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Denon DN-X800 Professional Digital/Analog Mixer with X-Effect
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The X800 fader start function is compatible with pulse start CD players giving you one-hand operation. It has these unique features: 4 digital inputs...Click To Read More About This Product
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The X800 fader start function is compatible with pulse start CD players giving you one-hand operation. It has these unique features: 4 digital inputs, 2 digital outputs, 24-bit D/A conversion, 20-bit A/D conversion, a sample trigger, hot-start trigger, brake/platter-S effect trigger, and simple (5V pulse) fader-start trigger. I/O includes 8 stereo inputs, 2 mic inputs, balanced and unbalanced master outputs, send/return effects loop (balanced), zone output (balanced), booth output (unbalanced), to tape output (unbalanced), and a subwoofer output (balanced, mono). 4U rackspaces.
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I recently bought a x-800 mixer and these are my comments;this mixer are very well built and gives a genuine impression. The sound quality is great. Very warm and balanced.It has a lot of great features. Especially the x-effect function is very usable.There are some small drawbacks you can live with but unfortunatley there is one more serious problem and that is concerning the dB meter. When pressing the headphones mono button the master is supposed to show up on the right meter (wich it does correctly) and the cue is supposed to show up on the left meter...but there is no signal visible from cue. Why is that? The problem is that the meter function is routed trough the channelfaders instead of the channel outputs. If you want to check the output signal on the cue channel you need to work with the crossfader so you can have the channelfader up. That is not how it should be working. You should be able to check the output on all channels just by pressing the cue buttons for the headphones.This silly problem is very suprising concerning the otherwise great impression that this mixer gives. I sent the mixer back to Denon and I hope they are able to fix it, because otherwise I think this is the mixer to go with if you cant afford the Rane or Allen & Heath mixers.
I've had this mixer for about 2 years now. I'm very impressed with the features. I use a denon 2600F cd mixer.The cross-fader is very clean. I really like the all the balanced inputs/outputs...Mic input, master out/booth/zone outs. Most high end mixers don't have a balanced input for microphones.....I recommend this mixer.....cheers, d2 productions.