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Denon MC6000 MK2...
Topic: Denon MC6000 MK2 experiences and tips??
Posted Sun 25 Nov 18 @ 7:38 pm
Posted Mon 03 Dec 18 @ 1:06 pm
Have tried it both rackmount in a SKB case and in a smaller Magma case. Small and efficient piece of kit.
Never used the mk2 though, upgraded recently to MCX8000 and a Pioneer DDJ-1000, which I think the DDJ is my favourite at the moment.
I used the Denon ASIO without problems, but many people say they are unstable. For proactive reasons I used it in WASAPI mode with perfect performance the last year.
And, you will find NO issues what so ever setting the unit up. As soon as VDJ sense you have it connected, you just press Use MC6000 in audio config and everything pops up as it should.
Posted Mon 03 Dec 18 @ 1:25 pm
As stated above avoid the Denon ASIO drivers.
Posted Mon 03 Dec 18 @ 3:02 pm
I wish I could help you with the MK2,
Posted Mon 03 Dec 18 @ 3:25 pm
Posted Tue 04 Dec 18 @ 5:37 pm
Posted Tue 04 Dec 18 @ 11:59 pm
NO ME FALLO NUNCA CON VIRUAL Y NO SE ME ROMPIO NINGUN POTENCIOMETRO, ESTA IGUAL QUE EL PRIMER DIA .
TAMBIEN TENGO PIONNER ,PERO LA MK2 ES TAN FACIL DE TRANSPORTAR QUE SIEMPRE USO ESA.TENGO PIONNER DDJ RX DE RESPALDO EN MI CASA
Posted Wed 05 Dec 18 @ 12:52 am
Posted Wed 05 Dec 18 @ 3:33 pm
And if you want to use the fab new VDJ Ableton Link feature - which I believe requires an ASIO driver when using Windows - would the 'ASIO4ALL' driver do if one was having problems with the Denon Asio driver?
Posted Thu 06 Dec 18 @ 10:25 am
The only “problem”, is with ASIO drivers, because of “roughly” programmed. Personally, after many settings – tests – results – discussions on Greek forum, I abolished them and I use only WASAPI (with satisfactory results).
ASIO4ALL aren’t drivers! If anyone is interested in, he can search the forum for a post of PhantomDj and learns all the facts…
Posted Thu 06 Dec 18 @ 11:18 am
Posted Thu 06 Dec 18 @ 2:26 pm