Denon DJ Announces New Media Players: SC6000 Prime & SC6000M Prime


Friday, January 10th, 2020 |

 

Denon DJ has announced two new media players, the SC6000 Prime and SC6000M Prime. The new products build on what they have established over the past few years. They have also released a new X1850 PRIME Mixer.

The SC6000 and SC6000M PRIME both feature a high-definition 10.1” touchscreen with gesture support. They both have WiFi, as what was build into their mixers recently.

The SC6000 PRIME comes with a load of new features including:

SC6000 PRIME Key Features

  • Flagship standalone professional DJ media player powered by Engine OS
  • HD 10.1″ touchscreen for excellence in visual and interactive UI
  • Built-in Wi-Fi and wired internet connectivity for music streaming
  • Responsive rubber buttons and performance pads with sophisticated design illumination
  • Built-in internal HDD drive bay to store music onboard
  • 5” jog wheel with large surface area for platter manipulation
  • Locking IEC connector for secured power cable
  • Best-in-class time stretch and musical key change/sync algorithms
  • Standalone Track Preview
  • Serato DJ Pro controller mode
  • Internal, on-board analysis of music files (including Rekordbox™ collections)
  • Dual-layer playback with independent analog/digital outs
  • StagelinQ connection for Event/Pro DJ lighting and video control
  • Plays uncompressed audio formats (FLAC, ALAC, WAV)

SC6000M PRIME adds

  • 5” motorized-platter with torque adjustment
  • New vinyl design with quick release lock
  • Motor spin on/off control

The 4-channel X1850 PRIME mixers comes with a new quantize control, a feature to sync external instruments and much more.

X1850 PRIME Key Features

  • 4-Channel, multi-assignable input, Pro DJ Club Mixer
  • 24-bit/96kHz digital output for uncompromised audio quality
  • 16 pro-level BPM FX with new FX Quantize control
  • ‘MIDI Start with Clock’ feature for syncing external instruments
  • Defined visibility, expressive 3-band EQ section
  • Rugged, smooth channel line faders
  • Channel dedicated Sweep FX and Filter
  • Crisp, OLED screen for FX editing and preference adjustments
  • Tension adjustable, Denon DJ “flex-fader” Crossfader
  • Dual-USB audio connections for software and audio devices.
  • Serato DJ Pro upgrade ready
  • (2) dedicated XLR mic inputs with EQ/Level/talkover
  • 5-Port LAN Hub for network & StagelinQ Event lighting/video connectivity
  • Locking IEC connector for secured power cable

The new media players will be released in Q2 of 2020. With NAMM coming up, there will be more big announcements in the pipeline. The pricing works out to SC6000 PRIME – $1499, SC6000M PRIME – $1699 and X1850 PRIME – $1099. Get more information on the Denon DJ website.


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