Denon DJ PRIME GO – Portable DJ Controller and Mixer with 2 Decks, WIFI Streaming, 7-Inch HD Touchscreen, DJ Set with Lights Control and Rechargeable Battery
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Built-In Drive – A built-in SATA drive bay allows you to store your music within the controller. The controller also supports USB and SD cards. This gives you full flexibility in how you want to manage your music collection.
Also the unit wasn't turning on after I turned it off , after 1 h I repress the button and it turned on battery at 70 % , a friend was guessing it was empty Denon DJ has announced a new Engine DJ software update with version 2.4. The latest update brings some new key features and improvements to the Operating System (OS) and Desktop. Overall, the Engine lineup is pretty easy to sort through. My default recommendation here is the PRIME 4 and, in fact, it’s my top overall recommendation for a standalone DJ system excluding any other factors.I am not one for audio specifications. I use my ears. And this thing sounds great. We have used it with portable speakers, and studio speakers (my favourite current monitors, the iRig iLoud MTM), and PA speakers. The audio quality from its audio interface is excellent – detailed and crisp. Outputs: 1 x XLR, 1 x RCA (Master) / 1 x 1/4" (Booth) / 1 x RCA (AUX In) / 1 x 1/8", 1 x 1/4" (Headphones) Outside of a single AUX input, there are no connections for external devices. This is meant to be an “in the box” device, so you won’t find RCA ports for turntables or CDJs. You can use it with your laptop as a controller, but only with Rekordbox in performance mode… there’s no Serato this time.
Also, it’s worth mentioning that a handful of DJ controllers these days also have onboard screens, so this isn’t entirely a benefit of “standalones”. That being said, many DJs I’ve talked to over the past few years cite this as a reason they like these devices… it keeps the laptop out of the performer’s face, and the crowd’s too. Before You Buy If you already have a preference, this part is easy. If you’re already maintaining a library in either Rekordbox or Engine, and you’re happy in that ecosystem, you know where to aim.
He also didn’t say anything about whether or not there’s ultrasonic garbage past the roll off on the GO. For that matter, he doesn’t appear to have measured the frequency response at all. Isolator, in comparison, kills the sound of the selected frequency band when turned fully down. This means if all three bands (Low, Mid, High) are turned fully down, in Isolator mode no sound will be audible.
There are two main contenders in this department… Rekordbox (for the Pioneer controllers), and Engine for the rest. Rekordbox vs. Engine OSOur customers have found the Prime GO perfect for secondary setups at a wedding ceremony, summer fairs, street parties and most outdoor events. Standalone systems are also much more similar to what one will encounter out in the wild, when playing on flagship DJ players like the CDJ-3000. You (or your friends) need only to plug in a Rekordbox or Engine-prepped library on a USB drive, and you’re off to the races. It has 4 assignable inputs (for connecting media players or turntables), and a suite of effects from Denon's X1850 PRIME mixer. It can play music straight from one of its four USB inputs, or from an SD card. It even includes a 2.5” SATA drive bay… allowing you to carry your music on an internal hard drive. Uncompressed music is supported (such as FLAC, ALAC, or WAV files)… and you can use any one of these sources to record your DJ sets.