Denon DN-HD2500 – a new professional media player and controller

15 05 2007

Meet the new Denon DN-HD2500, the MP3/WAV based Hard Disk and USB compatible device for professional digital media DJ player. It is designed for everything from small parties to weddings, club installations, outdoor events or anywhere that professional-quality, reliable operation is required. It joins Denon DJ’s full line of high-performance products for working DJs.

A hard-drive based, professional media player and controller offering a total all-in-one “nerve center” that addresses and actually anticipates ever changing needs. Flexible and packed with features, the DN-HD2500 is built for any event where professional-quality and flawless performance is expected.

Denon DN-HD2500

The DN-HD2500 represents the next step in the Denon DJ product evolution, offering a total all-in-one solution that addresses and anticipates the many different needs of working DJs. With built-in hard drive, external memory, CD playback control, catalogue back-up, real time effects and more, the system is an all-in-one portable hub for professional DJs.

The key to the DN-HD2500’s flexibility in the field is its ability to bring together and provide access to huge music libraries from virtually all existing storage media, including Apple iPods and USB Flash Drives as well as Denon DJ’s dual CD/MP3Players. For total flexibility, the DN-HD2500 also includes a 40GB internal hard drive intended for a DJ’smost important music, with the added ability to connect multiple USB 2.0 Mass Storage Class drives for an extended library. The unit also offers complete command and control over the DN-D4000 and DN-D4500 dual-tray CD/MP3 players.

Sounds interesting, uh?

You can get the Denon DN-HD2500 from Dolphin Music.



4 responses

17 05 2007

Thanx for Denon infos. I must looking for other tech. parameters RGDS .R.

22 11 2007
Ernesto Arias

como hago para adquirilo

17 11 2010
Resistor Color Code

those generic mp3 players that are made in china are really cheap but i still prefer to use my ipod ~””

28 03 2011


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