Now I remember why pros don't like behringer

What a load of rubbish this was.

Bought for mobile discos with the view to midi connect it to traktor. That worked but was over complicated to use at real gigs, so we fell back to using timecode.

Lots of bells & whistles for not much cash, but too many gadgets hidden down menus we found difficult to use. I know pioneer have millions of menus on their kit too, but realistically DJs just want the thing to control the volume and offer some basic gizmos to cover up poor mixes.

Eventually this needed sending back to Germany as it kept cutting out so I bought a Pioneer DJM250 to get by and found it easier to use, less to go wrong!

When returned it continued to cut out randomly. I couldn't even sell it second hand so resorted to giving it away to a bedroom DJ.