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  • sinclarsinclar

    Denon DJ DN-2600FPublished on 05/19/05 at 09:06
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    Hi g G50! very good turntable, reliable and very ergonomic! I possde 5 for 5 years and no problems (knock on wood!) provided to take care of! attention to Cygnus, the state of the buttons speaks volumes about the state of the device!
  • DjtipiDjtipi

    Denon DJ DN-2600FPublished on 02/11/07 at 10:13
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    I just bought it used.

    I had a 2100F, which worked very well. But given the price of this board with the effects and Sampler ... It was a shame to deprive myself.

    I just use 1 hour to learn to master the effects. pity that one is obliged to be at the bus stop to select the mode: Effect / sampler / Dscrtch ...
    It's very boring. especially when it's the Denon. It works well.

    The loops are as usual with 2100.

    I have not yet tried the sampler. (I would put a date this notice within a month of intensive use.)

    Value for money: € 430 a nickel machine. Go for it!
  • dj ainsdj ains

    Denon DJ DN-2600FPublished on 09/01/05 at 03:50
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    Frankly ... I knew this product in early 2000 and it is a "reference" for the time ...

    Positives:
    - Simple
    - Complete
    - Not too many options (less time taken)
    - Integrated 2 samplers and associated functions ke
    - Memos CUE points (bcp easier to use than the DN 2500)
    - 3 cue points (a, b, cue) is the bomb on her if you want to try Kelka p'tit live truk
    K'un this loop, one cue at a specific location of the CD (even on a track diff) and intro starting with p'tit.
    - Effects (flanger, reverb, filter, and "scratch").

    Downsides:
    - Too fragile
    - Cost of repairs
    - The effect is not strictly SCRATCH ki is nothing
    - Not the perfect loop sampler
    - Taking the cue points b…
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    Frankly ... I knew this product in early 2000 and it is a "reference" for the time ...

    Positives:
    - Simple
    - Complete
    - Not too many options (less time taken)
    - Integrated 2 samplers and associated functions ke
    - Memos CUE points (bcp easier to use than the DN 2500)
    - 3 cue points (a, b, cue) is the bomb on her if you want to try Kelka p'tit live truk
    K'un this loop, one cue at a specific location of the CD (even on a track diff) and intro starting with p'tit.
    - Effects (flanger, reverb, filter, and "scratch").

    Downsides:
    - Too fragile
    - Cost of repairs
    - The effect is not strictly SCRATCH ki is nothing
    - Not the perfect loop sampler
    - Taking the cue points bcp too long
    - Unable to switch from mode to sample the mix effect during
    - Preset mode not in the mix (that means you can not settle the braketime so it fucks the shit to play with the brake)

    Still Congratulations to Denon DJ for the creation ...
    Because k'elle is very very well and even in 2005 it is used tjs canned ...
    Specialist zouk, commercial, ect ... fo not quibble and bought it mainly k'ojourd'hui kasiment does not cost anything!
    However for the dj with a solid foundation choose the CDJ mode as double plates are too small for my taste (except the exceptional dn 9000).
    But for the CDJ Avoid denon, go for pioneer or wait for the end of September the output of the Denon S-3500 is just SICK
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  • dj birdydj birdy

    Denon DJ DN-2600FPublished on 12/29/05 at 00:10
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    3 months-
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    -Very good today but I lepoke pensse in.
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  • DizonkeDizonke

    Denon DJ DN-2600FPublished on 02/12/09 at 08:52
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    I use it since 2002
    I had a double platinum Quadratech before ... a brand of shit what!

    And yet ... after 4 months of use: the optical drive DENON death! Fortunately it was still guaranteed. But very disappointed, my Quadratech had never made the lurch!

    What I like is the starting line, the points A1 A2 effects.
    Like least: loops that are not made automatically, we must remove them to correct them. The functions that you can not change during playback.

    Many fault the use of force:
    - Readers who open close soon ....
    - The buttons do not work

    Value for money way, I paid € 1200 at the time, forcing ..!
    With the experience I would not take this product anymore, I would cho…
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    I use it since 2002
    I had a double platinum Quadratech before ... a brand of shit what!

    And yet ... after 4 months of use: the optical drive DENON death! Fortunately it was still guaranteed. But very disappointed, my Quadratech had never made the lurch!

    What I like is the starting line, the points A1 A2 effects.
    Like least: loops that are not made automatically, we must remove them to correct them. The functions that you can not change during playback.

    Many fault the use of force:
    - Readers who open close soon ....
    - The buttons do not work

    Value for money way, I paid € 1200 at the time, forcing ..!
    With the experience I would not take this product anymore, I would choose PIONEER
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