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Denon DJ DN-S3500

Tabletop DJ player from Denon DJ

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jorfi31jorfi31

Denon DJ DN-S3500Published on 07/03/07 at 04:48
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Hi
I think this is the dn S3500 that is not the picture dn D3500!
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jeremy.poisson.14jeremy.poisson.14

What happiness!

Denon DJ DN-S3500Published on 03/06/14 at 15:03
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How long have you use it? For 6 months

Have you tried many other models before buying it? The CDJ 800 MK2 and CDJ 2000

What is the particular feature you like best and least?
The +: The very precise pitch, the turntable which is great for scratch, sampler, hot cue, 6 effects, title display
The -: loading time too long with CD-R/RW (10 to 20 seconds) and the lack of a USB slot

How would you rate the quality / price? I bought used 360 € the pair and I do not regret my purchase, this is the equivalent of the CDJ 1000 Mk3. It will suit beginners to experienced.

With experience, you do again this choice? No ... because I'm interested in the pioneer or the CDJ 900 CDJ or Nexus...…
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How long have you use it? For 6 months

Have you tried many other models before buying it? The CDJ 800 MK2 and CDJ 2000

What is the particular feature you like best and least?
The +: The very precise pitch, the turntable which is great for scratch, sampler, hot cue, 6 effects, title display
The -: loading time too long with CD-R/RW (10 to 20 seconds) and the lack of a USB slot

How would you rate the quality / price? I bought used 360 € the pair and I do not regret my purchase, this is the equivalent of the CDJ 1000 Mk3. It will suit beginners to experienced.

With experience, you do again this choice? No ... because I'm interested in the pioneer or the CDJ 900 CDJ or Nexus 2000, with the experience I need more sophisticated equipment, but I'm attached to my DN-S 3500, they are really great and the quality is really there, if you want good plates at low prices and you are a beginner or experienced DJ, do not hesitate they are made for you
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Drop7Drop7

Good CD player

Denon DJ DN-S3500Published on 03/28/13 at 08:42
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I use it for almost 4 years, after turning on turntables CD format rack system (AudioPhony CD5530).

I had the chance of getting a sale offering me 2 new decks for the price of a very, very big deal, of course, shot quality / price!

I am not using the turntable, unnecessary and not particularly accurate for a penny to mix the tempo, I must say that it was in the first to make this feature one ... effects are very "cheap", but it is not what I asked ... to the mix, I think it is a very good turntable, reliable. They traveled a lot (still rack) one of my decks took the water, I also played in a light rain, no worries, I played in the sand, dust, never had a problem. In short, it's...…
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I use it for almost 4 years, after turning on turntables CD format rack system (AudioPhony CD5530).

I had the chance of getting a sale offering me 2 new decks for the price of a very, very big deal, of course, shot quality / price!

I am not using the turntable, unnecessary and not particularly accurate for a penny to mix the tempo, I must say that it was in the first to make this feature one ... effects are very "cheap", but it is not what I asked ... to the mix, I think it is a very good turntable, reliable. They traveled a lot (still rack) one of my decks took the water, I also played in a light rain, no worries, I played in the sand, dust, never had a problem. In short, it's tough! For me, it totally against the Pioneer CDJ1000 ...

I like to use are the loops and hot cues, very handy for the dynamic mix. Accuracy of pitch very good.
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iansorcereriansorcerer

Denon powaaa ...

Denon DJ DN-S3500Published on 01/09/13 at 15:01
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I used these plates for 3 years. it was my first "big" cd decks up my two turntables.

Before I had the TSB, the gemini, jb system of a dns1000, and try the pioneer.

These plates had only qualities, its very balanced output, flawless finish, robust onboard effects (things missing on the new Denon), the central plateau sturdy and pleasant to use. Never having read with mp3, I do not therefore have worries.

No defects for these plates if it is he started their missed a USB port, and this is what I've sold.

Excellent value for money, well yes it is Denon ...

So if a flying DeLorean remmenait me when I bought them, yes I would do the choice eyes closed. …
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I used these plates for 3 years. it was my first "big" cd decks up my two turntables.

Before I had the TSB, the gemini, jb system of a dns1000, and try the pioneer.

These plates had only qualities, its very balanced output, flawless finish, robust onboard effects (things missing on the new Denon), the central plateau sturdy and pleasant to use. Never having read with mp3, I do not therefore have worries.

No defects for these plates if it is he started their missed a USB port, and this is what I've sold.

Excellent value for money, well yes it is Denon ...

So if a flying DeLorean remmenait me when I bought them, yes I would do the choice eyes closed.
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  • Manufacturer: Denon DJ
  • Model: DN-S3500
  • Category: Tabletop DJ players
  • Added in our database on: 08/17/2005

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