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The unit is a solid steel MIDI controller designed for the home DJ or party laptop DJ on the go.

 

Used together with the DJ's mixer and PC software of choice, the DN-SC2000 has a two-layer system, and the unit can control two decks at once (with visible deck color change), or be paired with another DN-SC2000 unit to control four decks. The DN-SC2000 is optimized for Traktor Pro users and natively supported by Virtual DJ. The unit connects with the user's PC or Mac via a USB 2.0 interface. The DN-SC2000 includes advanced functions, including MIDI-mapable capability, auto loop function, a range of effects, rugged pitch slider, pitch lock, automatic beat sync, rubber button controls and more.

 

The DN-SC2000 also includes:

  • Newly designed, high-resolution 105-mm touch-sensitive jog wheel
  • 100-mm long Pitch Slider with high 14-bit resolution
  • Pitch Lock function, which holds the pitch value position until the NULL point is reached when using both layers for control
  • File browse navigation buttons and rotary encoder file selector knob with illuminated ring
  • Cue and Play buttons
  • Eight (4 + 4) Hot Cue/Sampler buttons with dual bank selector key
  • Auto Loop Button with Beat Jump (Loop Cut) and Manual Loop In/Out buttons
  • EFX Unit 1 and 2 layer button with color change LED
  • Dry/Wet Parameter encoder knob with illuminated ring
  • Three EFX Parameter encoder knobs with illuminated ring
  • EFX 1&2 On/Off buttons with color change LEDs
  • Shift Key – used for various dual button operations
  • Search Keys to advance around within the file
  • Denon's "Pitch Bend" keys
  • Vinyl and Pitch Bend Jog modes
  • SYNC button for beat matching between decks
  • Key Lock on/off button with LED confirmation
  • Utility presets to adjust paired MIDI channels 1-8, and other items


The DN-SC2000 measures 6.7" x 1.2" x 8.6" and weighs approximately 2.9 lb. Power is supplied through the USB connection (i.e. no wall adapter needed), and a 1-meter (39.37") USB cable is included. The unit also features a Kensington lock security slot terminal to prevent theft.

 

Pricing & Availability

The DN-SC2000 Controller will be available fall 2010 with a U.S. MSRP of $299.99. For more information, please visit www.denondj.com.

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