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Anonymous's review - Behringer DX500

- Is the rack?
- How many lanes, bus attendant, departures, returns ...?
3-way with eqs hi, mid and lo (function kill the 3) + gain.
2 departures area and the master (ie possibility of sound with two separate areas).
Sampler "pocket".
Pfl on three tracks and punch (for cuts and scratches) on 2 and 3.
Crossfader only gradual and not adjustable.
- What is the type of connectors (RCA, Jack, XLR ...)?
Interesting connections for the price: for tracks but RCA XLR output.
- The effects section is it integrated? ...
Send (but no built-in effects).


- The general configuration is it simple?
Single table that does not require manual (in which n 'is not much anyway). It is a basic mixer.
- The usual functions are they easily accessible?
Yes, the use of effects is just "special" for my taste, since there is no way to adjust the level on the console. There's just one button to activate the effects return.
- The manual is clear and sufficient?
Not really, but the console is pretty simple.
Accuracy very important in my opinion: The crossfader does not intend too to mix rap and absolutely not the scratch (or it will learn to use punches, which seems to me inappropriate).


- The console is transparent?
- Introduced she breath?
Improperly or not really problematic, but we should be wary if you push the console
- The equalizer is effective?
For the price is pretty decent, I find the equalizers allow a real job and for me that uses a lot of old records (60's or 70's), the mediums are quite effective.
The bass is fairly well restored
We can already play with the kill, even if it is actually not a true "kill", as a net Nuo example (but it's not just that in the mix).
Obviously this is not a Freevox ... but for having a DJM500 hands, far more expensive to render moot and eqs rather poor, I find the sound very correct to use "recreational".


- How long have you use it?
I used 2 years.
- What is so special that you like most and least?
The sampler is in the realm of the gadget (no sync and no editing), do not buy the table just for that.
- Have you tried many other models before buying it?
Many and all: FTE, Vestax, Pioneer, Technics, ...
- How would you rate the quality / price?
The price / quality ratio is very good (as often elsewhere with Behringer, no offense to some) and I advise to start or to train and mix for fun. You just have to know which one to buy it. If you want the high-end mix on mainframes or club, it goes on elsewhere. But in 2800 new balls at the time or today in the $ 100 I did not see masses of competition! This explains my notes.
- With experience, you do again this choice?
Under the same conditions, I would buy without hesitation.