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Topic: Denon MC7000 controller - Page: 1
That'll be the MCX8000 without screens, and not that much cheaper either. The one big advantage over the Pioneer controllers is that it has two dedicated mic channels.
We really need an up to date compact replacement for the MC6000 though. Again this is too big as it is (width x depth x height): 664mm X 378.2mm X 68.2mm where the MC6000 is (width x depth x height) 460mm X 315mm X50mm
Posted Mon 15 Aug 16 @ 2:43 pm
Operation manual : http://www.virtualdj.com/manuals/hardware/denon/mc7000.html
Posted Tue 10 Jan 17 @ 10:39 pm[ selected best answer by djdad on Tue 10 Jan 17 @ 10:46 pm ]
Posted Mon 15 Aug 16 @ 5:38 pm
If the built and sound quality of this is pretty much the same as the MCX8k, I see greater value on the dual USB audio inputs than the external displays/'engine' because for video DJs, a laptop is always a must anyways. Hence, a feature for standalone use is extraneous but a dual USB inputs offers more practical workflow possibilities.
This maybe what I need to go back to Denon. Got a MC6000 but my workhorse is a SX2 and I miss the upsides of the former (minus the size!)
Posted Sat 22 Oct 16 @ 9:22 pm
Posted Sun 23 Oct 16 @ 6:05 am
Posted Sun 23 Oct 16 @ 1:41 pm
kradcliffe wrote :
We really need an up to date compact replacement for the MC6000 though.
I am also waiting for this. I'm almost ready to pull the trigger on the 8000, but am still looking for a used 6000. There is no way I would buy a 6000MK2, as they took away some of the features of the original. I may end up getting another 6000, and wait until Mobile Beat in Vegas to see if something new comes out from Denon.
Posted Sun 23 Oct 16 @ 7:11 pm
Posted Sun 23 Oct 16 @ 9:03 pm
Posted Sun 23 Oct 16 @ 9:47 pm
I also like the fact that the headphone monitor controls are on top of the unit rather than the front.
Posted Mon 24 Oct 16 @ 2:07 pm
my new Denon MC 7000 has arrived, can I help Atomix somehow with the mapping?
Posted Tue 27 Dec 16 @ 1:27 pm
Thanks VDJ. And a healthier, wealthier, happier New Year to all in this forum!
Posted Thu 29 Dec 16 @ 11:31 pm
Posted Mon 02 Jan 17 @ 6:07 am
The asymmetrical layout is my main reservation with the unit, but I could probably get used to it in time.
How loose are the jog wheels compared to a DDJ-SX2? Loose enough to perform a good backspin?
Posted Mon 02 Jan 17 @ 8:27 pm
since it is so similar, Is it presumptuous to assume that the 7000 mapping will be very similar to the 8K...just no screens right?
Posted Tue 03 Jan 17 @ 12:53 am
Posted Tue 03 Jan 17 @ 1:07 pm
djxhalx wrote :
Bump thread - mine arrived few hours ago - it feels and looks great, can't wait to use it with VDJ 8.2! + unofficial news - new build of vdj 8.2 will natively support the mc7000! Still dunno when the new build will be released :/
I too own the mc7000 and am waiting for it to have a mapping. Do you know for sure that it will be supported in the next build or is this just guesswork?
Posted Tue 03 Jan 17 @ 7:30 pm
Posted Tue 03 Jan 17 @ 7:46 pm
Fingers crossed that it's soon. I've created my own midi mapping which has pretty much everything mapped for 2 decks so I can wait..... (No led feedback though, and couldn't get pitch faders to map correctly. I'm using deck 3 & 4 upfaders as a workaround. Dodgy but it works!)
Posted Tue 03 Jan 17 @ 10:27 pm
djxhalx wrote :
new build of vdj 8.2 will natively support the mc7000! Still dunno when the new build will be released :/
This IS great (even if unofficial) news!
Anyone have any custom road case design ideas? I need a keyboard and mouse, I don't use the laptop shelf types, mostly because that's what everyone else does.
Posted Tue 03 Jan 17 @ 10:41 pm
Posted Wed 04 Jan 17 @ 12:55 am