Help Design The Next Behringer DJ Mixer

DJs get chance to win a mixer by taking part in an online survey      23/10/08

Help Design The Next Behringer DJ Mixer

Behringer is conducting a two-month survey of DJ customers through their web site, here's the press release that they have sent us...
For twenty years, Behringer engineers have designed and brought hundreds of products to market.
Now, any DJ in the world can join this team by participating in the Design the Next DJ Mixer survey at the Behringer websiteBy taking a few minutes to tell Behringer about the style of performance and what mixer features are most important, DJ's can have a major say in the next generation of products available at their local dealers.
"No one knows more about the right mixer for their style of music than the DJ", stated Scott Garsid, Behringer Corporate Communications Manager. "Any company eager to listen to their users is going to learn not only what is right about their mixers, but also where they have missed the mark. Our greatest hope is that DJs who use any brand of mixer will see this as an opportunity to get a design really right. In any case, the DJ wins."
With the "Design the Next DJ Mixer" survey, the DJ really can win. A completed survey is also an entry to win one of five Behringer DDM4000 digital DJ mixers. With a powerful DSP engine, full complement of EQ, effects & performance tools and a user interface both comprehensive and intuitive, the DDM4000 is a music production and performance powerhouse.
To participate in the "Design the Next DJ Mixer" survey, DJ's can go to the website listed below. Only one entry per person can be accepted. Winners will be announced on January 1st, 2009.
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