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    Default Small mixer recommendations.

    What's the smallest footprint mixer you can think of that has:

    1: 2 channels
    2: USB soundcard
    3: Mic input (XLR or 1/4")

    It has to have all 3 of the above features... simply must have those 3. Just 2 of the 3 will not suffice.

    Something like the A&H 23c or even better the AKAI AMX or Reloop Mixtour.
    The smaller the better. It will be used with Traktor.
    Preferably a 'DJ mixer' in format but anything considered as long as it is a table top design. No rack stuff.

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    There isn't going to be much in that space. Look at the Behringer Xenyx range, maybe? Studio mixer, but there are some with USB and small footprint. Probably smaller than a DJ mixer.
    A&H Xone:62 | 2 x NI Kontrol X1 MK2 | 2 x 1210s | TSP2 | Audio 10 | Apple Macbook Pro 13 inch | Sennheiser HD7 DJ | Ableton Push
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    Yeah I have a small Xenyx (somewhere) but it doesn't have USB. There's also Alesis and a few others in the running.
    I saw this which would be perfect but I can't find one in the UK...

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    Pioneer djm 250mk2?
    Don't think there's anything better than Xone 23c.

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    A&H Xone:62 | 2 x NI Kontrol X1 MK2 | 2 x 1210s | TSP2 | Audio 10 | Apple Macbook Pro 13 inch | Sennheiser HD7 DJ | Ableton Push
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    I have a bigger version of that one. Unfortunately that one doesn't have cue buttons per channel. The bigger one does but it defeats the object by being big.

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    DJ Tech X10
    DJM-250mk2
    Xone 23C
    Denon X600

    not surprising where my vote goes
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Denon-DNX...h/173587977148
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Denon-DN-...I/292801990811
    Denon X600 - 2x Denon SC-2000 - AKG K181DJ - NI Audio 2

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlayForMoney View Post
    DJ Tech X10
    DJM-250mk2
    Xone 23C
    Denon X600

    not surprising where my vote goes
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Denon-DNX...h/173587977148
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Denon-DN-...I/292801990811
    All good suggestions that I have considered. I like the A&H and it would be even better if it didn't have the over hanging top plate. If it was replaceable with one that was the same size as the mixer body it would be the front runner.

    I don't want another DJM type mixer. I have a DJM-T1 and I'll sell it to fund a new, smaller mixer.
    Denon, I think that might be a bit old? A bit pricey for a spare/emergency mixer.

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    Theres someone on here selling a Pioneer DJM T1. It is a super solid mixer. YOu should give it a go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Karlos Santos View Post
    If it was replaceable with one that was the same size as the mixer body it would be the front runner.
    There's a guy in the rotary mixers fb group that sells rotary conversion kits with new faceplate. Maybe he can do a linear faceplate on request. Also there's a German site where you can design your own faceplate. Let us know if you find a solution. Those wings are really meh. You intend DVS or non DVS use?

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