The Dutch importer of Denon DJ gear has posted a video preview of their new flagship, the Denon DN-X1700.
According to them this four-channel tabletop mixer will be available in the fall of this year with a price tag of 2000 Euro.
A 4-channel ‘industry standard’ size table top design, the design is ‘a spacious layout, with highly tactile controls widely and logically laid out to enable easy operation during performance’ according to Denon.
This features large rubberised knobs, studio quality 60 mm Alps K Series channel faders, 45 mm FLEX cross fader, high visibility colour LCD display, extended 24 point LED channel and output metering, and LED ring metering around the control knobs.
In operation, principal features related to the power and flexibility of the DN-X1700 are, according to Denon, its Matrix Input Assignment with digital input and MIDI / USB audio, independent and parametric 3-band EQ with Kill on each channel, and dual independent EFX processors. The two EFX processors are located together, with the 3.5 inch TFT colour LCD positioned directly above, for ease of operation. One or other, or both EFX are selectable per channel, and combined EFX operation is available.
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