The Denon DJ MC4000 is a solid piece of DJ gear, with enough features to interest mobile DJ’s on a budget. It even has TRS booth and XLR master out, and two microphone inputs.
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We reviewed the Denon DJ MC4000 a while ago and were impressed with all its qualities. No cheap piece of DJ gear here, but a solid offering, with professional grade outputs. The mixer has 4 big sample pads and the transport section is well laid out with 4 hot cue pads per deck.
The design doesn’t follow the traditional Serato DJ layout for DJ controllers (8 performance pads per deck) but that’s something that shouldn’t bother DJ’s that don’t need all the advanced performance functions from Serato DJ.
Features & Specifications
- Premium 2-Deck controller for Serato
- Includes Serato DJ Intro; user-upgradeable to Serato DJ
- Touch-activated jog wheels for accurate scratching and track cueing
- Dedicated Hot Cue and sample trigger pads with illuminated feedback
- Long-throw 100mm pitch faders
- Balanced Booth Outputs for local monitor speakers, with independent level control
- Spacious control layout for effortless, optimized workflow
- Dedicated EQ and FX controls on each channel
- (2) Balanced mic inputs with 2-band EQ, Ducking, and Echo effect
- RCA Aux input for external device mixing
- Balanced Main and Booth Outputs
- Pro-grade steel construction ensures long-term durability
- Compatible with Traktor 2 (via .tsi files), Algoriddim djay Pro and Virtual DJ 8
- Our own Denon DJ MC4000 review
- Denon DJ MC4000 review over @ Digitaldjtips.com
- Denon DJ MC4000 review over @ DJBooth.net