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    Default DENON PRIME 4

    https://www.westenddj.co.uk/blog/pri...dj-controller/

    Any one want to give me £1500???????????

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    Quote Originally Posted by djdj View Post
    https://www.westenddj.co.uk/blog/pri...dj-controller/

    Any one want to give me £1500???????????
    I know......adorable isn't it
    I want one....but my MCX7000 is only a year old so can't justify it......yet

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    It has piqued my interest enough to go and have a play. I don't like the look of the UI but that is a minor thing and would be quite petty if the rest of the controller is really good.

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    I've been totally uninterested in big controllers. Until now. Let me at it!

    I just hope it a) works reliably and b) doesn't have the now infamous permanent low pass filter on everything that the 5000 prime players have.

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    And how long have people been asking for machines like this? A long time.
    Me, I think I'll wait till ADJ bring out their version for about £500.



    Then I'll buy a VMS5.
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    It could even tempt me into the world of digitalism, if it were less quiddage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Excalibur View Post
    Then I'll buy a VMS5.
    Having now owned a MC6000 and a VMS5, I'd never buy a VMS5 again. Yes, the Denon is quite a lot more money, but you get workable low noise Mic inputs and it's a whole Kg lighter
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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Jules View Post
    Having now owned a MC6000 and a VMS5, I'd never buy a VMS5 again. Yes, the Denon is quite a lot more money, but you get workable low noise Mic inputs and it's a whole Kg lighter
    I use both regularly, Yes the 6000 is a better machine no question but for the money the VMS is a stable work horse!

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    Swiss army knife of DJ controllers...

    Standalone system...

    Everything but the kitchen sink...?

    But I can't see where the CDs go. Anybody?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stormproductions View Post
    Swiss army knife of DJ controllers...

    Standalone system...

    Everything but the kitchen sink...?

    But I can't see where the CDs go. Anybody?
    What's a CD? I need to know what Stylus it takes and can it play at 78rpm

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