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  • larrysticlarrystic

    Terrible!

    Denon DJ DN-SC2000Published on 09/24/11 at 08:23
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Denon has released the solution to my problem of money. I bought my two turntables separately and prevent economies (that I never knew how, I'm a spendthrift). And I immediately dark top.

    Once received, it was love at first sight! BCD3000 with next, it parrait as solid as a tank, it was pretty and not afraid to get out of the box. :)

    Once connected via USB (self-supplied I love you <3), the driver installs itself, has been importing tsi in traktor and it's ready! : D
    [PS: I had a lot of trouble to make them live with my BCD3000 but not of the turntables Denon]

    Level features, everything is there and my favorite is the lovely and CUE buttons big enough. The effects are super easy …
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    Denon has released the solution to my problem of money. I bought my two turntables separately and prevent economies (that I never knew how, I'm a spendthrift). And I immediately dark top.

    Once received, it was love at first sight! BCD3000 with next, it parrait as solid as a tank, it was pretty and not afraid to get out of the box. :)

    Once connected via USB (self-supplied I love you <3), the driver installs itself, has been importing tsi in traktor and it's ready! : D
    [PS: I had a lot of trouble to make them live with my BCD3000 but not of the turntables Denon]

    Level features, everything is there and my favorite is the lovely and CUE buttons big enough. The effects are super easy to manipulate as well. In short that happiness!

    A detail that bothers me a little but that it is time, the knobs are notched and lack a bit of precision (especially for the filter that is boring).

    Finally here, thank you Denon!

    (And there are very few mixers to go with midi, it's a shame)
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  • 1aranzant1aranzant

    Simply The Best

    Denon DJ DN-SC2000Published on 05/25/11 at 09:44
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use this controller with Traktor Pro 2 (the new)! It's made for Traktor so 100% of the features are usable.

    Denon, which is still a top quality, we propose a controller for a very generous!

    If you bowl ral CDs, and you want very easily and intuitively select your songs, so I do not know better.

    I strongly recommend it!
  • Dav_75083Dav_75083

    Cool!

    Denon DJ DN-SC2000Published on 05/24/11 at 15:42
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Used for 6 months with Traktor Duo Sound Card Native Instruments Audio2 and Ecler DJ Nuo2 (or not).

    I was looking for a light yet full controller with a jog wheel, I could use with Traktor (Duo) + Mixer: Denon has done!
    And for a first attempt is really successful.
    I tried different CD players of course with a preference for CDJ 800 and Pioneer 1000 of which are fantastic at the touch of the jog wheel, buttons, interface.
    Anyway, a pair of CDJ is cumbersome, expensive and it does not read hard drives filled to the brim with tracks in FLAC format, nor can prepare playlists etc..

    The big advantage of this sc2000-dn is that you can control 2 decks with a single controller! Wow! A b…
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    Used for 6 months with Traktor Duo Sound Card Native Instruments Audio2 and Ecler DJ Nuo2 (or not).

    I was looking for a light yet full controller with a jog wheel, I could use with Traktor (Duo) + Mixer: Denon has done!
    And for a first attempt is really successful.
    I tried different CD players of course with a preference for CDJ 800 and Pioneer 1000 of which are fantastic at the touch of the jog wheel, buttons, interface.
    Anyway, a pair of CDJ is cumbersome, expensive and it does not read hard drives filled to the brim with tracks in FLAC format, nor can prepare playlists etc..

    The big advantage of this sc2000-dn is that you can control 2 decks with a single controller! Wow! A brilliant little button toggles a plate (+ effects and filters) to another.

    Buttons and other effects are OK and illuminated in color. The jog wheel is correct although I found its surface a little too smooth and slippery.
    A small criticism in the title search button a bit small and does "not turn in a vacuum"

    Well I am very critical for 200 € but frankly, I'm very happy with my purchase. Recommended.
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  • Anonymous

    Satisfactory

    Denon DJ DN-SC2000Published on 03/22/11 at 16:16
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use them for 2 weeks under virtual dj pro 7 Card Maya, ASUS vista pc

    The pros: sturdy, top quality, backlit rubber buttons, different colors according to the state, very accurate! ; Fully customizable; cue points;
    A USB cable unplugged by accident? no worries, you can still use the other deck and this without causing a white or a crash due to function DECK CHG. you just have to reconnect your drive and lost the back quietly without restarting VDJ! simply by doing a new search in "Mapper" and continue as if nothing had happened (phew!) and finally look good in the evening.

    the -: the fact that there have no sound card? we're talking about midi controllers, no cd or mp3 players! So
    no…
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    I use them for 2 weeks under virtual dj pro 7 Card Maya, ASUS vista pc

    The pros: sturdy, top quality, backlit rubber buttons, different colors according to the state, very accurate! ; Fully customizable; cue points;
    A USB cable unplugged by accident? no worries, you can still use the other deck and this without causing a white or a crash due to function DECK CHG. you just have to reconnect your drive and lost the back quietly without restarting VDJ! simply by doing a new search in "Mapper" and continue as if nothing had happened (phew!) and finally look good in the evening.

    the -: the fact that there have no sound card? we're talking about midi controllers, no cd or mp3 players! So
    not really a point -

    I was looking for controllers to use VDJ7, nothing else! these controllers with VDJ allies are a great alternative to CD players too expensive for the intended use

    PS: VERY IMPORTANT: READ THE INSTRUCTIONS! AND UNDERSTAND THE
    These controllers are very full!
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