Denon DND9000 Dual CD Player
DJs told Denon what they wanted and they delivered it all—and more. Alpha Track (a World's First from Denon) allows independent and simultaneous playback of another track from the same disc! With a feature set that includes 6 Stutter Cue play points, four hot starts per drive, four seamles loops per disc, two 15 second samplers per drive, user replaceable drives and illuminated action buttons and drive trays for low light environments, the DN-D9000 is a "must have" for any working DJ!
During Main channel (Main track) playback, you can monitor the back channel (sub track) on the same disc through the Monitor output when both Main and Monitor outputs are connected to a mixer.
A-B Splice World's First
This function removes unwanted sections of a track seamlessly on the fly.
Auto/Manual BPM Counter
You can also count music BPM manually by simply tapping a button.
Loop (Seamless and Sampler) and Splice Trim
A and B points can be adjusted with the jog wheel during Loop playback.
Constant Digital Out
This function ensures a constant sampling frequency of 44.1 kHz with subcode even when playback speed is changed. Since the DN-D9000 can be connected to the Denon DN-X800 DJ mixer over a digital interface, you will not lose any sound quality when you record your own CDs to your Professional CD-R/RW recorder *(DN-C550R).
4 Hot Starts per drive World's First
A total of 4 Hot Start sounds can be played: Start Point A1, A2, A3 and A4.
CD-R/RW Disc Playback
The DN-D9000 plays finalized CD-R/RW discs. All of your original recordings made from Denon's PRO DN-C550R* can be used in this machine!
Sampler, Effector, Scratch: Available and switchable on the fly
You can activate any of the Sampler, Effector, or Scratch special effects at any time during playback. You can jump among the three of them, or you can even activate all 3 functions at once.
Built-in Effectors with Bypass button
You can activate the Effector function by selecting the Source sound (Main Play, Sampler Play, All Sound) and selecting up to 4 of the 6 effects: Delay, Flanger, Filter (2 types*), or Transform (2 types*). (Transform, displayed as "XFM," produces a sound that is chopped, or muted, in selected intervals.) You can interrupt the effects by pressing the Bypass button to ON while Effector is in operation.
* The 4 effects of Delay, Flanger, Filter, and XFM can be used simultaneously.
5 Platter modes
- Drag-S: Gradually raises playback speed to normal speed after you start playback.
- Brake: Gradually lowers playback speed to a stop when the Pause button is pressed.
- Ech If Echo is ON when Pause is pressed, the playback sound is repeated over and over as it fades out to a stop.
- Reverse: Playback shifts into reverse when the Parameter knob is pressed during playback.
- Dump: Starts reverse playback for a specified time, then returns to normal playback.
Main: 16 seconds per drive. Alpha Track: 16 seconds per drive.
Memo function, for storing up to 5,000 points
Cue point, Playback Pitch, Pitch Range, Pitch ON/OFF, Key Adj ON/OFF, and Seamless Loop A and B data can be stored independently for Normal and Alpha Track playback. This data can also be copied to another DN-D9000. MEMO from a DN-2600F can also be copied to a DN-D9000.
With Program Play, up to 25 tracks on a CD can be programmed for playback, and the programs for up to 6 discs can be stored in memory. Random Play of CDs loaded in both drives is also possible.
During Single Play mode, Relay Play shifts playback to the CD in the other drive after the track playing in the current drive ends. During Continuous Play