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  • Awesome!

    Denon DJ DN-X1700Published on 01/19/13 at 10:27
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    See the test is very comprehensive.

    UTILIZATION

    Table easy to use, a little less for the FX, the basic functions are immediately accessible.

    SOUNDS

    Transparent table, kills are effective, non-existent breath (breath little vinyl mode).

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it now for two months (evenings and at home). It replaces a Numark DXM 06.
    Before purchasing this model, I tried Pioneer, Numark different, Behringer (yes, must see if the price difference is justified with leading) or Vestax.
    What I like:
    - The number of entries (FYI, 4 lines, 4 phono, 4 and 4 USB Digital)
    - Ability to assign analog inputs,
    - 2 mic inputs, sufficient for many basic benefit (1HF + 1DJ)
    -......
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    See the test is very comprehensive.

    UTILIZATION

    Table easy to use, a little less for the FX, the basic functions are immediately accessible.

    SOUNDS

    Transparent table, kills are effective, non-existent breath (breath little vinyl mode).

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it now for two months (evenings and at home). It replaces a Numark DXM 06.
    Before purchasing this model, I tried Pioneer, Numark different, Behringer (yes, must see if the price difference is justified with leading) or Vestax.
    What I like:
    - The number of entries (FYI, 4 lines, 4 phono, 4 and 4 USB Digital)
    - Ability to assign analog inputs,
    - 2 mic inputs, sufficient for many basic benefit (1HF + 1DJ)
    - Opportunity to lead or not the mics at the Booth output and REC
    - 2 independent effects processors assignable to various grafted,
    - An exit booth,
    - The limiter on the master (configuration reduces the sound)
    - Possibility of applying a gain of 10 compared to the master input (after update)
    - Adjustment of cross fader curves and linear
    - Many configurable functions (frequency of kill, EQ microphone, integrated limiter threshold, sampling frequency, ...)
    - Various connectors with digital output
    - Support in sound card I / O,
    - The sound quality: the ability to use table converter NA if the decks have a mediocre sound (in my case I use turntables Gemini CDJ 700, as I say it is ...), listening to vinyl is a treat via phono inputs (hi-fi quality), very little noise, and the overall gain in quality compared to my old mixer (even if this demerit, quite the contrary, ...)
    - FX (no comparison with the integrated FX Gemini turntables ...), easy to set up, low cut filter and high cut knob with the other independent FX
    - Bright screen with menus, configuration and BPM FX
    - The quality of the headphone output,
    - Accuracy of the meters, indicating the presence of the microphone signal, LED limiter
    - Color backlit buttons differ depending on the type of source,
    - No separate power supply bulky
    - Standard size
    - Adjustable crossfader hardness,
    - Complete manual.

    On the negative side:
    - The limiter does not affect the output and Booth rec,
    - No FX separated for 2 microphones, adjustable range of the EQ microphones,
    - No output jack on the master but only on the booth which has no XLR
    - Quite hot (beware vents mount flight)
    - USB port on the rear panel of the table, not easy to achieve in a flight.

    In conclusion, a very functional table that can serve as a mobile disco dj DJ at a club. It certainly miss innovative features found on a DJM 2000 but to use that I do is already top!
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  • Super table

    Denon DJ DN-X1700Published on 08/17/12 at 01:57
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    For specifications, see the website of Denon DJ.

    UTILIZATION

    Fairly easy to configure we know how to use a mixing desk. It is fairly intuitive, and I opened the manual just out of curiosity and for any function a little more advanced, such as adjusting the EQ frequency sound card or party.

    The concern of this table (for me) is the log very "Pioneer" but it has the advantage of quickly finding its mark, especially when the other person find themselves playing it. Once the principle of double effect included, everything is super simple, and the backlight knobs is a real plus when it gets dark.

    SOUNDS

    The bulk of this argument is sound console, in addition to the double effect......
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    For specifications, see the website of Denon DJ.

    UTILIZATION

    Fairly easy to configure we know how to use a mixing desk. It is fairly intuitive, and I opened the manual just out of curiosity and for any function a little more advanced, such as adjusting the EQ frequency sound card or party.

    The concern of this table (for me) is the log very "Pioneer" but it has the advantage of quickly finding its mark, especially when the other person find themselves playing it. Once the principle of double effect included, everything is super simple, and the backlight knobs is a real plus when it gets dark.

    SOUNDS

    The bulk of this argument is sound console, in addition to the double effect and functionality afternoon and everything it offers. As I said above, the design is very reminiscent of that of a Pioneer, so you can feel that Denon has chosen to defy choosing this provision. And clearly won the battle for Denon, the sound of this table is super clean, while having a lot of reserve power level. Where a Pioneer send sound quite cold and metallic limit, the Denon is more neutral and clear, with a sound more faithful. My monitor appreciate :)

    So no breath. And what is the EQ, I had this problem with saving some table, have not always EQ set. For example on my Numark DXM Pro (and many Numark in general) is the medium that cuts too wide and therefore acts almost as a gain on the Pioneer is the bass that cut a little too high and therefore acted like a medium low (I use the filter once when I mix on DJM-800). There, on the Denon, no worries, even though the original is set, and if it be not a stroll in the menu and it is editable.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for about 6 or 7 months.


    Before that I had a Numark DXM Pro at home, and a Pioneer DJM-800 to work, I also had other smaller Numark, played a lot of time on Xone, and occasionally on Rane TM57 or the Korg "I know the model (the one with the integrated Kaos No)" to a friend.


    What prompted me to buy this table is the sound quality already. I was moved to purchase the 1600 but a good money back unexpected made me take the plunge for 1700. I scratch a lot and the cross is more robust and flexible (you can setup more flexibility in the curve), and the track are also adjustable, which reminds me of my old table scratch. I need 4 tracks and scratch table is not too supply suddenly I fell back on the table more oriented club, and I'm not disappointed at all. The double effect is nice and easy to update in place. No bug for the moment, the screen is clear, the sound is clean and powerful (usually engineers or in the event I play make me a half set the master unless another DJ ...). Another small detail that I had not thought of buying it, the microphone input with 2 and a volume for each volume + for both at the same time, an "on / off" each also quite practice. The headphone output is also clean and powerful, never used more than half, even club. At the end, there are the classics, plus the beatbreaker which I became addicted (with the possibility of its own patern).


    For "less", I'm not sure what to say, may be the price, even if it worth. The fact that it heats up a bit, but nothing annoying, just I try to find fault. Actually, the thing that bothered me the most was the fact that on the 1600 it y'ai the small button noon over there is not the 1700, but there's the double effect so it compensates (and I not really serve the noon part is ...). The biggest flaw that could give this table (at least for me) is that we do not really use the little two effects simultaneously. But using a little cheat effect on the track and the other on the master. I also had some trouble with setting noon, which is not super easy, but I have not really pushed it for the moment, so I prefer not to go too far above.


    The price / quality ratio is excelling. Quality is at the rendezvous, the sound is there, so no regret for what is my choice. I am a former user Numark great, but last year, I converted to Denon, and no regrets :)
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  • super machine

    Denon DJ DN-X1700Published on 05/26/12 at 06:47
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    connectors: RCA, XLR for Master, jacks, jack PM 5 branches, 2 usb jack
    4 taken digitals


    Precision Sample Rate dl is 24bit/96kHz

    Equalizers are adjustable so the

    the DNX 1700 has two independent effects boxes has

    UTILIZATION

    yes it is easy to use menu is easily accessible pourtous the parameter

    the manual is clear and is sufficient


    functions are all available hands on

    SOUNDS

    dn the X1700 is similar to a djm 800 so there are fast c marks

    Equalizers are the super they are also very accurate and configurable


    it nya no breath sound is what comes out great (I'm entreint listen to vinyl is the sound I tell you my ears are not even the angels)

    OVERALL OPINION
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    connectors: RCA, XLR for Master, jacks, jack PM 5 branches, 2 usb jack
    4 taken digitals


    Precision Sample Rate dl is 24bit/96kHz

    Equalizers are adjustable so the

    the DNX 1700 has two independent effects boxes has

    UTILIZATION

    yes it is easy to use menu is easily accessible pourtous the parameter

    the manual is clear and is sufficient


    functions are all available hands on

    SOUNDS

    dn the X1700 is similar to a djm 800 so there are fast c marks

    Equalizers are the super they are also very accurate and configurable


    it nya no breath sound is what comes out great (I'm entreint listen to vinyl is the sound I tell you my ears are not even the angels)

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have been using a good month

    yes j I try small table START because I voyer not interais to buy
    tables
    expensive knowing that you not mix c j have try numark Beringher ecler

    most: the views meters 2 boxes has the effect of studio-quality components and j also like the bright circles of knobs which changes colors when you choose the blue MIDI turntables cd c c c green and orange vinyl turntable and digitals red

    the least: I find the d band equalizer knob a little hard but it is new and therefore I find them a little too accurate but I must habitut m

    it is a bit dear but good sound and the qualiter component is irreproachable with the update is not controlling TRAKTOR

    yes I remake that choice without problem
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  • Denon DJ DN-X1700Published on 10/28/09 at 07:30
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Specifications

    Table 4 channel assignment matrix for input line
    4 phono, 4 USB inputs and 4 digital inputs

    UTILIZATION

    I had my hands a DN-X 1500 for a week and filed a notice fairly negative overall
    http://www.vincenhouse.free.fr/Vincenhouse/Materiel/Test_dn-x_1500S/dnx1500s.php

    On the DN-X 1700 I took the leap without thinking too much, given that Denon has highlighted the quality of materials used both mechanical and electronic (ALPS faders, cross flexfader, high quality audio output transformer for separate phono and line, large, easily readable display, headphone output of excellent quality ...)

    Denon has read my test and was able to correct the flaws!
    We are far......
    Read more
    Specifications

    Table 4 channel assignment matrix for input line
    4 phono, 4 USB inputs and 4 digital inputs

    UTILIZATION

    I had my hands a DN-X 1500 for a week and filed a notice fairly negative overall
    http://www.vincenhouse.free.fr/Vincenhouse/Materiel/Test_dn-x_1500S/dnx1500s.php

    On the DN-X 1700 I took the leap without thinking too much, given that Denon has highlighted the quality of materials used both mechanical and electronic (ALPS faders, cross flexfader, high quality audio output transformer for separate phono and line, large, easily readable display, headphone output of excellent quality ...)

    Denon has read my test and was able to correct the flaws!
    We are far from the master output is blowing quite pronounced in headphones, plastic faders, a cross section that bad, a real heater ready to burn ... short, all that we say no more, the table reacts to the finger and the eye with an even higher quality than my old table Rane Empath ;-)
    At least here the price is justified and offset

    SOUNDS

    The console is transparent?
    Well no I way! lol

    She introduced the breath?
    No nichts nothing nada, pushing the master volume to max nothing also
    The headphone output is heard by pushing up but remains the most discrete headphone I've ever heard

    The equalizer is it effective? ...
    Total cut for each frequency band, with very interesting options to choose bands fréqueces for bass and treble (thus implicitly media)
    The only criticism I can make is that a reduction in frequency is heard quickly, we must be careful enough but hey, I leave a Rane with softer curves and gains less pronounced, it is s' used to it ...
    Unfortunately there is no

    OVERALL OPINION

    For how long have you been using it?
    3 weeks since I tested all its functions at 100%

    What thing do you like most/least about it?
    At noon, double box effects

    Did you try many other models before getting this one?
    I leave a Rane Empath, I tested a week basically a DN-X 1500

    What is your opinion about the value for the price?
    Honestly, the price is still too

    Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice? ...
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