Denon MC7000 users thrilled with new features in the latest update!
Denon DJ just announced they’re bringing a big update to their flagship all-in-one controller, the Denon MC7000.
The Denon MC7000 first turned heads when it hit the market, not only was it packed with almost every feature a DJ could desire, it had some exciting new features which were relatively scarce amongst other controllers in its ballpark.
The Denon MC7000 features dual USB audio interfaces, allowing two laptops to connect and perform concurrently – a great way to transition between sets without having to unplug and rewire the entire booth.
The control panel of the Denon MC7000 features dedicated key parameters for adjusting your tracks to mix in key perfectly. Another features that is relatively rare but becoming increasingly popular in recent times. Denon DJ undoubtedly went all-out with the jog-wheel platters on the MC7000, from the precise visual feedback to the sensitivity and feel – they allow you to forget about the laptop and focus on the decks.
So what’s in the newest Firmware update?
The latest firmware update just released for the Denon MC7000 adds a whole new level of control to the jog-wheels.
Platter sensitivity can be a very subjective matter, if you thought the laptop vs. no laptop debate was a rabbit-hole, you haven’t witnessed two DJs hack it out over which deck “feels” better.
Denon DJ answered the prayers of many DJs with this latest updated, adding the ability to adjust platter sensitivity – this is handy if you play in varying environments, as you might have a different response in a loud rumbly club than you do at a relaxed wedding ceremony.
Denon DJ have also added the ability to adjust various microphone settings for the dual inputs; now you’re able to configure the mic attenuation, talkover level and resume speed.
To find out more about the Denon MC7000, or to download the latest firmware update: