Our Top 5 Best selling Mixer review.

We thought we’d give you a run down on each product, and then our opinion of it. With no bias, no bull, just our opinion, which together with our comprehensive specs on every product we sell, help you make your mind up.

DM905 (also know as the blue dog).  What can we say except what do you expect for that amount of money. It’s hardly going to break any records for quality or build, but you do get what you pay for – a basic, 2 channel mixer with absolutely no frills what-so-ever. End of story. If it’s your first time around, and you’re just getting into DJing for the first time, this will get you started, and if you stick with it, you can always upgrade it to a…


DM1001 – now this is a good mixer. Not brilliant, not pro standard, and certainly not the mixer your going to find in a club, but a very good bedroom mixer none-the-less. It has all the basic features – gain controls, 3 band eq, a good little crossfader, and is reliable. For the money it can’t be beaten, it looks brilliant in chrome, and the only thing we’d like to see on it are kill switches. For that you’ll need a …

 

 

DM1002 – it’s the same mixer as the 1001 but for an extra £30 you get kill switches too. Kills allow you to instantly chop a section (high-middle-low) of a track out, simply while banging a button when in the mix. Specs wise the rest is the same as the DM1001, and again, it’s available in chrome, which looks well sexy.


EM460 – now here is a mixer which could have been so good. It had everything going for it. A good four channel mixer with gains, 3 band eq and the fantastic korg kaoss pad built in. But they got in wrong, it’s got a major flaw in it’s design, rendering the pad almost useless. You’ll never see the flaw while on demo at some show or demo, but you can only cue the effects when the faders up, you can’t cue it in your headphones, and bring it into the mix. It’s your money, but we recommend that you add a Korg Kaoss pad to a…

Citronic CDM 10:4 – this is one for the mobile jocks, because it does everything a mobile mixer needs to do well, and nothing else. 4 channels allow up to 6 lines and two decks, gives plently of room for a twin CD player, MD deck and perhaps a karaoke machine.