Behringer NOX101 DJ-Mixer

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DJ Mixer

  • Premium 2-channel battle DJ mixer
  • Ultraglide VCA Crossfader
  • 3-Band EQ with full-kill filters plus 6-segment level meters
  • 2 Phono/Line inputs and 1 microphone input
  • VCA-controlled faders
  • Headphone monitoring and cueing section
  • Jack and RCA main outputs
  • 'Planet Earth' power supply (100 - 240 V)
  • Dimensions (H x W x D): 100 x 255 x 274 mm
  • Weight: 2.1 kg
available since August 2013
Item number 317775
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Line Channels 2
Phono Input 2
Microphone In 1
Audio Interface Input 0
Audio Interface Output 0
Rec Out No
Master Out 6,3 mm bal.
Send/Return No
incl. Rackmount No
Talk-Over No
Effects No
Width 255 mm
Depth 274 mm
Height 100 mm
Stereo Line-In 2
Booth Out No
MIDI No
optional 19" rack mount No
Weight in kg 2,1 kg
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Balanced Jack outputs for this price!
Anonymous 23.12.2016
The main advantage I see in this unit is what you get for the money. the real deal maker for me is the balanced jack outputs....it's the only one in it's price range that offer that. of course Bheri boasts the fancy crossfader, and it's fine but to me personally it doesn't make that much of a difference.
Sound wise, it comes off as a little harsh IMO. i'm using it with a pair of turntables and it could be the built-in phono preamp of the unit so i don't know if this applies to people using line level devices to connect to it.

the worst part about the unit for me is the pre-fader metering. you won't see it anywhere in the product documentation BUT(!!!) the meter on pre-fader status reads the sum of both input channels, so if you planned on checking how hot the track you're cueing next is, forget about it. it's kind of useless IMO to even have a pre-fader status if you cannot use it to see what's the input level of a given track and match it with the one currently playing....what I expected (I think it's reasonable) is that the prefader meter would tap the signal AFTER the cue crossfader and then you can match gains for tracks, otherwise, what are we using it for?pretty lights?
I use the unit at home and for fun so it doesn't bother me but in a DJ gig situation it would be impossible to work with.
it also seems that the crossfader curve select knob in my unit is soldered in reverse but that doesn't bother me as much.
All that being said, I would still recommend it because for the price class there is no mixer giving you the same capabilities.
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Good mixer
Alex Gensher 29.06.2020
I use Behringer NOX101 DJ-Mixer at home for my turntable and for listen to music from PC. For the third year everything has been working fine. All controls function as new. This is a simple mixer for simple tasks. It’s stupid of him to want some superpowers. And he has an excellent price. Thanks to Thomann for the excellent product and the reliable packaging of the goods.
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Superb value for money
pointfloat 27.06.2017
Bought this to play records at home. A lot of features for the money and all you need from a basic dj mixer.

But most importantly, it is sturdy and the sound is great.
Transparent on digital source and lots of gain and low noise for phono.

Highly recommended when you are looking for a nice home solution.
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Great basic mixer for a good price
NotARobot 26.05.2020
It's a great basic dj mixer with not too many features, but just enough for basic mixing. I mainly use it for my record player set-up and occasionally for aux to laptop or phone. Works just fine, great quality for an honest price, would recommend!
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