Behringer is taking the next step in the DJ Mixer market. At the coming NAMM they will introduce more of their NOX Series DJ Mixers. According to their PR chatter they won't take any prisoners it seems. Well, ... let's wait till the NAMM, shall we?
This is what Behringer's PR team has to say about the new NOX series:
"Behringer's new NOX series DJ mixers pull no punches. They're coming in swinging with pro-level feature sets that'll make the competition throw in the towel.
These technical knock-outs include contact-free optical infinium crossfadeers and USB audio connectivity, plus beat-syncable FX. All these features are stabdard across the NOX series' five weight classes, and the NOX606 even features assignable VCF's.
There's no split decision when the choice is this clear! Pound for pound, these are the best mixers in the arena."
Again, ... more details will be unveiled at the coming NAMM, which will be held in January.
|Anonymous Coward||19/12/2010 11:53|
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|Anonymous Coward||24/12/2010 03:29|
if the competition did throw in the towel... where would behringer get their product inspiration from?
|Anonymous Coward||02/01/2011 10:40|
the 606 is a complete A&H xOne92 Fake...the Name of the new Series NOX hahaha Xone
|Anonymous Coward||13/03/2011 20:03|
Well since you all are anonymous I will jump on the bandwagon. Behringer makes a product similar to other manufactures for many reasons I believe. One great reason is price. Why the hell would I spend $1600 on a mixer that will be obsolete in 2 years. Second, behringer mimics the great ones, Pioneer, Allen & Heath simply because they are popular, and people feel comfortable using them, its a great marketing scheme if you ask me. Also, maybe Pioneer and Allen & Heath should rethink about the prices they set for their mixers, I cant imagine the markup those mixers have.
|Anonymous Coward||10/04/2012 03:24|
Similar looking, but that's it. Cheap to buy as they are cheaply made.
You'll not be seeing these in any clubs or pro studios any time soon.