Ultimate 5-Channel Digital DJ Mixer with Sampler, 4 FX Sections, Dual BPM Counters and MIDI
Product Details and specs
1 Brand: BEHRINGER 2 Model: DDM4000 3 Released on: 2008-03-01 4 Dimensions: 6.30? h x 15.59? w x 18.43? l, 16.98 pounds
1 32-bit digital DJ mixer with beat-synchronized sampler, 4 multi-FX sections, 2 patented* BPM counters, digital crossfader and MIDI 2- 4 Phono/Line stereo channels allowing max. 8 signal sources to be connected simultaneously 3- 2 Microphone inputs with Gain, EQ, Talk function and FX 4- 4 stereo channels with Gain, programmable parametric 3-band EQ with Kill function, fader curve control and flexible crossfader assignment 5- Sophisticated sampler with beat-controlled loop function, real-time pitch control, sampler FX and crossfader start option
On microphone input it has 3 band EQs, compressors/limiter Noise gate, Talk on (Music ducking) reverb, Pitch, Echo and a list that runs a mile long.
The line input has beat counter that syncs to the build in effects echo, reverb, Pitch, This is great for reggae and club music.
Some of the other features are the 32 Second Sampler, Crossover, sub- output, and enhancer, S/PDIF, MIDI in and out and it comes with rack ears. This mixer should cost thousands of dollars for what it can do.
I’m currently trying to set up the Midi control commands for Serato and apple Logic pro.
I used to be scared of Behringer, but after seeing this mixer, I’m checking out all their products with a different view.
Great mixer for the price:
This Dj Mixer, is exactly what I hoped it would be. For the price you really cant beat it in features. Despite it being under the behringer name which in the past has made some very questionable products this one seems to hold up nicely and I have no complaints nor have I found anyone else with any. The only issue I have is with the bright leds, I had hoped that since I had made this order a few years after this has been in production that I would receive a newly manufactured product since the newer runs have different leds that are not as bright. Unfortunately my unit was produced over a year ago and still had the bright leds. There was no real way to guarantee this so this is not a complaint against the shipper, but just be wary that you can end up with a few extra bright leds.
High quality, great features, low price: First off…I’m not a professional but I do like quality products, especially well priced one’s. This Beringer rocks. The tactile response from the faders is something to get used to…but remember, their optical. No windings to become oxidized or corroded in my humid climate. Another big feature that isn’t readily decernable in their ads is that the 2 inputs (two for each channel) are not only switchable on the front panel but include the capability to switch the phono input to a standard RCA input for other equipment…thus giving you the option of plugging up to 8 separate piece’s of equipment into the inputs. The phono input is switchable from a phono impedance to a standard RCA rated impedance via a button next to the jack on the back panel. Add the sequencer/sampler, the FX section times two, two mic inputs, and a bunch of features that you have to pay three to four times more for from other manufacturers and you’ve sold me. The front panel is setup very intuitively and a fast browse through the manual was all I needed to make it all go…what can I say? I really like this unit and think it’s an absolute steal… I forgot to mention that I don’t DJ and my primary use is as a home studio mixer. I have friends standing in line for my mix’s and this is just going to make it better.