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WorkingDJ Picks The Top 10 DJ Mixers
The beating heart of the WorkingDj is a great mixer. Sliding, slamming, scratching and battling are what mixers are made for, so it’s one of the most important pieces of DJ equipment you will need to keep a crowd jumping.
No matter your budget, there’s a mixer out there for you and we’ve got ‘em all. Working DJ lists the 10 best DJ mixers by price (low to high) and every one of them has something unique that sets them apart.
So let’s mix it up!
Practicing your mixing chops is essential for any WorkingDJ but getting it down doesn’t mean you have to max out the card. With the Gemini PMX-02 Mixer, many roles are fulfilled at the lowest price anywhere. You can practice your slamming and scratching at home, or use this solid starter mixer as a piece of backup DJ equipment. All the basics are there. 2 channel stereo, 4 line in, with 2 dual phono/RCA jacks, 3 band rotary EQ, rotary gain control and 1’4 inch inputs for microphone and headphones. With the Gemini PMX-02 Mixer, you can…
Get this party started!
The Numark Mixer M1 is a tiny, 2 channel scratch mixer that packs a wallop for the price. Numark knows the workingDJ and they don’t leave any one of us behind, no matter the DJ equipment budget. Although the controls are a bit squeezed, the premium is space-saving, great audio. With two independent channels, 2 phono and RCA inputs, 1’4 inch mic, EQ and gain, everything you need to rock is at your fingertips. What sets the Numark Mixer M1 apart for the price is the mini-crossfader, which comes in handy in the heat of battle.
Big mixers come in little packages!
8. GEMINI PS-04
Moving up the line we come to the Gemini PS-04 mixer, which right off the bat just looks great. A little extra dough gets the workingDJ into some nice features which come in handy in a dimly lit booth, especially in a rocking club. Your FX selections are brightly blue-lit LCD, and speaking of effects, the Gemini PS-04 mixer comes with 25 onboard. There’s dry/wet fader control, rotary parameter controls, high and low EQ controls and a fader section with hamster, reverse, slope and assign switches. A piece of DJ equipment that looks great, and sounds even better.
Turn on the lights!
7. Nady SRM-14X
Huh? Let me get this straight. a FOURTEEN CHANNEL MIXER for under 300 bucks? That’s right. And the Nady SRM-14X mixer is worth every penny. This tabletop, standalone mixer is a piece of DJ equipment well worth saving up for. With 6 mono channels of balanced XLR and 1/4 inch, plus 8 stereo channels with balanced 1/4 inch, the challenge is filling up the empty spaces. That just means there’s room to grow. Each mono channel can be rigged for FX independently, there’s PFL on every channel and good sized faders all over the place. At 14 inches wide, the Nady SRM-14X mixer can handle whatever you can throw at it.
So hook a brother up!
The Vestax PMC-06 PRO A mixer is slim in bulk but fat on features. Just because your turntables are fighting for a spot doesn’t mean they have to battle the mixer – until you light the fuse. And the Vestax PMC-06 PRO A is all about battle mixing. Finely tumed crossfades from PGM 1 to 2 or PGM 2 to 1 are a snap with the CF mode selector and reverse ‘Hamster’ switch. Make your curves long or short and monitor them through the crossfader. This is one piece of DJ equipment that serves its master with no BSing.
Scratch yourself skinny!
Stay tuned for the Top 10 WorkingDJ Mixers Part 2
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