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Mixer and a interface - Reviews Behringer NOX303

The Behringer NOx303 is a DJ mixer that can be racked if needed, but I preferred to use it as a table top unit. This mixer sits in solid castings and is built to last a long time. I love products from Behringer because they are affordable and made to last a long time. This mixer was simple to set up and all of the functions of it are pretty simple too. It connected to my PC quickly and I was able to access all of my music on my hard drive to mix with. It has a USB audio interface built into it, and I used it many times just for that purpose when recording my own vocals at home. The preamps built into it are very clean sounding and I used a Blue Bird Microphone with it and had amazing quality at home with no vocal booth or room acoustic treatments.


There are some effects on this unit as well, the tape echo and regular echo are pretty simple but I really liked the vocoder that it had built into it. It gave me a robotic style voice that most mixers in this price range just don’t have. This would have been the only reason I would have liked to use it live though.


There are also lo pass and high pass filters to work with on this mixer. It would not have been a bad mixer to work with live with all of the effects and functions but at the time I had a really good mixer from Numark that I was very happy with.


Out of all of the times that I interacted with this mixer, I have never had a single problem with it and had a lot of fun with it. Using it mostly as an audio interface at home I was able to record songs and do voice overs with it in a robotic voice.