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    Hello DJTT,

    I have a DJM 800 but was looking for a small 4+ channel mixer (also very cheap) something with an XLR or 1/4' out to plug in my speakers without adapters

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    Well dependent on cost, there are a few options. What about a Behringer DDM4000? It might have a bit more going on than you might need (having a DJM-800) but it does come in at a much lower pricepoint.
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    well i dont need a replacement for the djm 800

    i just need a small cheap mixer that i dont care if it gets messed up...like at a house party just something to not be worried about
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    Well for $355.96 (Price on Amazon.com atm, not sure what it is elsewhere) it probably isn't a terrible idea. Most 4 channel mixers start getting really expensive, really quickly.
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    Out of those two I think I like the Numark better, but not sure about quality.
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    Quote Originally Posted by photojojo View Post
    Out of those two I think I like the Numark better, but not sure about quality.
    better than the behringer for sure. i'd go with numark as a cheap solution that doesn't sound like paper

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    The numark seems nice, and it's USB...
    Check it if it's mid mapable

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    Vestax VMC004, Can't go wrong with that, nice sounding EQ for 500$

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    aint vestax brought out a reallly tiny mixer?
    djtech make small mixers all so

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