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  • Jem10Jem10

    Denon DJ DN-D4500Published on 06/30/05 at 01:02
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Before buying a, to compare Numark CDN 95 ...
    Advantages of CDN 95:
    - Dtection perfect BPM (as on the CDN 90)
    - Automatic synchronization of BPM on both drives
    - AND ALIGNMENT automatic BPM on both drives, ON DOWNBEAT.
    Numark is the only offer was - and this is very useful when the DJ a little bit tired ...:-)
  • freevoox.17freevoox.17

    Denon DJ DN-D4500Published on 03/11/10 at 06:57
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  • achat67achat67

    Denon DJ DN-D4500Published on 10/10/06 at 12:52
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    My first double platinum CD.
    Access MP3 fast enough. Customizing different button it's great.
    + The buttons are well positioned to hit a super fast.
    Rubber buttons are too for my taste, especially the play and cue, attention to sprained finger! the solution, briefly pulse.

    The screen brightness and superb.
  • namx41namx41

    Denon DJ DN-D4500Published on 05/18/07 at 14:20
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    I just finished installing a bar in Morocco loundge here's the config of the place:

    1x Allen & Heat Xone Mix 62
    1x Denon DN4500 CD
    1x BSS FDS-334T MiniDrive
    1x ECLER MPA 6-80
    1x QSC RMX 850
    4x sub HK Audio Premium PR: O 18X
    Newtec 12x Cono Alto Audio (This is discovering a brand: HP cap with a sound distribution of 360 is how the sound is thunderous nickel is clear!)

    The Denon is super easy to use. It reads MP3 easily. The sound is clean but watch the quality of your MP3. Better to work in CD Audio.

    Small BMOL: The unit has blocked a few times on MP3 CD really dirty: Forcing of stopping and restart bte! not terrible night when attention your CD!

    The quick search is n…
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    I just finished installing a bar in Morocco loundge here's the config of the place:

    1x Allen & Heat Xone Mix 62
    1x Denon DN4500 CD
    1x BSS FDS-334T MiniDrive
    1x ECLER MPA 6-80
    1x QSC RMX 850
    4x sub HK Audio Premium PR: O 18X
    Newtec 12x Cono Alto Audio (This is discovering a brand: HP cap with a sound distribution of 360 is how the sound is thunderous nickel is clear!)

    The Denon is super easy to use. It reads MP3 easily. The sound is clean but watch the quality of your MP3. Better to work in CD Audio.

    Small BMOL: The unit has blocked a few times on MP3 CD really dirty: Forcing of stopping and restart bte! not terrible night when attention your CD!

    The quick search is not as fast as a particular MP3!
    Beware MP3 VBR, the player plays them no prob but the calibration functions stopped working and flashes on the screen VBR! Use of fixed-rate MP3 or Audio CD best!

    IF NOT A RECOMMENDED!

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