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User Review

Behringer DJX750 : An entry level product but good quality!

Is rack?

No, but can apply provided they add to the tabs provided for this purpose.

How many lanes, bus attendant, departures, returns ...)?

Table four channels, eight inputs including the CD, line and phono. A master output, both, and record (for those who still use the cassette decks ;-) )

What is the type of connection (RCA Jack, XLR ...)?

RCA phono connectors exclusively, except for the mic (XLR) and headphones (JACK).

An effects section is integrated?

An effects section, which I've never understood the use (oh my!) Is present, and seems to work. Despite paragraph, the effects are not worth what is being done at Pioneer!

UTILIZATION

The general configuration is simple?

No configuration information technology, started is as simple as on any mixer respectable :-)

Common functions are they easily accessible?

Four faders plus the Master, bass, mid, treble, gain, preview ... Request that the mobile DJ!

The manual is clear and sufficient?

Manual very clear, in French, with diagrams and clear explanations, extended without making literature.

SOUNDS

The console is transparent?

No interference was observed previously, no bug or noise during an animation.

She introduced the breath?

No breath was found, or sizzling.

OVERALL OPINION

How long you use it?

Instensive two years of use, a warranty return two weeks ago for its lack of a channel, quickly repaired, for free, postage paid by customer service.

What is so special that you love the most, least?

The +:
Ergonomics;
Size of the product;
Can be used anywhere and easily.

The-:
Very light weight, risk of breakage;
Effects management "special;
Pa Master output XLR.

Did you tried many other models before buying it?

Pioneer DJM500 and essentially Rodec MX180 MKIII and exceptionally JBSystems LAM92 or Xone: 42

How would you rate the quality / price?

Mixer very affordable, to put all hands, except left hands, a price that is unbeatable, but for a product that is never that of the entry level.

With experience, you do again this choice?

For the same budget, no doubt, with a larger budget, a Xone: 42 or a Rodec MX1400