Gearooz is proud to annouce the arrival of the lastest MIDI controller from Denon DJ: the MC7000. It's a four-channel controller that comes with two USB ports onboard for connecting up to two laptops for easy DJ switchovers, two 6" touch-sensitive jogwheels with 16 performance pads, and dedicated key sync and key change controls all housed in a rugged chassis. It's also compatible with Serato DVS for those who want to use timecode vinyl or CDs.
The MC7000 looks a lot like the MCX8000 minus the screens and USB thumb drive inputs: you've still got the performance pads and platters, four-deck control, and even needle search. It adds in some nifty features that don't appear on the MCX8000 though, like twin USB jacks for back to back DJ sets, and the aforementioned dedicated key sync and key select controls that let you match the musical keys of songs or change them on the fly for more hands-on harmonic mixing performances.
The Denon DJ MC7000 is smaller than the flagship MCX8000, which would appeal to DJs looking for a more compact controller that's easier to take to the gig. It's well-specified, and looks to be a top-shelf controller for DJs who prefer to use a laptop running Serato DJ.
4-Channel DJ Controller with Digital Mixer
Dual USB Audio Interfaces - Connect 2 Computers at once
3 Serato Expansion Packs Included (Pitch ‘n Time, Flip and Video worth $200)
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
|Manufacturer Product Code||MC7000|