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    Default Damn...what year was this?

    Diggin through my old stuff.....found brochures for CDJ1000mk1 & Denon DNS3500
    Feelin old

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    Is that a DJM-600 in those pics? Or a 500!

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    Mk1 cdj1000's came out around 2000-1 i believe
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    haha, that typewritery font is so early-2000s. Cool brochure, though.
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    Back in the day we rocked phonographs:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan Ruel View Post
    Is that a DJM-600 in those pics? Or a 500!
    Can't tell for sure...probably 600

    Quote Originally Posted by Tortango View Post
    haha, that typewritery font is so early-2000s. Cool brochure, though.
    Yeah, so cool I might even frame it for my new place. Denon also has a cool brochure, looks like a whitelabel vinyl
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    That's a DJM-600. No crossfader curve switch on the 500.

    I was working at a gear retailer when the Pioneer rep brought a prototype CDJ-1000 in for us to check out.

    Only time I've ever laid my hands on a piece of technology and truly thought "this will change EVERYTHING".

    And it did.

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    It's such a great looking piece of gear as well.
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    DJM-600 for sure. As well as the fader curve switch, the fader assignment knob switch has the orange "sampler" label. Funny though, the 600 when first released was only available in the common grayish silver. They released a black one later with orange/gold label.

    600 was a good mixer that was the first to allow you to assign the fx to one side of the x-fader. I had an EFX-500 on the send-return and would use its "echo" when scratching a vocal drop. With the fx assigned to the x-fader when you cut the fader back to kill the vocal the echo would still go. Very wicked results!

    But... 600 did not sound good at all once it was overdriven even slightly! I am a gain stage preacher and offended many "pegged in the red" players when I tried to coax them down. On the 600 it was very near all the time.
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