Denon DJ MC7000 Quick Overview

Denon DJ is on a roll. After the MCX8000 now they come with a smaller version without screens: the MC7000. Smaller, no screens, but the MC7000 has a few tricks up its sleeve.


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The MC7000 has 4 channels of Serato DJ controller, and a hardware mixer, which makes it possible to connect external audio sources such as turntables and media players.

The MC7000 also has two USB inputs, to make DJ changeovers easier. Each deck has hardware buttons to match and change track keys between tracks, and overall the build quality is excellent, with a professional inputs & outputs (XLR booth and master out, double MIC input).

  • 4 channel hardware mixer
  • Key matching & key change controls
  • Professional inputs & outputs
  • Double USB inputs
  • None

Features & Specifications

  • 4-channel DJ controller with digital mixer
  • Dual USB audio interfaces—connect 2 computers at once
  • 3 Serato Expansion Packs Included
  • 16 velocity-sensitive performance pads
  • New dedicated key-matching and changing controls
  • Solid 6-inch touch-capacitive platters with tracking LED
  • 2 mic inputs with dedicated controls
  • XLR booth and master connections
  • Serato DJ DVS-compatible
  • Solid compact design




*Price Ranges in USD: 300:$  300-500:$$  500-1000:$$$  1000-2000:$$$$  2000+:$$$$$