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Advantages: Smooth faders, very versatile, large buttons, knobs, decent size Disadvantages: Price, no digital inputs, only suitable for rackmount.
GENERAL A very good effort from DENON, this mixer is highly durable, and very versatile. The mixer has an eight channel matrix, which allows you to assign any input to a fader of your choice. The mixer has a mic EQ Panel, allowing you to change voi ...
Advantages: Low/Mid/High Gain & Kill + Phono/Line Switching Disadvantages: 2 channels, set-up can be challenging.
The DM-1002 MKII is a solid and good mixer for beginning DJ's. Everything from the stylish design, to the ease of use - is something that makes the mixer normally a join to use. Being able to output to master and record gives the mixer a helpful capabil ...
Advantages: Solid construction, Versatile, top class sound, feels great, Looks stunning. Disadvantages: Expensive, Could do with headphone cue levels on each channel.
When I bought the DJM500 back in 1998, I was blown away by It's Technical advancements. over the years I have Played on Its successors, and Now the clubs I Play In mostly have the DJM800 installed, however the Allen and Heath range has managed to find its ...
Advantages: small, easy to use, effects Disadvantages: not the cheapest
the DXM06 is my favorite Numark mixer.
In this nice little 24bit digital mixer, you get everything you would expect from a mixer.
there are 2 phono inputs and 3 line/ cd inputs, 2 out puts master and record.
Full high, mid, low trim and kill switches t ...