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    Quote Originally Posted by Nakatomi View Post
    Trying to cram all those lovely features into a narrower unit would be pointless IMHO. The majority of mobile djs can't /won't /don't mix so the majority of this thing's features would be superfluous anyway.
    True - and the mobile market is a very very small % of sales for these manufacturers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ppentertainments View Post
    True - and the mobile market is a very very small % of sales for these manufacturers.
    It'd be really nice to see either a USB audio interface for tablets with builtin mic channels though. Or even a revamped hd2500 alike. Maybe with WiFi for a user interface on a tablet...

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    Oh look! Gemini are getting in on the game now too..

    https://www.digitaldjtips.com/2019/0...dalone-system/

    Seems to have everything a mobile needs.. 2 mics.. it's a bit of a beast like the bigger Denons though. Hrm.

    Edit: Just seen this!!! The SDJ-4000 is getting a little brother!

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    No news on pricing or specs of the SDJ-2000 pictured above yet but the SDJ-4000 is expected to retail at $1000

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    I think the next stage (which I'll wait for) is a mixer that comes with an operating system like android built in, that can run apps.

    That gives more flexibility over the software used.

    In the meantime, I get way more features out of virtual dj on a laptop.

    If the presence of a laptop was the issue, the newest tablets running windows would be more than capable and could be placed more discretely.

    However, the laptop had never shown to be an issue. I do feel this current range is trying to fix a problem that doesn't exist.

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    Default The future!

    Denon have now announced (finally) that their Prime hardware has built in wifi and will be able to stream music directly from various providers without involving a computer.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Nakatomi View Post
    Still no actual release date as yet though.
    Supposedly in the country and with distributors now. Believe it when I see it...

    I did wonder if they're stalling to capitalise on the attention and prevent it cannibalising sales of the existing prime single deck players (though it's probably done that already).

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