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Denon DJ DN-S3000
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Denon DJ DN-S3000

Tabletop DJ player from Denon DJ .

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Denon DJ DN-S3000Published on 10/31/08 at 16:00
The features are also great. It has a sampling feature and a loop feature. It has one hot start. I think it could use more though like the dn-s5000. You can also select a track to play while another one is playing on the same cd. It has great platter reactions. It doesn't slow down or anything. It's great.

Price paid: $700.00 USD

The sound quality is great. It doesn't make any weird noises or anything. Very good sound quality.

It's really easy to use. The layout is really simple. Big buttons for easy cueing and looping. It can't get any easier.

I've had mine for about 1 year and a couple months and not a scratch on it.

I love this thing. I would chose this over the numark cdx any......
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The features are also great. It has a sampling feature and a loop feature. It has one hot start. I think it could use more though like the dn-s5000. You can also select a track to play while another one is playing on the same cd. It has great platter reactions. It doesn't slow down or anything. It's great.

Price paid: $700.00 USD

The sound quality is great. It doesn't make any weird noises or anything. Very good sound quality.

It's really easy to use. The layout is really simple. Big buttons for easy cueing and looping. It can't get any easier.

I've had mine for about 1 year and a couple months and not a scratch on it.

I love this thing. I would chose this over the numark cdx any day. You can beat juggle on this thing and everything. It's just great. It has the same features as the cdx or maybe even more and it's way more simple.

Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
Posted by: mixxmann2500 (January 0-, 2004)
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Denon DJ DN-S3000Published on 02/07/05 at 05:23
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Not good may I tried lai ke 3 hours so voila ...
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Denon DJ DN-S3000Published on 10/05/04 at 14:56
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I just take me a denon s3000 finally I 'am super happy because I have finally found a way to make it go with the precision of a 800 or CDJ 1000 Pioneer in simply removing the species from sheet that is between the metal plate and the slipmat and voila around and play back after all and you will see that when you scratch there 's no more lag forward by the sound relative to the plate if not finally those who took the CDJ800 s' is that it should prefer static tray otherwise if you put a slipmat in place of the original one will find that the slipmat slips below but your hand remains in the same place relative share at the beginning or you have it set so the sound does not decale must be a......
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I just take me a denon s3000 finally I 'am super happy because I have finally found a way to make it go with the precision of a 800 or CDJ 1000 Pioneer in simply removing the species from sheet that is between the metal plate and the slipmat and voila around and play back after all and you will see that when you scratch there 's no more lag forward by the sound relative to the plate if not finally those who took the CDJ800 s' is that it should prefer static tray otherwise if you put a slipmat in place of the original one will find that the slipmat slips below but your hand remains in the same place relative share at the beginning or you have it set so the sound does not decale must be a repere on the plastic disc above the slipmat stick a tape or other recess is over and you will see that AC follows otherwise no complaints Once this defautl settle Denon offers you far more than pioneer for a price slightly higher only
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Denon DJ DN-S3000Published on 12/15/04 at 13:31
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I do not understand because I have a plaque that blocks between the CD. I want to know how to remove it.
Thank you in advance if they are top
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  • Manufacturer: Denon DJ
  • Model: DN-S3000
  • Category: Tabletop DJ players
  • Added in our database on: 09/10/2003

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