Behringer Rips Off Pioneer DJM700 With “New” DJX900USB
Behringer, staying true to their imitate, don’t innovate philosophy, has released the DJX900USB, a new 4 channel mixer
stolen from based on the Pioneer DJM700.
The “new” mixer is a four channel + mic mixer with a 45-mm Infinium Contact-Free VCA Crossfader with adjustable tension and fader curve, Advanced Digital Effects and USB/Audio Interface.
» Infinium “contact-free” optical crossfader
» 24-bit digital effects with advanced parameter control
» Built-in USB interface for recording and playback of any digital music file.
» PC or Mac compatible – no setup or drivers required
» Dual auto-BPM counter with time and beat sync display
» 3-band kill EQ
» Precise level meters with peak hold function per channel
» Additional 3-way kill switches with steep frequency separation
» Adjustable XPQ stereo surround effect
» VCA-controlled faders
» Adjustable crossfader curve for all mixing styles
» Monitor function with master/cue balance control and split option
» Auto-talkover function with separate depth control
No XLR outputs, like the 700, but that won’t matter to punters looking for the cheapest alternative out there…
No pricing or availability has been announced. More information on Behringer.