When it comes to DJ Mixers, there’s a bunch to choose from. There’s a wide variety that everyone can use, and everyone believes that each mixer’s quality can really make a huge impact on the quality of your music. I really believe this. This is why I use the Behringer Digital Pro DDM4000 Mixer.
Why Do I like this Mixer?
Ever since I’ve started DJing, I’ve been through a bunch of different equipment. It’s always important to test your products out and see if they work well with your DJ style.
This mixer is surprisingly powerful at a decent price. I’d probably recommend going with this one if you are a beginner or a novice. It’s got a somewhat intimidating layout, but once you get to know all of the features, it’s a piece of cake. You’ll get to know the layout like the back of your hand if you use it enough.
I like to recommend products that don’t break the bank, but also have good quality. The DDM4000 mixer has 5 independent channels. Channels 1-4 are crossfader-assignable stereo channels, suitable for both vinyl and CD decks, and have appropriate phono/line level toggle switches at the input. All of the channels feature 3-band digital EQs with up to 12 dB of boost and infinite cut option, or “kill.” Any channel can be monitored directly via headphones thanks to the PFL switch above the fader.
Core Features of the Mixer
- 32-bit digital DJ mixer with beat-synchronized sampler, 4 multi-FX sections, 2 BPM counters, digital crossfader and MIDI
- 4 Phono/Line stereo channels allowing up to 8 signal sources to be connected simultaneously
- 2 microphone inputs with Gain, EQ, Talk function and FX
- 4 stereo channels with Gain, programmable parametric 3-band EQ with Kill function, fader curve control and flexible crossfader assignment
- Fully featured MIDI controller for your DJ software