, IL

This mixer really surprised me.I own and have owned other top of the line mixers. This mixer has great sound, what you put in comes out. Nothing is perfect, so the faders might not be up to par for some DJs. The only negative with this mixer is the signal to noise ratio. With the music off and the volume turned up you are going to have some noise. I can get by this fault because most of the time our music is up. I am really impressed.

 
1.0

Garbage

By GdhPtPfGX

from Pa

I have used many mixers, both pa and Dj, and a few other Behringer products. I purchased this mixer to replace an old RadioShack 4 channel Dj mixer. Here is just a list of complaints I had about it: the led meters are not accurate what so ever, the main outputs are XLR (which normally is a plus, but every now and then I?m not running XLRs I?m using the RCA's which are the main 2 outputs, and the master led meter is not linked to this so I had to guest mate my true output level), the slide faders are of very poor quality, and the board would max out and clip way to easily. I may just be spoiled from using high quality gear like (RADIOSHACK) - also crap (but I think it was much better than this Behringer). I have since learned from my experience and all I buy are Mackie mixers, for both Dj and pa. If you want a CHEAP piece of equipment buy this, but if you want something that is worth your money buy a Mackie.

 
2.0

Not so great

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

If you are looking for a good mixer, go with pioneer or rane, you would have no regrets. If you are on a budget, get a numark. Ive had this mixer for 3 months and it really does suck. The faders are crappy, the crossfader is ok, but overall its junk. Layout makes this mixer great, give it some time and you will loose your patience.

 
4.0

Novice mixer anyone?

By ether drift

from Minneapolis. MN

We just got one of these at the club and after working with it for a night, I can really say I don't like it. My biggest complaint is that the LED meters are totally inaccurate. Having seperate gain LEDs is great normally, but in this case you never really going to know how loud the next song is going to come in at!?!?!? On the plus side, the crossfader is nice and smooth. If you're looking for something economical for your next rig, check this out. If you're looking for something high end that is accurate...look elsewhere.

 
2.0

Pass on this one.

By Groovy Produtions

from Mesquite, NV

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Like a couple of others have mentioned, the mic channels have a predetermined gain structure which makes them useless. You can not turn your mic down enough to avoid huge amounts of feedback. There is lots of crosstalk between the CD channels. You can turn the volumes completely off on each channel and still hear both songs coming out. It is mixers like these that remind me why I always use a conventional mixer over any type of DJ mixer...they just plain work better and make way more sense.

 
4.0

looks nice, but comes with a learning curve

By D. Knight

from Colorado Springs, CO

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Has a ton of features, but there is a large volume level disparity between the line level sources and the microphones. I'll have the faders at 10 for the line levels, but can't turn the mic potentiometer past 1 or 2. This makes setting the amplifier level a little tricky (and I have to be much more careful about speaker placement as to avoid feedback). Still, this mixer does ten times more than others in its price range. If you're on a budget, it's a good pickup.

 
3.0

Depends

By Soundsations

from Edmonton

I bought this mixer just to try it out because it had lots of features for it's price. It is definitely true, you get what you pay for. It does put out some hiss over powered speakers, but I can deal with this as guests at my events don't seem to notice. The worse problem is the Mic volume controls. I can't turn the levels past 1 without getting feedback, so I have to be careful. I find the sound output from the line channels very good. For my purposes (mostly DJ'ing weddings), this mixer will do fine

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