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The DN-F300 is a 1U rackmount digital media file replacement for carousel CD players in BGM and other playback applications.

The DN-F300 is a 1U/HE rackmount solution for the playback of MP3 and uncompressed .WAV music libraries stored on SD and SDHC flashcards (up to 32GB), portable USB flash drives, and self powered HDDs. Designed specifically for the playback of
digital media files in BGM and other playback applications in bars, restaurants, clubs, retail complexes, visitor attractions, and houses of worship, the DN-F300 employs technology and features derived from Denon Professional’s broadcast CD players, to provide dedicated hardware control for the navigation, management and programmable playback of music file libraries, with virtually maintenance free operation.

In addition, a +16% pitch control (controllable from the unit’s IR remote control) and tempo adjust features are designed to make the DN-F300 an ideal solution for use of digital music libraries on SD flashcards or portable storage devices in fitness centres and dance studios.

Able to store the equivalent of upwards of 10 CDs worth of music on a single SD card, it is similarly priced to a standard five CD professional carousel player. An additional major cost and space saving advantage is the unit’s master level control, headphone out with level control and two mic inputs – with level controls and automatic audio ducking for paging and public announcements – which negates the requirement for a separate rack mixer.  

Both SD card slot and USB2.0 port are mounted on the facia, The FL display provides all the necessary operation and file navigation, management and programming information, and large tactile control knobs and illuminated function buttons aid user operation in low light environments. Programme play options include Random, Repeat Directory, Repeat All, and A-B Repeat modes, and there is also a Next Track Select function..  

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