NAMM 2016: Denon DJ MCX8000 Standalone With HD Displays

No Computer required      01/02/16

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Denon DJ were showing their latest controller, the MCX8000, which looks like a pretty comprehensive beast.

It features colour waveform HD displays, 2 USB ports each allowing up to 2TB drives; needle-drop touch-strip; capacitive 6-inch platter ; 100mm faders; multi-function pads, etc.

It should be shipping at the end of February at a price of $1299.

 

  • Includes revolutionary Denon DJ Engine standalone technology
  • 2 USB inputs for Engine playback in standalone mode
  • Includes 4-deck Serato DJ software
  • 2 high-definition displays show Engine and Serato DJ operation
  • Professional 4-channel digital mixer with 2 microphone inputs
  • 3 built-in instant effects for Engine playback and line inputs
  • Velocity-sensitive performance pads for cues, rolls, slicer and samples
  • Stage LinQ network connection to control lighting and video
  • Serato DVS Upgrade Ready
  • Metal construction

For more information:-

http://www.denondj.com/mcx8000

NAMM 2016 Kit:
Tascam DR-70D 4 Channel recorders


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