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    Raj
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    Be gentle with the effects section of a djm600 – they are not very robust and if you redline them regularly they do break. I prefer the djm 500 to the 600 having had to try and fix a few.

    #1222642
    Anonymous

    With some closer inspection I have noticed the djm 600 is inferior to Behringerdjx700 in one dept it doesnt have the buttons that completely cut-off low, mid and high frequencies!!
    This Feature has been a fucking treat on the behringer, and will be a great miss if I convert Mixers!
    as many faults as the behringer djx 700 may have it still remains a great Mixer for its price.
    Recommended.

    #1222675
    joshd96320
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    but the quality is shit..

    #1222643
    Anonymous

    ok smartarse but if a djx700 happens to be the first mixer youve used then you wud be impressed by what it can do considering its low price..

    #1222676
    joshd96320
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    :love: 😉

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