Jay from Denon DJ was so kind to give us a first tour of the Denon DJ Prime 4, the new standalone player that has many “firsts” under its belt: a 10-inch high-resolution tiltable screen, 4 hardware DVS enabled channels, high-resolution screens in the jog wheels, a Zone feature that allows you to send audio from a playlist to a completely separated output channel…
All that for USD 1699 and EUR 1499.
The Prime 4 is quite remarkable and I will be diving into the details once I get a review unit, but for now, enjoy Jay’s explanation and let everyone in the comments what you think!
First look video
Sorry for the dark video at the start, it gets better once I switch on the GoPro.
As a quick reminder:
- 4-Deck standalone Engine Prime DJ system
- 10-inch HD multi-touch display with gestures
- Dedicated XLR Zone output provides music to a separate room
- Built-in 2.5-inch SATA drive bay to store music onboard
- 6-inch rugged metal jog wheel with HD central display
- (4) assignable input channels for external media sources
- (2) dedicated XLR inputs for microphones with individual control
- StagelinQ connection for Event/Pro DJ lighting and video control
- Plays uncompressed audio formats (FLAC, ALAC, WAV)
- Crisp 24-bit Denon DJ legacy audio
- (4) USB and (1) SD media inputs for music playback
- USB keyboard support
- Coming soon | Serato DJ Pro control enabled