Mixers Reviews

Pioneer DJM-350 Review

The Pioneer DJM-350 two-channel professional mixer has some cool unique features and seriously high quality manufacturing.  This mixer is packing on-board effects and USB recording functions.  Pioneer sent me a DJM-350 and I had to send it back just in time for NAMM 2011 so I could give you this Full Written Review and Video Inside.

Vestax PMC-05ProIV Mixer Review

The PMC-05ProIV is the newest entry in Vestax’s popular line of 2-channel scratch mixers.  While keeping many of the favorite features found on previous models such as smooth faders and impressive sound, the PMC 05 Pro IV adds MIDI control buttons right on the face of the unit.  These buttons allow DJs to control software programs such as Traktor Scratch and Serato.

Stanton M.203 Mixer Review

The Stanton M.203 is the recently-released entry level scratch mixer that does many things well, all for an easy $100.  The Stanton M.203 comes sporting the same all-steel rugged chassis and color scheme as its bigger brother, the Stanton M.207.  Also included is a nice Alpha Crossfader (with switchable curve controls) and a full 3-band EQ for each channel.  Stanton was gracious enough to send a unit to me as soon as they hit the market and I was happy to put it through the paces.

Numark X5 Mixer Review

Numark, creator of the first 100% digital DJ mixer, continues to develop digital mixing with X5. This two-channel, 24-bit, high-resolution mixer contains high-end analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog circuitry and powerful look-ahead limiters at the master, booth, and headphone outputs to deliver virtually lossless, clip-proof audio performance.  I took tested the Numark X5 to its limits for the complete written review INSIDE!

Allen and Heath Xone 2:02 Review

Allen & Heath has restyled the Xone:02 scratch mixer. As an option to the original 02, the new Xone 2:02 which sports a specially-commissioned full colour face-plate and incorporates the ProXfade crossfader.

Novation Dicer Controller Review

The Novation Dicer is a palm-sized cue point and looping controller that has been designed to fit exactly where you need it: on your Turntables, CDJs, Mixer, or Laptop.  DJ D-Mac from DJbooth.net gives us his feedback on these nifty new devices.

Stanton M.207 Mixer Review

DJ Blaze of DJbooth.net delivers the review of the new Stanton M.207 Professional Scratch Mixer!  After a four-year hiatus, Stanton is back with a brand new professional-grade scratch mixer with innovative FX features and high grade materials.  Read more to see if it really lives up to the hype‚Ķ

Numark PRO SMX Mixer Review

PRO SMX is the most powerful, best-sounding DJ battle mixer Numark has ever made. Designed in conjunction with world-famous DMC champions, PRO SMX features a 100% analog audio path to preserve the natural warmth of vinyl.