This product has been discontinued.

5000FX has been discontinued. We now recommend the X6 or X9 mixers.

5000FX is a five–channel tabletop mixer that allows you to mix, affect, and control the most complex DJ situations. It harnesses the power of Numark's custom digital processing technology placing powerful effects and sampling at your fingertips.

This powerhouse mixer contains five channels with three phono, nine line, and two mic inputs. On the output side, 5000FX offers a pair of balanced XLRs plus Master, Record, Booth, and Zone RCA-pairs, and a digital 44.1 kHz S/PDIF out.

Two Beatkeeper™ units enable you to auto–detect BPM from two different sources with accuracy. Internal sampling gives you 30 seconds of memory to grab audio from any source. Multi–effects processing, smart, seamless looping, and BPM synchronization all give DJs superlative control and power over performances.

5000FX is, quite possibly, the most flexible DJ mixer ever created. With a wide range of inputs, built-in effects, sampling, dual Beatkeeper™, and more, 5000FX fuels your creativity.


  • 12" tabletop configuration
  • 5 input channels with 3 phono, 9 line (3 switchable to phono), and 2 mics
  • Master balanced, unbalanced, XLR, 2 zone and 1 S/PDIF outputs
  • Dual Beatkeeper™ units to auto–detect BPM from 2 sources
  • BPM alignment of effects and loops
  • Effects processor with interactive scratch/effect/pitch wheel
  • Effects include: Scratch, Sonar, Chop, Echo, Delay, Filter with Vocal kill
  • Pitch/Key shift, Distort with Vocoder
  • 18 Second audio buffering for Scratching and Reverse Audio with Bleep effect
  • Onboard sampler with 30 seconds of memory, smart looping, and BPM synchronization
  • Optional rack ears available
  • Line: 10Kohm input impedance; 83mV rms sensitivity for 1.22V output
  • Mic: 600 ohm input impedance unbalanced; 1.9mv rms sensitivity for 1.22V output; 200mV rms max input
  • Phono: 47Kohm input impedance; 1.3mV rms sensitivity @1KHz for 1.22V output
  • Line: 6.5V rms max
  • Headphone: 0.5W into 47 ohm
  • Distortion: less than 0.01%
  • Line: Better than 82dB
  • Mic: Better than 80dB
  • Phono: Better than 72dB
  • Line: 20Hz-20KHz ±0.5dB
  • Mic: 20Hz-15KHz ±0.5dB
  • Phono: ±1dB except for controlled attenuation of –3dB @ 20Hz to reduce rumble and feedback
  • Bass: +6/-32dB @40Hz
  • Middle: +6/-32dB @1.35KHz
  • Treble: +6/-32dB @15KH
  • Channel Kill: 80dB at 20Hz-20KHz
  • Power Consumption: 24 Watts typical; 29 Watts with full headphone output
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 320mm x 355mm x 100mm
  • Weight: 6.1 kgs
  • The maximum sample length is 36 seconds, total available buffer is 48 seconds, and buffer not used for sampler is used for echo, delay, scratch, reverse, and bleep effects.  The sampler will automatically stop recording once the record time exceeds 36 seconds.
  • When I connect my CD players to my line input or my turntables to my phono inputs I cant see any levels on my mixer?
    • Please make sure that the switch directly above your inputs is properly set to the corresponding input as well as the toggle switch on the face of the mixer above your channel gain adjustment knob.
  • I cant hear my effects when I select one and apply the parameters with the jog wheel?
    • When applying effects you will need to select which channel it is to be applied to. This is done by pressing the Sampler FX button above your EQ knobs on each channel. You can apply effects to your master channel as well which will affect all audio. If you still can’t hear the FX you want to apply, please adjust the Wet/Dry Fader until you get desired FX.
  • When using my turntable with this mixer it get mono outputs?
    • This most likely has nothing to do with your mixer. Please clean your stylus and the back of your connections on your cartridge as well as the ones inside your tone arm.
  • When I cross fade over to one side I cant hear my audio, but I have audio levels on my mixer?
    • The 5000FX mixer has multiple channels which can play audio. Please make sure that you assign the cross fader to that specific channel and side. Right under the channel number is a cross fader assignment switch which is labeled CF A, Master, and CF B. CF A will correspond with the left side of the cross fader and CF B with correspond with the right, and Master will correspond with just the channel fader which will play audio no matter where the cross fader is as long as the volume pot is up on that channel.
  • My sampler will only play when my cross fader is to left or right side?
    • Just like your cross fader assign switches your sampler has one as well. It is locater to the right of your wet/dry fader. You also have the option of assigning this to the master as well.