Technical Pro DMX-BP3

$600.00 Released July, 2010

Product Shot 1The Technical Pro DMX-B3 is a mid-priced 2 channel DJ mixer. This mixer has many specs in common with the lower cost DMX-B1 and DMX-S1. All three mixers have an anti-shock system that prevents skipping even when things are getting rowdy.

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All three mixers have digital analog converters that bring all music sources up to 24 bits. All three mixers have illuminated control buttons that make it easy for you to adjust in the dark. All three mixers are capable of outputting to XLR (balanced) or RCA (master, record line). The DMX-B1, DMX-S1 and DMX-BP3 all have an iPod/MP3 input. The DMX-BP3 is a step up from the lower cost DMX-B1 and DMX-S1 in that it has dual USB inputs, which allow you to easily access your laptop playlists.


  • Loop and reloop (in & out)
  • Fader start / relay
  • Dual USB inputs
  • Digital analog converter: 24 bits
  • Outputs: XLR (balanced), master (RCA), record line (RCA)
  • Iridescent blue LED level meter
  • Single / continuous, repeat and program
  • 20 programmable play tracks
  • Rubberized jog wheels
  • Tone controls (Bass, mid, treble and gain)
  • Anti-shock system
  • Illuminated control buttons
  • Replaceable crossfader
  • Cue, search and pitch buttons
  • Frequency response: 20Hz-20kHz
  • Lineal quantification: 24 bits
  • Oversampling rate: 8x
  • iPod/MP3 input
  • Microphone input
  • Dimensions: 19"w x 10"h x 4.75"d
  • Weight: 15 lbs
  • 110-220V Switchable

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VodkaTwist: #technical_pro_dmx_bp3 locks up. Which is hell in the middle of a gig. I have had to cut power on it and reboot - with a dance floor going off. Lame. I bought it because there were no bad reviews. I wish someone would have. Dec 9, 10
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