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Denon DJ DN-X600

2-Channel Mixer from Denon DJ .

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The Denon DN-X600 is a 2-channel performance mixer, optimised for both traditional vinyl techniques and the latest digital media and computer DJ systems, comparable with Denon’s 4-channel models.

 

Steel chassis construction, USB MIDI capabilities, class signal path components, controls, processing and control features include many derived from Denon’s DN-X1700 and DN-X1600 mixers.

 

The DN-X600’s internal sound card is a 4 x stereo in / 4 x stereo out 24-bit / 96kHz USB 2.0 Audio Interface, while the mixer’s audio output is via a 32-bit DAC. The mixer’s vinyl credentials include a proprietary phono amp design with a signal-to-noise performance equivalent to that of the company’s hi-fi amplifiers.

 

32-bit Floating Point DSP provides the mixer with signal processing capabilities. 3-band channel EQ includes full kill on each band. On-board EFX include Delay, Echo, Flanger, Filter, Reverb, Loop, Beat Scratch and BeatBreaker, and the dedicated EFX section features ON/OFF, Dry-Wet mix and independent send assignment (Ch/Mic/Master). A two-way EFX Parameter Filter, including Cross Over Frequency and Isolator (low pass filter/high pass filter) is included, as is a send/return control, for use with external effects.

 

The cross fader is a 45-mm Flex Fader with tension adjustment and a 32-point contour adjustment (and Innofader-Pro compatibility). Channel faders are 45-mm custom Alps-type; also with contour adjustment.

 

The I/O complement comprises two phono inputs, two line level inputs and two AUX inputs, mic input, effects send/return, stereo output, USB send/return, booth out, and balanced XLR master out.

 

Pricing & Availability

Availability is October 2010, with a mrrp of £495/ €549 exc. tax.

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