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Review on Behringer NOX1010 mixer
CHEAP MIXER REVIEW:
Just bought the Behringer NOX1010 mixer. Nice 5 channel "knock-off" face of 3 other mixers on the market
with the exception of new electronics and digital crossfader. The effects are better, has CUE VU LEDS on each channel and it also sports a USB
for use with a laptop, though the knobs and such are not MIDI. Great value, but I'm selling it. The rack holes
are like Gemini 19" mixers (1990 circa) as they don't fit on most rack rails.
Yep. Thats the only reason I'm selling it on ebay (I got it wholesale) Never even used it. Instead I bought a
Numark knockoff, the Marathon DJM200 200fx mixer. Almsot the same face as the Behringer, but exactly as the Numark, Pyle and
Gemini's version 19" mixer but with subtle differences.
The DJM200fx's effects are pretty lousy but the echo and reverbs work OK for what i need it for. Also like the NOX1010 it has XLR outs,
remote playback on the crossfader, but a louder headphone section than the Behringer and its $75 cheaper than the
Numark and Behringer. For some weird reason, Gemini's version and the Pyle are more expensive. Also the knobs are cheap plastic and the
Behringer gives you nice rubber ones. The Behringer's faceplate is a nice anodized brushed aluminum while the other brands are stamped steel.
The owner's manual from Marathon looks like it was written by a 2nd year English student in China, while Behringer's is a nice well thought out
manual detailing everything you need to know.
This is a good mixer for you who have 19" racks and on a limited budget. The Behringer would have been superior than the Numark, Gemini, Pyle
and this Marathon but like I stated, the rack holes don't match up. I don't want to go drilling holes on the mixer or the rack rails.
The DJM200fx's tone controls do not fade out to nothing all the way counter clockwise like the Behringer. However you do get more bass/treb/mid
all the way to the right. The lighted LED VU meters also have more gain than the Behringer, meaning it looks to be the true output. That is a personal preference. The Behringer's Infinium crossfader is very nice and quiet and includes a crossfade gain knob. The others do not. Also the other knockoffs do not have USB like the NOX1010. USB is only found
on other models --- the non-effects club mixers by Gemini, Pyle, Numark and Marathon.
Again the only reason I bought another marathon DJM200FX is because its cheaper than the other brands I mentioned and the rack holes line up on my
rack rails. I wish Behringer knew about this, I would have kept the NOX1010 its looks better made and has an extra channel, though it does lack 4 mic inputs.
It has 3 mic inputs, but thats not bad.
Last edited by fatcatdj; 12-24-2012 at 05:01 AM.