Denon DJ Announces New Products

Three major new products launched at this year's DJ Expo in Atlantic City      19/08/10

Denon DJ Announces New Products

Buying Choices
Denon DJ Europe has announced the launch of three major new products at this year's DJ Expo in Atlantic City. Here's the details as contained in their press release:
  • The Denon DN-MC6000 ushers in a new product category as an integrated, full blown mixer and 'dual deck' MIDI Controller. This flagship Mixer / MIDI Controller combines a 4-channel / 8-source standalone digital mixer - featuring real time channel matrix operation - USB MIDI control and 2 x stereo in / 2 x stereo out USB audio interface. A slim tabletop design with solid steel chassis, paired with the DJ software of choice, the DN-MC6000 is a complete turnkey control solution.
  • The Denon DN-X600 is a highly spec'd 2-channel performance mixer, optimised for both traditional vinyl techniques and the latest digital media and computer DJ systems, that offers levels of technology and performance comparable with Denon's flagship 4-channel models. Solid steel chassis construction, professional grade components and powerful USB MIDI capabilities make this a robust gigging tool, equally at home in the booth or the studio.
  • The Denon DN-SC2000 is an affordable, professionally spec'd and constructed MIDI controller for Native Instruments® TRAKTOR(TM) Pro, providing a serious portable control solution for laptop DJs. A dual layer system, the DN-SC2000 provides simultaneous switchable control of both TRAKTOR decks, with visual deck colour change.
Pricing and Availability:
DN-MC6000 will be available in November 2010, with a mrrp of £579 / €649 exc. tax.
Denon DN-X600 will be available in October 2010, with a mrrp of £495/ €549 exc. tax.
Denon DN-SC2000 will be available in October 2010, with a mrrp of £179/ €199 exc. tax.
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