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Denon DJ DN-S1000

DN-S1000, Tabletop DJ player from Denon DJ.

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Average Score:4.5( 4.5/5 based on 58 reviews )
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Audience: Beginners
Audiofanzine FR12/16/2010

Audiofanzine FR's review

Denon DJ DN-S1000
Originally written by pierreblc91 on Audiofanzine FR.

I've been using two pieces for about eight months (I bought them from a friend who had bought them one year before).

I also tried out Pioneer CDJ800, CDJ900, CDJ2000 and Denon DNS1000, DNS1200, DNS3700.
I only tried Pioneer and Denon (which seem to be the reference).

Use:

Pros: very precise pitch bend buttons, tags, mp3, fast, reliable, music search rotary knob.

Cons: jog cannot be used for bends (which isn't too bad thanks to the pitch bend knobs), VBR mp3 files must be converted into CBR mp3 since the unit doesn't like them (no time hold, pitch/bend not adjustable, no repeated multiple Cue. Finally: only cons you can avoid...

Useless: effects (I prefer the my mixer's effects) and scratch (scratching with a 3" jog is no fun). Personally I don't use it although the scratch sound is rather good. (scratch fans: give the DNS3700 a try).

There's a noticeable difference with Pioneer products: the Cue and Play buttons move several mm instead of less than 1 mm on the Pioneers... it's all a matter of habit (I personally prefer the Pioneer solution).

Other features:

Pros:
- The slipmats (are fun).
- Dimensions: very compact, easily transportable, extremely convenient (+ for mobile applications).
Cons:
- Dimensions: looks like an unprofessional toy.
- Slipmats: same comment (but they are fun).

As far as I know, no other product can beat this regarding value for money, except for its successor, the Denon DNS1200, which adds Ethernet and usb ports, pitch shift @ 0.02% or 0.05% (0.1% on the DNS1000).

Based on my experience and considering my current budget, of course I would buy it again. If I had more money, I would probably go for a Pioneer, even although the value for money is not that good, the use is more intuitive and mixing is much easier (with more precision).
kaelig.sourzur09/09/2013

kaelig.sourzur's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Denon DJ DN-S1000
Hello, I'm new and I practice as an amateur.
I just bought this board and I then noticed that the mp3 function does not work.
Could you tell me about the problem due to sil-you-please.
Thank you
samba97408/27/2013

samba974's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" her little sister is more reliable"

Denon DJ DN-S1000
I do not own I Souvant used in a friend I owns her little sister dn-s 700

it is two times more reliable it is also no usb input digital input ok but there is no scratch but please scratch on the deck its not done more then the screen is tilted at applied which is pro
Dagown11/14/2012

Dagown's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Good start for CD players"

Denon DJ DN-S1000
How long have you been using?
I have used 3 years.

What is so special that you like most and least?
Most:
- The hot cues.
- Built-in effects.
- The reactivity.

Cons:
- Mode scratch unusable.
- No USB port.
- Their colors.

How long have you been using? What is so special that you like most and least? Did you try many other models before buying it?
No, it was my first CD decks.

How do you rate the quality / price?
Or the price I have them (450 € used) this is a very good quality / price ratio.

With experience, you do again this choice? ...
To start, yes.
Big Fat Duck09/19/2012

Big Fat Duck's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Denon DJ DN-S1000
I use them for 4 years, they have never failed me. I recommend to all beginners and amateur.

What I like:
accurate, simple with just enough.
The small size.
quality.

I do not like:
as this is not a pioneer ... we are not trained to animate nightclub (and this is really the only problem).
olivaldo02/18/2011

olivaldo's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" The perfect deck for beginners"

Denon DJ DN-S1000
For how long have you been using it?
This will be a year since I use these plates in the evening at home

Did you try many other models before getting this one?
I've tried any other models

Pros:
The 6-board effects, the mouth of the beast, its size, it is ergonomic, easy grip as very intuitive, the answer key, playback mp3, etc. ... Wholesale: EVERYTHING!

Cons:
The counter-BPM worse than rotten (not absolutely precise)
The cue-scripts or play / pause or another may fade with time

What is your opinion about the value for the price?
More than excellent for what it is.

Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice?
Platinum is the ideal for young DJ who enter the profession. It lies just below the professional turntables. For those receiving more in this area, this deck they are not destiny. Turn to the Denon DN-S3700 or Pioneer.





12/09/2010

Anonymous 's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Well for a start"

Denon DJ DN-S1000
For how long have you been using it? I use it for 3 years soon.

What thing do you like most/least about it?
Pros: The hot start, ease of use, the pitch that goes up to approximately 100 per 100, slipmats, its small size.
Cons: the color blue and gray why not rather a simple black which is consistent with the greater part of mixing consoles, effects from the break and the filter are a little unnecessary, does the scratch is almost nothing, accuracy of the plateau.

Did you try many other models before getting this one? No this is my first turntables.

What is your opinion about the value for the price? For price and I got it (450 euro) the price / quality ratio is excellent.

Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice? I would do without hesitation that choice as a first decks are ideal for beginners to art what the mix, but otherwise no longer an "apprentice dj" I tend to move towards 400 or cdj Pioneer 800 which seems more "pro".







pierreblc9110/17/2010

pierreblc91's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Denon DJ DN-S1000
I used two since then about 8 months (bought a friend who had last year).

Pioneer CDJ800 CDJ900 I try CDJ2000, Denon DNS1000, DNS1200, DNS3700.
So I did not try other brands as Pioneer and Denon (which are apparently the reference).
Level of use:

The pros: The very specific on pitch bend buttons, tags, mp3, fast reliability dial to search for music. Very useful from the Pioneer CDJ800: 2-line screen, which lets you see the time and the track at the same time (personally I find it a bit Gnant have to switch from text mode at time 2 times by music during an evening!)

The -: The jog unusable bend (okay, there are pitch bend buttons), MP3 VBR reading: we must think convert mp3 VBR CBR, if not platinum gre bad sound (not put the time remain, impossible to hit the pitch at the bend, you can not cue session can (once stopped, it must qq platinum seconds to reload the music). Finally that of - that can be pricks ...

The unnecessary: Effects: Personally, I use the effects on my table that I think are better grs; The scratch: what is the intrt scratch jog on a 8cm diameter? I personally do not use it, but it is true that the sound from scratch is rather beautiful. (Amateur scratch, go DNS3700 is standard).

Always use level, there is also something that changes a lot of pioneer: the cue buttons and play with a stroke of several millimeters, not even 1 mm cons for Pioneer, but it was not until a habit (it's true that prefers those pioneer but a dtail).
On the rest:

The pros:
- The sliptats, it's funny.
- The size: very small, super portable, super convenient (+ for mobile disco).
The -:
- Size: made toy, not necessarly pro (- for KKS).
- The slipmats: made toy (they're crazy it's funny).
In terms of quality price, I did not know better from his replaceable denon DNS1200 which includes more port Ethernet, USB, and a pitch or 0.02% 0.05% (against 0.1% for DNS1000) but hey same 0.1% has put a bit of time to DCAL.

With exprience with my current budget, I REFERRED Obviously this choice, but if I had more money put in the plates, I think that certainly I will pioneer a poorer quality price but when that is even more intuitive and much easier to mix (more specific on more attending (even a bit too))

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APRS my exprience, quality price!
03/02/2010

Anonymous 's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Denon DJ DN-S1000
Good turntable, robust, reliable and very complete. The effects are very good quality. The display is nice, the grip becomes intuitive after a few months of use. 150 euro bought used very big deal at this price.
Dj-max02/15/2010

Dj-max's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Denon DJ DN-S1000
For how long have you been using it? 1 year Depusi soon
Did you try many other models before getting this one? These are my first CD player (though I had been loaned to Pioneer CDJ 100, and I have not all hung), but before I had a pair of Numark TT200.

What thing do you like most/least about it?
For more: Almost all the effects are nickel plated, can really make a lot of things with these decks.
At least: Maybe the design of the plate, but hey, it's not 'cause there is not very nice deck that we will not choose it, especially this one with the many quality

What is your opinion about the value for the price? So I'm leaving for my art got to 350 the pair, and there is really great quality / price ratio, especially that Denon is not the stew, so I personally recommend it to all who want DJ start and certainly do not want this to ruin.

Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice? With experience, no I do not think I would lean more to the above range, see other brands, but if I am still a beginner would not hesitate to take these turntables.