Possibility of Denon DN-X600 becoming Traktor Certified
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    Default Possibility of Denon DN-X600 becoming Traktor Certified

    If I remember correctly the DN-X1600 took a few months before it was given its "Traktor Certification" and I was wondering if you guys think that the x600 would receive certification in the future? I know that using the asio drivers of the 1600 you can get the 600 to work with TSP, but I have a mac so I would have to wait until it is truly supported.

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    *cast revive*

    To enable Traktor Scratch capability on PC computer and laptops:

    Run the Traktor (1 or 2) setup wizard and select the Denon DN-X1600, or X1700.

    Now configure the outs and ins in Traktor as if your X600 was labeled as X1600/1700, and you will have full scratch control through the on board DN-X600 sound card.
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    I understood it isn't gonna be certified. not much to do about any form of integration ( as stated above, that works fine). A part of certification involves a LE version of traktor, which isn't gonna happen as the x600 is pretty well-priced on its own. I understood from the denon forum that's the reason behind it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michielygil View Post
    I understood it isn't gonna be certified. not much to do about any form of integration ( as stated above, that works fine). A part of certification involves a LE version of traktor, which isn't gonna happen as the x600 is pretty well-priced on its own. I understood from the denon forum that's the reason behind it.
    That actually makes a lot of sense...

    I'm liking the X600 more and more...
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    exo, if you have any questions about the unit, feel free to ask... also, i posted a short review in the controller review section.
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    For sure, I made a reply to your review too


    As a few questions...

    My MAJOR concerns are:

    Overall sound quality.

    The "feel" of the knobs.

    I dont scratch, and I dont even use the cross fader, but I like loose line faders for fader cuts.

    What do the EQ's sound like, are they "dry" like a pioneer, or "warm" like an A&H.


    And as a side note, I have plenty of midi controllers at my finger tips, and I mainly love my X1 as my standalone, do everything MIDI controller, so I do not plan on using ANY of the MIDI on the X600 anyway.

    Would love to hear some more feedback
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