Tascam X-9
Tascam X-9

X-9, 4+ Channel Mixer from Tascam.

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FP User 11/01/2008

Tascam X-9 : FP User のユーザーレビュー (content in English)


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This mixer has a ridiculous amount of features, not that it's a bad thing. In comparison to the Pioneer DJM-600, the X-9 contains almost twice as many features. The dual sampler comes in very handy in complex mixes as well as the dual effects with parametric adjusments. The faders feel good and the fully adjustable curve for the channel fader is a plus.



This is not a mixer for beginners. The Pioneer DJM-600 is much easier to use. Its format is fairly simplistic. The Tascam, however, with its various features, seems to have a more complex format. It will take a while to get used to the mixer, but once that's all in the past, the mixer should be no problem. It's always the first step that's the most difficult and once you take your first step, you'll be crawling, walking, then running with no problem.


Its hard to say that anything can be improved with the sound quality. The frequencies are adjustable, the bass is nice and clean along with the treble. There aren't very many mixers with better sound quality, such as the Rane Empath. Overall, the sound quality is excellent.


This mixer is solid, and heavy at that. Buttons don't look cheaply built and it has a very proffesional touch to it. It looks like it can take a beating.

I've used the DJM-600 and several other mixers. I thought I would be stuck on the DJM-600 forever because of its ease of use and features, but after using the X-9, the DJM-600 jusT didn't compare. Don't get me wrong, the Pioneer is an excellent mixer, but for around the same price range, the Tascam X-9 offers much more and gives the DJ more versitility and diversity in his or her mixes.

Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
Posted by: Unknown (January 2-, 2003)