Denon DJ DN-X1600
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Denon DJ DN-X1600

DN-X1600, 4+ Channel Mixer from Denon DJ.

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Average Score:3.2( 3.2/5 based on 5 reviews )
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JimboSpins10/25/2012

JimboSpins's review"It is good, but the cross fader is not so good"

Denon DJ DN-X1600
The Denon DN-X1600 is a 4 channel mixer that is on the higher end of the price scale from Denon mixers. It has USB and MIDI in and out connections on it, you can also use it on your PC or your Mac. The Denon DN-X1600 has over 14 effects on, all of them are solid but nothing to make you want to run out and buy the DN-X1600 over. You cannot rack the DN-X1600 and it does not have a built in playback feature.

UTILIZATION

Setting up the DN-X1600 is semi difficult depending on what other gear you are going to have it working with. There are a lot of inputs on the back of the unit and you will have to be pretty technical in order to figure it all out. Or you can look through the manual which is a pretty thick book, it is very lengthy and not straight to the point.

SOUNDS

The DN-X1600 is very quiet and does not generate any hissing sounds, it does not even get too warm if you are using it for long periods of time. It is a audio interface as well with 4 in and 4 out connections. There are no digital inputs but 1 stereo digital output and a headphone jack. The DN-X1600 has 5 stereo RCA analog inputs and 2 XLR and 2 stereo RCA outputs.

OVERALL OPINION

My favorite part of the DN-X1600 is the layout of it, it is made for heavy mixing. I do wish the screen on it was a bit bigger and had a brighter display. All of the knobs and sliders are made well and will last a long time. The cross fader seems to be decent but I don’t see it lasting more than a few years before it starts to cause some issues. The DN-X1600 is a solid buy, but you can get the MC3000 and virtual have the same thing minus the effects and save 500 dollars.
thenextlevel200604/06/2014

thenextlevel2006's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Excellent compromise allen pio and value for money."

Denon DJ DN-X1600
In summary box has internal effects with the ergonomics and button pio filter as the djm 700. (Who also does a frequency sweep when it is not activated filter.)

Traktor certified soundcard but usable with other program which does not need dedicated sound card as mixvibes vtdj and integrated.

Possibility of using the table full noon.
Equalizer that kill.
And cross fader with adjustable curve and hardness setting of cross cut by no cons for the cross but not necessary due to the original setting.

The fader is super soft to the touch of magnetic fader we say at home or rane allen.

The race fader and longer than pio progressive and well when it is set in the middle which is not the case of new home nuo ecler.

UTILIZATION

Yes except for the super simple config sound card you just watching a youtube tutorial and password.

Do not confuse the inputs and outputs of the sound card on the selectors above the tracks.
(To test a djm 850 config s is the inverse of djm I have search for a while I believed that the table was defective)

You can set one for recording in traktor for example.

Config card internally in the menu of the table and also in traktor setting.

SOUNDS

The sound is clean and clear.
Yes the equalizer is effective kill it well and can be internally set if desired.
The master must be set internally to not saturated because there is a limitation set.
If the limit is too low, well you will hear it soon in pregnant dice that you will pass the 0 db. (It saturates the stock has once again I believed that the table was defective)

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for a few weeks.

I 'am very happy so I do it again this choice without hesitation I have had any occasion.
LafonkYoy06/27/2012

LafonkYoy's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Mauaise experience"

Denon DJ DN-X1600
Very good sound for the price and for a number table.
Almost complete package: multi-fx, noon, 2 USB, adjustable full of things ...

UTILIZATION

Manual moderately clear, simply grope and understand.
It is not clear to fly from one end to another

Big big problem on the multi-effect with particular engagement, cuts, increases or decreases in earnings, the time that the processor mouline, see the sound stops completely or multi-fx which failed not switch.
I thought this might be a defect, I sent a first table for an exchange but the second works even worse.

Moreover, in less than a week of use, the cue began to malfunction (I selected a channel, I heard another in the headphone or no)

SOUNDS

Very good sound.

Against by the equalization is pretty bad, actually, it cuts well and one can choose the frequency spectrum for acute low ... but when it comes to exceed the zero gain: it's bad. Almost nothing happens in 90 ° and then it rises sharply to saturate very quickly (especially acute) so basically 3 position knob and impossible to make a fine tuning.

OVERALL OPINION

I will return the second and request a refund.
Laurent Schaëffer 1807/15/2011

Laurent Schaëffer 18's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Not bad"

Denon DJ DN-X1600
What is the type of connection?

-RCA Jack, XLR.

How accurate sampling?

Processing-DSP's internal 32 bit floating point, D / A converter 32 bit
24-Interface USB2.0 bits/96kHz (type "sound card)

How many lanes, bus attendant, departures, returns ...)?

-4 / 4 out (stereo)

-4 Line, 3 Phono
Digital Out-configurable (44.1/48/96kHz)
-Output "master" balanced / unbalanced
Output-symmetric BOOTH
-2 Microphone inputs with level control for DUCKING
-Départs/retours For external effects
Digital Out-configurable (44.1/48/96kHz)
-Headphone output with function "Split Cue"
USB-Ports
-V-Link allows DJs to control V-4/V-8 Edirol video equipment in
Using audio features

An effects section is it integrated?

-Independent effects processors with 14 types of effects (Delay, Echo, Trans, Flanger, Filter, Phaser, Reverb, Echo, Reverb, Loop, Rev-Loop, Pitch Shift, PingPong Delay, Beat Scratch, BeatBreaker, departure / return)

UTILIZATION

The general configuration is it simple?

Yes *


The manual is clear and sufficient?

Yes *

The usual functions are they easily accessible?

Yes, taken in hand in under 10 minutes ...


(*) Except for the MIDI which can cause many problems for novices and is very well explained ... If you took the desire to control software and you are not an expert computer art, drop! Denon will say they are not software vendors and these vendors will ask you a big check of 500 € in advance to any support ...

SOUNDS

The console is transparent?

-The sound that comes out is very correct.

The equalizer is effective?

Yes, with the possibility of "killer" frequencies.

She introduced the breath?

-Not at this time ...

OVERALL OPINION

How long have you use it?

-January 2011

Have you tried many other models before buying it?

A shoebox-Gemini.

What is so special that you like most and least?

Most

-Quality manufacturing and design cool
Cue Split it that will listen to the program right and the left cue
pieces for "difficult" ...
The sound-
-The well thought out ergonomics
The integrated sound card, avoiding an investment for those who want to register.
-Ease of use *
, The equalizer
Some effects, and well thought out section (Echo, Delay, Loop, Rev-Loop, Reverb, Echo Reverb, Trans Beat Breaker and with what can be created perso.Il pattern is excellent that one ...)
-Setting the cross fader tension
Rotary-knobs of good quality
-Ability to "kill" with the equalizer.

The -

-Those who wish to control software will no longer use the section
effects ... bad ...

-Channel Faders too hard for my taste.

BPM-Detection of erratic with some songs, however well marked, even
mode "TAP", which poses problems of sync with the effects loop between
autres.mieux is sure of the result to the headphone before throwing cash ... But
when it works, it works!

Unable to grind-type effects Flanger, Phaser, are Reverb.Ils
systematically set on the BPM (4 / 1, 2/1...etc) ... Re-pity ...

-* (See above ...)

How would you rate the quality / price?

Correct-I pense.Il is surely better but more expensive ...

With experience, you do again this choice?

I think if I had to change, I would resume without a MIDI and void, just accompanied by a Kaoss Pad 3 (I ordered anyway ...)
However, this table is to me a product correct.Je am not a "must" but I do not recommend it either.
coco loco01/15/2010

coco loco's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Denon DJ DN-X1600
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