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TECH AWARDS 2016 DJ MIXER UNDER £600

Offering top flight specs at a price that makes them the perfect tool for DJs everywhere.

Reloop RMX-22i


£195
Hype
A great two-channel compact mixer that has direct iPad/Smart device connectivity.
Gripe
None at this price.
Summary
A great two-channel mixer perfect for the beginner or season pro.
Tech Verdict
8.3/10

Pioneer DJM-350


£527
Hype
The Pioneer CDJ deck for those on a budget with USB storage device and rekordbox support.
Gripe
The smaller non-weighed jog wheels and lack of features found on the other CDJs may leave some DJs feeling serious deck envy.
Summary
The CDJ player for DJs who want USB and rekordbox support but don’t have rich parents, and are unwilling to rob a bank to support their musical habit.
Tech Verdict
8/10

Allen & Heath XONE:23C


£290
Hype
That famous Allen & Heath sound quality plus their famous high and low pass filters, and a rather clever channel input arrangement that allows playback of two inputs per channel.
Gripe
A standard kettle plug-style power connector would be preferable to the external power supply used.
Summary
A truly professional entry-level mixer that performs and feels exactly the same as Allen & Heath's flagship models that is available with an on-board audio interface.
Tech Verdict
8.5/10

DJ Tech TRX Thud Rumble Mixer


£299
Hype
A great value for money mixer made in conjunction with an equally great DJ — Qbert
Gripe
None at this price.
Summary
DJ Qbert’s Thud Rumble mixer is great battle mixer for DJs who need a good mixer, but at a price that won’t hurt their pockets
Tech Verdict
8/10

Numark M6 USB


£149
Hype
A decent quality four-channel mixer with built in USB soundcard.
Gripe
There really isn’t anything to grumble about at this price.
Summary
A four-channel mixer from a reputable company for under £200, surely a thing of dreams?
Tech Verdict
7.9/10 

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