As a DJ, your desire to be creative and rock a crowd with your music doesn’t stop when you are using different disc formats.
The DN-D4500 is our latest innovation that joins our rack mount family of CD/MP3 players intended for the mobile and club DJ who requires a simple workhorse with high reliability. The DN-D4500 is the successor of our award winning DN-D4000 and offers many expanded features especially in the area of MP3. Key Adjust, Auto BPM Counter, MP3 Seamless Looping with B-Trim Edit, MP3 Hot Starts, MP3 File Search System, MP3 Frame Search, CUE Stutter and wider ±24/50/100% pitch ranges for audio CD’s are just a few of the enhancements.
MP3 File Search System and CD TEXT
MP3 File Search System allows you to locate in seconds hundreds of MP3 tracks on a CD-R/RW by artist name, song title or folder. In addition, MP3 ID3 Tags and Audio CD Text are supported on a large, easy-to-read dot matrix fluorescent tube display.
With 1000 memo points on-board, the DN-D4500 can store your Loops and Hot Starts on any audio CD track and recall them at a later time when that track is cued in either CD drive.
Cueing Accuracy and BPM Counter
Precision cueing to frame sound accuracy can be set quickly and easily using the inner 50mm jog wheel with the outer shuttle ring for user-adjustable quick jumps while scanning. The inner jog wheel also controls pitch bend, which is essential for synchronizing tracks for beat mixing – a DJ skill aided by the built-in automatic BPM counters.
Key Adjust and Shock-Proof Memory
The Key Adjust feature keeps vocals and music sounding true even when you adjust the speed of the track. With up to 100 seconds of anti-shock memory for MP3 and 20 seconds for audio CDs, your groove will not be interrupted by either sound or vibrations.
Relay Play with Adjustable Overlap
Background music no longer has to have silence between tracks. The unit can go straight into Play mode when it is powered up. Music can also be played alternately from two discs using Relay play, which will start the next track several seconds before the previous track finishes.