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Behringer Pro Mixer VMX200USB

$100.00 Released August, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Good range of functionality for the price, nice value. Sync lock indicators are handy, nice for a quick reference. USB functionality makes it very easy to record.

The Cons:BPM detectors often don't work, but look nice. Knobs and fader are cheap plastic.

The Behringer Pro Mixer VMX200USB is a 2-channel ultra-low noise DJ mixer. This resembles the Behringer Pro Mixer VMX100USB, but has several new functions added. Each channel now has a full 3-band kill EQ, offering better control of the sound quality, and talkover with depth control has been added to the microphone channel.

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A reverse switch has been added to the crossfader as well, offering another custom option beyond the curve adjustment that is also included on this model. Channel inputs include a phono with a preamp, allowing unamplified turntables to be used with the mixer, and a USB interface allowing the use of the included software suite. Dual BPM counters have time and beat sync displays to help mixing, and are augmented by a VCA-controlled fader for smooth and reliable crossfading. 


  • 2-channel ultra-low noise mixer
  • Phono preamps
  • Built-in USB interface
  • Dual BPM counter
  • ULTRAGLIDE faders (up to 500,000 cycles)
  • VCA-controlled faders
  • Adjustable crossfader curve
  • XPQ 3D surround effect
  • 3-band kill EQ (-32 dB) and precise level meters with peak hold function
  • Monitor function with PFL/output balance control and Split option
  • Automatic talkover function with dedicated Depth control
  • Microphone input with studio-grade ULN technology
  • Crossfader reverse switch
  • Gold-plated RCA connectors
  • energyXT2.5 Compact BEHRINGER Edition, Audacity vinyl restoration and recording, Podifier and Golden Ear podcasting software included

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  • 1

    good range of functionality for the price, nice value

  • 1

    sync lock indicators are handy, nice for a quick reference

  • 1

    USB functionality makes it very easy to record

  • 1

    managing output to the USB is very intuitive, doesn't really need instruction

  • 1

    compact design, won't take up much room on the table

  • 1

    easy to use, all knobs and fader swithes are laid out logically

  • 1

    BPM detectors often don't work, but look nice

  • 1

    knobs and fader are cheap plastic

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