Behringer djx750 - anyone owned one?
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    Default Behringer djx750 - anyone owned one?

    I need a cheap mixer (preferably 4channels with effects and full kills) and the djx750 seems to be able to do just what I need it to do.
    Now I know some of you are going to be like "Behringer- stay away" but personally, I've never had any issues with Behringer products (I own a sub and a line mixer) and haven't had any issues with them.

    But it seems to be one of the best mixers for that price range.

    Has anyone owned one?
    Does / will it do the job?

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    i have one(its not for sale)but know behringer600's bpm counter not work Accurate.and the volume of chanells starts from about half!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sparkbro View Post
    I need a cheap mixer (preferably 4channels with effects and full kills) and the djx750 seems to be able to do just what I need it to do.
    Now I know some of you are going to be like "Behringer- stay away" but personally, I've never had any issues with Behringer products (I own a sub and a line mixer) and haven't had any issues with them.

    But it seems to be one of the best mixers for that price range.

    Has anyone owned one?
    Does / will it do the job?

    Cheers guys
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    +1 on what Nicadraus says.. I owned one for 3 years and hated every minute of it..

    The effects are shocking, the EQ knobs feel like they are going to snap and go from one extreme to another. The only half decent thing is the faders and even they suck.

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    You'd probably be better off gettin the DDM4000 its a bit dearer but well worth it.

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    +1 for the DDM4K. You get a LOT of mixer for your money.
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    Hmmm.. I think for a first mixer, and for $200 i can't go too wrong... If its really that bad, ill just sell it.
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    When you figure out it's that bad and go to sell it, you'll find that you won't be able to give it away.

    Save the 200 bucks. Put it down on something else.

    I saw someone selling a DDM4k for between 20-300 bucks. Look there. Edit: You already did look there!
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    Hahaha, its just that i live in aus, and EVERYTHING is marked up. and shipping just ends up too expensive. Oh well.

    Shall see what happens.

    Thanks for the help anyway guys
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    The DDM4k is on sale for $400 at storedj.com.au if you could scrounge up the extra cash.

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