Denon MC-3000 Confirmation
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    Default Denon MC-3000 Confirmation

    Apart from reviews I need to know
    Users of Denon MC-3000 ,tell me, you had any problems with that controller?

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    I heard it can be fiddly to connect up to Traktor on Windows machines.
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    I haven't had any problems connecting it to Traktor. Works great for me.

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    You can see very few people to come here complaining about denon.

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    Thank you
    I hope it will work great with Traktor on Windows Asus Laptop i3-3110M,2.4Ghz, 4GB ram,NvdiaGT635m 2GB.
    Also if I learn beatmaching and general mixing and be familiar with this unit,will I be able to mix in Pioneer standard DJM,CDJ if i have to some time? (Just saying, I don't think i will meet any problems in the transfer e.x in a gig?) Allthough I can carry it with me and play on that

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    If you can mix without sync and with the screen closed you'll be fine on CDJs.
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    You should be fine.

    The Denon has pretty nice tempo faders with pretty damn good resolution. Jog wheels are nice too for bumping a tad.

    The only reason why I'm considering selling my Denon MC3000 is because I like external mixing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlvrDragon50 View Post
    You should be fine.

    The Denon has pretty nice tempo faders with pretty damn good resolution. Jog wheels are nice too for bumping a tad.

    The only reason why I'm considering selling my Denon MC3000 is because I like external mixing.
    That's why I bought 2 DNSC2000's, they're the pitch, jog wheels and buttons of the MC3000 without the mixer so I can still mix externally. Only thing is you need a sound card or a mixer with one for this setup.
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