Laidback Luke talking about the Denon DJ SC5000 Prime Players
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    $1900?!?!?!?!?!?!?
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    So..

    Pioneer CDJ-2000 Nexus 2 = 2,069.00
    plays one track, needs two players to mix effectively

    Denon SC5000 Prime = 1,449.00
    plays two tracks, needs one player to mix effectively

    I'm not gonna lie I'm kinda tempted to get one of those Denon SC5000 Prime's

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    They cost more than my first car...
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    Every week I see a new video giving more and more reasons why Pioneer has fallen so far behind in the game. Way to go Denon. :-)
    - Equipment - Audio Technica ATLP1240's, Allen & Heath DB4, RekordBoxDJ
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    I am seriously thinking of trading in my 2000 nexus players for these denons. They look ace.

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    It's funny to see a video meant for CDJ users explaining such features (basic for us Traktor/Serato users) as "wow, look at that!" And I'm not talking about just this video. Almost makes me angry that CDJ's (or to better put it - CDJ features) were a club standard for so long.
    I don't think the bar on club DJ'ing is rasied that high that you need to mix 60 songs in half a hour or remix live but in this day and age not to have 8 hotcues on players and not be able to beatjump 16beats over a long intro/break is silly. If for nothing else, I welcome Denon because it will probably force Pioneer to add all of those features to lower CDJ models.
    Denon X600 - 2x Denon SC-2000 - AKG K181DJ - NI Audio 2

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    Curious about the quality of those buttons and pads...

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    he mentions the pads in this video

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    Here he is again at Dance Fair 2017

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