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    So after busting my left nut to buy some cdjs (Got some cdj 1000 mk2s) I finally truly believed I had a decent set up! however the mixer I have is knackered! I have a Pioneer -300. Obviously not the best mixer on that mrket by far however I am now going to have to save up for an upgrade! can someone please recommend a budget mixer that is quality and I can rely on but without breaking the bank? Price range 100 - 300

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    Pio DJM250 or Xone 22 are two very solid mixers if you want quality in that price range

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    thanks, know anything of the Reloop RMX20 DJ Mixer ?

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    You could also consider an Ecler Nuo 2.0
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    I went from a xone 22 to a DJM 250...Happy. But no booth output.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MeetsMandy View Post
    thanks, know anything of the Reloop RMX20 DJ Mixer ?
    Nah, I know Reloop doesn't make bad gear but I've never owned any of it. I'd rather stick with Pioneer or A&H. 3heads recommended the Ecler which i"ve also heard nice things about

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    Love my ecler nuo 2.0

    Do Some reserch to find one the better ones with serial number. Quick google search will explain.

    Only gripe I have, knobs are a bit wobbly. But after owning a xone every other mixer is like that.
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    The one gripe I have with my Nuo is the fact that the gain knobs have a center indent. Who comes up with stupid stuff like that? Certainly not a large issue while using it, just does not make any sense whatsoever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 3heads View Post
    The one gripe I have with my Nuo is the fact that the gain knobs have a center indent. Who comes up with stupid stuff like that? Certainly not a large issue while using it, just does not make any sense whatsoever.
    Lol yeah, that's kinda weird.

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