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Denon DJ DN-S5000

Tabletop DJ player from Denon DJ .

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Denon DJ DN-S5000Published on 08/17/04 at 15:22
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Hi.
It's a great product! A buy without fear.
The same price as a Pioneer, with more features! better touch! more reliable!
A value on.
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Denon DJ DN-S5000Published on 12/22/04 at 03:04
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Frankly they tear ...... but I will not hide you that I'm patoger with function ...
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" Good but not for scratching !!!"

Denon DJ DN-S5000Published on 12/03/14 at 04:19
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I used two Denon dn-s 5000 for 1 mois.J'ai so not like to do some scratch with that I have sold one month after having bought ..
It is thanks to the opinions such as that of Anonymous and many other (I make the mistake of bought dn-s 5000) who say that there is the vinyl feeling I bought this for me is that decks are not made for scratching.
To mix it even happens not super convenient with the scratch function, the set because too much concern.
So not to reviews, the best is to test the same opportunity in private ..
Engine torque is a real m .... even to wedge the plate and on vinyl is not terrible ..
Platinum too expensive despite these features ..
I pressed on vinyl so......
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I used two Denon dn-s 5000 for 1 mois.J'ai so not like to do some scratch with that I have sold one month after having bought ..
It is thanks to the opinions such as that of Anonymous and many other (I make the mistake of bought dn-s 5000) who say that there is the vinyl feeling I bought this for me is that decks are not made for scratching.
To mix it even happens not super convenient with the scratch function, the set because too much concern.
So not to reviews, the best is to test the same opportunity in private ..
Engine torque is a real m .... even to wedge the plate and on vinyl is not terrible ..
Platinum too expensive despite these features ..
I pressed on vinyl so it's nice the touch of a MK2.

I never do this choice.
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" Very interesting but complex to take charge"

Denon DJ DN-S5000Published on 03/04/12 at 05:21
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A very good model in my opinion, but still not the best of the range.
A panel of very interesting features like the ability to play a song for a while without the cd is in the platinum (can mix with a single plate in case of problems or duplication of the number plate: 4 turntables at all for 2 real turntables).

The big downside still remains its complexity, it is imperative to be patient and instructions!
The turntable is a plus but not everyone will appreciate it.

A good turntable as a whole, therefore, it is enough for me and very reasonable in terms of price.
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  • Manufacturer: Denon DJ
  • Model: DN-S5000
  • Category: Tabletop DJ players
  • Added in our database on: 02/06/2003

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Other names: dn s5000, dns5000, dn s 5000, dn s50 00, dns50 00, dn s 50 00, dns5000, dns 50 00

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