Denon DN-MC6000 DJ Mixer & Midi Controller

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Denon DJ, a leading manufacturer of premium-grade DJ equipment, introduces the DN-MC6000 Mixer and MIDI Controller, a four-channel/eight-source standalone digital DJ mixer with MIDI interface and internal sound card. With an astounding amount of features, real-time channel matrix operation, slim tabletop design, state-of-the-art solid steel chassis construction and quality sound, the DN-MC6000 is one of Denon DJ’s flagship controllers. Also acting as an audio interface (with a 2 in/2out stereo soundcard included), the DN-MC6000, when paired with the user’s software of choice, is a turnkey control solution for mobile DJs and party DJs, and a clear centerpiece to any DJ rig.

It comes bundled with Virtual DJ LE, Audio/Video/Karaoke mixing software in North/South America and Canada, and Native Instruments® TRAKTOR™ LE for Europe and Asia. The DN-MC6000 is MIDI-mapable and compatible with other popular DJ programs. The unit interfaces seamlessly with Mac® OSX and Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7 operating systems. Unlike other comparable products, the DN-MC6000 includes a selectable Video/Audio control cross fader feature. Each side of the unit can control up to two decks (for a total of four), with visible deck color change for intuitive, straightforward operation. Also notable is the fact that the DN-MC6000 is a real mixer, able to process audio inputs for external devices without a connection to a computer, as a dedicated mixer unit would.

Key features include rack-mountability (with included 19″ rackmount accessory kit), a number of on-board MIDI effect controls, durable construction, intuitive layout, dual jog wheels, pitch fader, channel fader, cross fader and much more. The unit’s Pitch/Fader/Volume lock function holds the last known Audio value and position until the NULL point is again reached. It is also easy for users to find where they are going, with the included File browse navigation keys and rotary encoder file selector knob with illuminated ring. Also featured are the unit’s high-quality, high-output headphone amp, the independent 3-band Channel EQ with “Kills” (high-mid-low) and various Utility presets to customize user settings.

Other features include:

– New, 3-way powerful audio/video-assignable cross fader (Audio, Audio/Video, Video)

– Newly designed, high-resolution 105-mm touch-sensitive jog wheel

– Smooth 100-mm long pitch slider with high 14-bit resolution

– Eight (4 + 4) hot cue/sampler buttons with dual bank selector key

– Auto loop button with Beat Jump (loop cut)

– Manual loop In/Out buttons

– Large-size Cue & PLAY buttons

– EFX controls, EFX keys and Parameter knobs

– Multiple GUI controls — Mixer, Video, Scratch, Sampler, REC, etc.

– Powerful Shift key — used for various dual-button operations

– Search keys, to advance around within a file

– Denon’s legacy “Pitch Bend” keys

– Vinyl and Pitch Bend Jog modes

– SYNC key for beat matching between decks

– Key Lock on/off button with LED confirmation

– Matrix Input Assignment selector knob

– Selectable PFL input gain and program meters

– Independent CUE system (all channels)

– Split Cue function with Cue/Master pan knob

– 45-mm Channel and Cross Faders

– Independent Channel A-B Thru switch (cross fader)

– Cross Fader contour adjustment

– Master Output stereo/mono switch

– Booth Output with Source Selector and level control

– Mic 3-band EQ (High-Mid-Low) for mics 1 and 2

– Mic Ducking and built-in Echo Effect for mics 1 and 2

– MIDI-mapable control surface (faders, knobs and buttons) for other DJ applications

Inputs include two RCA/Phono lines, one XLR Mic/quarter-inch one quarter-inch TRS Mic jack, and two RCA AUX inputs. Outputs include balanced master XLR, unbalanced master RCA, quarter-inch TRS booth/send out, RCA record out, and stereo headphone out. The DN-MC6000 also has a USB Audio in/out selectable routing switch and a Kensington lock security feature. The unit measures 18.1″ x 2″ x 10″ without rack ears. Power input is AC 100V — 240V, 50/60 Hz, and output is DC 12V, 3A. AC adaptor power supply and 1.5-meter USB cable are included, and the unit also features a green, energy-saving ECO standby mode.

Demo by DJ Denor

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Jeff Hunter says:

Nice use of the sampler in Traktor. Really sick.

Diego munoz says:

@d031999rowley i think its looped and pitched up and then just normal
scratching but thats what im guessing

Limpfittz says:

is that the Yamaha HS80 speakers? Ordered a pair of those with my denon a
few days ago.

Geraint Pierce says:

wheres his headphones for cueing up

will love says:

Their products are so UGLY. I know Function is paramount, but every dennon
product, from mixers, controllers or cd players they all look awful and

iluvrandomnames says:

hey, awesome vid and am looking at buying a midi controller. i was just
wondering, can it be used as just a mixer, as in, not plugged into a laptop
and just used with CDJs?

housecizm says:

Is there also a version without the decks?

Bryan Klein says:

@iluvrandomnames Yes, it can act as a standalone 4 channel mixer with 2
Lines in and 2 Aux lines in. I use mine with a Kaossilator Pro on Line 1
(Fader 1), Ableton Live MIDI Audio in from USB (Fader 2), ‘Nothing’ on Line
2 (Fader 3), Digital Audio Player for MP3’s on Aux 2 (Fader 4). Then I have
the Master Out RCA connected to my Kaoss Pad 3 for effects and that goes
out to my house audio. I also have the AKAI APC 40 connected to my computer
for controlling Ableton Live. It is awesome. 🙂

Dimitris Psyrras says:

great demo mate! can you please share which 3 effects you were using in
right hand side when you were skratching? it was good to hear!

DJ'z-software-MMA says:

the denon is sick man…. i got one from ebay … waiting now to get it…
vci-300 goodbye bitchhhhhhhhhhhh

HitchHikersBlues says:

I just bough a laptop with virtual DJ7pro and two ndx 800’s. I haven’t a
clue, how to hook them up to my 4 channel analogue mixer, amp and
speakers????? IT SUCKS!

djwhite2695 says:

Damn how do you scratch on the Denon DN MC6000? I got one, but scratching
sounds terrible.

shadzofgrey says:

Good video. Can you tell me which flight case this unit is racked in?

djaVisionProductions says:

What flight deck is that?

iLoVePaRaM0Re says:

So sleazy! haha

Puanes83 says:

My Fav dj shop….No.1 in this region…. Right enuf with the praise,add me
as a friend Anne…

Jesus Fontánez says:

i cant agree more..!!

DJ Crank says:

Does this play video and Karoake right out the box

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