"behringer DX626 not a bad choice!"
Everything is perfect..... sounds good, gain, bass, mid, treble are perfect!
the only thing I have to comment on is the beat counter. It is pretty slow. I always (7 years now or so) played without a beat-counter. Most of the time the beat counter is still calculating and I am pretty much done. maybe if you are less experienced you might like this a lot. Oh and it does not go higher than 160bpm, which is not very high, in my oppinion. (think Omar Santana speed)
Other than that, a great buy and highly recommended!
Also good, only the channels feel al little rough..... they need some oil or something.
So far so good. Did the online registration got an email back. So perfect so far.
You can buy this mixer for around $99 now a days. For this you get a beat counter and an extra channel compaired to other brands like numark or gemini. The mixer is also a little bigger, which makes the buttons more user friendly because they are more separated. Berhinger was for me always a good brand, it lasts forever. Numark and gemini have the tendency to get a "cracking sound" when you open the channels. this is very disturbing.
But to really know if the behringer is going to do this I have to use it a little longer, but my old behringer was always good!
The Wow Factor:
I would still buy it.
I'll use this mixer for several years probalby, as long as it does not breakdown.
perfect for "the home Dj" and especially for the beginning Dj due to the beat-counter.