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DJ MIXER
DN-X800
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
BEDIENUNGSANLEITUNG
MODE D’EMPLOI
INSTRUCCIONES DE OPERACION
BA
DIGITAL
+10dB
+10dB-26dB
-26dB
-26dB +10dB
+10dB
+10dB-26dB
-26dB
-26dB +10dB
+10dB
+10dB-26dB
-26dB
-26dB +10dB
+10dB
+10dB
+10dB-26dB
-26dB
-26dB
SUB WOOFER
MAXMIN
FREQ.
MIC
PWR
MASTERZONE
10
8
6
4
2
0
LEVEL
100
CUE/PGM
PHONES
100
LEVEL
PGM
PAN
CUE
STEREO
4
MIN
GAIN
MAX
3
MAX
HI
LOW
MID
MIN
2
MAXMIN
HIHI
LOW
MID
1
MAXMIN
GAIN
HI
LOW
MID
+10dB
+10dB
+10dB-26dB
-26dB
-26dB
HI
LOW
MID
100
100
MAIN MIC
MID
LOW
GAIN
+830113571520-10 5
R
PGM
CUE
L
+-853101357101520
ON/OFF
MIC POST
ON/OFF
AUX MIC
ON/OFF
CROSSFADER
CONTOUR
ASSIGN A
OFF
3
2
1
4
SAMP.
H/S 2
H/S 1
LINE2DIGITAL1
PH1/LN1 PH2/LN3
DIGITAL2
PH3/LN5
LINE6DIGITAL3
LINE7
DIGITAL4 LINE8
10
8
6
4
2
0
10
8
6
4
2
0
10
8
6
4
2
0
ASSIGN B
H/S 1
SAMP.
H/S 2
3
2
1
4OFF
10
8
6
4
2
0
EFFECT LOOP
BOOTH
METER
100
LEVEL
CUE
CH 4CH 3CH 2CH 1
L-CUE
R-PGMMONO
MIC
MAIN
LINE4
GAIN
CH FADER START
ON OFF
X
CROSS
FADER
START A
CROSS
START B
FADER
H/S
BRAKE
X
DJ MIXER
H/S
BRAKE
RESET
CH FADER START CH FADER START CH FADER STARTCH FADER START
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  • Page 1

    DJ MIXER

    DN-X800
    OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
    BEDIENUNGSANLEITUNG
    MODE D’EMPLOI
    INSTRUCCIONES DE OPERACION

    MIC

    1

    2

    3

    PH1/LN1

    PH2/LN3

    PH3/LN5

    4

    GEBRUIKSAANWIJZING
    BRUKSANVISNING

    - 20
    L
    CUE

    LINE7

    R
    PGM
    - 20
    0

    10

    MAIN MIC

    ON/OFF

    MIN

    MAX

    GAIN

    DIGITAL1

    MIN

    LINE2

    MAX

    GAIN

    DIGITAL2

    LINE4

    MIN

    MAX

    GAIN

    DIGITAL3

    MIN

    LINE6

    MAX

    GAIN

    DIGITAL4

    LINE8

    15

    10

    7

    5

    15

    10

    7

    5

    3

    1

    0

    1

    3

    1

    0

    1

    3

    5

    8 +

    3

    5

    8 +

    PWR

    ZONE

    MASTER

    SUB WOOFER

    MIC POST
    CH FADER START
    -26dB

    +10dB

    HI

    ON/OFF

    -26dB

    +10dB

    HI

    CH FADER START
    -26dB

    10

    +10dB

    -26dB

    +10dB

    MID

    -26dB

    -26dB

    +10dB

    LOW

    +10dB

    MID

    4

    -26dB

    10

    +10dB

    HI

    -26dB

    2

    2

    0

    0

    0

    0

    -26dB

    +10dB

    -26dB

    LOW

    +10dB

    4

    -26dB

    BOOTH

    4

    2

    +10dB

    0

    +10dB

    0

    LOW

    LOW

    0

    10

    AUX MIC

    CH FADER START

    10

    LEVEL

    MIC

    SAMP.

    H/S
    BRAKE

    H/S
    BRAKE

    CROSS
    FADER
    START B

    CH 1

    X

    1

    CH 2

    3
    4

    H/S 2

    A

    B

    H/S 2

    1

    CH 3

    MONO

    X

    2

    OFF
    ON

    CUE

    SAMP.

    ON/OFF

    CROSSFADER
    CONTOUR

    MAIN

    2

    DIGITAL
    CROSS
    FADER
    START A

    MAX

    FREQ.

    EFFECT LOOP
    6

    +10dB

    MID

    4

    2

    LOW

    MIN

    8

    6

    +10dB

    MID

    10

    LEVEL
    METER

    8

    6
    -26dB

    4

    10
    0

    10

    8

    6
    -26dB

    +10dB

    MID

    CH FADER START

    +10dB

    HI

    8

    6
    -26dB

    CH FADER START
    -26dB

    10

    HI

    8

    2

    RESET

    CH 4

    L-CUE
    R-PGM

    3

    OFF

    4

    OFF
    CUE

    H/S 1
    ASSIGN A

    PGM

    PAN

    H/S 1

    ASSIGN B

    STEREO
    CUE/PGM

    0

    10

    LEVEL

    PHONES

    DJ MIXER

    FOR ENGLISH READERS
    FÜR DEUTSCHE LESER
    POUR LES LECTEURS FRANCAIS
    PARA LECTORES DE ESPAÑOL
    VOOR NEDERLANDSTALIGE LEZERS
    FOR SVENSKA LÄSARE

    PAGE
    SEITE
    PAGE
    PAGINA
    PAGINA
    SIDA

    14
    10
    16
    22
    28
    34

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    PAGE
    SEITE
    PAGE
    PAGINA
    PAGINA
    SIDA

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  • Page 2

    CAUTION
    RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
    DO NOT OPEN

    CAUTION: TO

    REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR
    BACK). NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO
    QUALIFIED SERVICE PESONNEL.

    The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to
    alert the user to the presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within the product’s
    enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to
    persons.
    The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the
    presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature
    accompanying the appliance.

    WARNING:

    TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
    APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.

    CAUTION:
    1. Handle the power supply cord carefully
    Do not damage or deform the power supply cord. If it
    is damaged or deformed, it may cause electric shock
    or malfunction when used. When removing from wall
    outlet, be sure to remove by holding the plug
    attachment and not by pulling the cord.

    2. Do not open the top cover
    In order to prevent electric shock, do not open the top
    cover.
    If problems occur, contact your DENON dealer.

    3. Do not place anything inside
    Do not place metal objects or spill liquid inside the DJ
    mixer.
    Electric shock or malfunction may result.
    Please, record and retain the Model name and serial
    number of your set shown on the rating label.
    Model No. DN-X800

    Serial No.

    • DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
    We declare under our sole responsibility that this product,
    to which this declaration relates, is in conformity with the
    following standards:
    EN60065, EN55013, EN55020, EN61000-3-2 and EN610003-3.
    Following the provisions of 73/23/EEC, 89/336/EEC and
    93/68/EEC Directive.

    • DECLARACIÓN DE CONFORMIDAD
    Declaramos bajo nuestra exclusiva responsabilidad que este
    producto al que hace referencia esta declaración, está
    conforme con los siguientes estándares:
    EN60065, EN55013, EN55020, EN61000-3-2 y EN61000-33.
    Siguiendo las provisiones de las Directivas 73/23/EEC,
    89/336/EEC y 93/68/EEC.

    • ÜBEREINSTIMMUNGSERKLÄRUNG
    Wir erklären unter unserer Verantwortung, daß dieses
    Produkt, auf das sich diese Erklärung bezieht, den
    folgenden Standards entspricht:
    EN60065, EN55013, EN55020, EN61000-3-2 und EN610003-3.
    Entspricht den Verordnungen der Direktive 73/23/EEC,
    89/336/EEC und 93/68/EEC.

    • EENVORMIGHEIDSVERKLARING
    Wij verklaren uitsluitend op onze verantwoordelijkheid dat
    dit produkt, waarop deze verklaring betrekking heeft, in
    overeenstemming is met de volgende normen:
    EN60065, EN55013, EN55020, EN61000-3-2 en EN610003-3.
    Volgens de bepalingen van de Richtlijnen 73/23/EEC,
    89/336/EEC en 93/68/EEC.

    • DECLARATION DE CONFORMITE
    Nous déclarons sous notre seule responsabilité que
    l’appareil, auquel se réfère cette déclaration, est conforme
    aux standards suivants:
    EN60065, EN55013, EN55020, EN61000-3-2 et EN610003-3.
    D’après les dispositions de la Directive 73/23/EEC,
    89/336/EEC et 93/68/EEC.

    • ÖVERENSSTÄMMELSESINTYG
    Härmed intygas helt på eget ansvar att denna produkt,
    vilken detta intyg avser, uppfyller följande standarder:
    EN60065, EN55013, EN55020, EN61000-3-2 och EN610003-3.
    Enligt stadgarna i direktiv 73/23/EEC, 89/336/EEC och
    93/68/EEC.

    2



  • Page 3

    ENGLISH

    DEUTSCH

    FRANÇAIS

    ESPAÑOL

    NEDERLANDS

    SVENSKA

    NOTE ON USE / HINWEISE ZUM GEBRAUCH /
    OBSERVATIONS RELATIVES A L’UTILISATION / NOTAS SOBRE EL USO /
    ALVORENS TE GEBRUIKEN / OBSERVERA

    FRONT PANEL DIAGRAM / VORDERES BEDIENFELD-SCHEMA /
    SCHEMA DU PANNEAU AVANT / DIAGRAMA DEL PANEL FRONTAL /
    OVERZICHT VAN VOORPANEEL / FRONTPANELEN
    482
    465
    7
    1

    2

    3

    11

    4

    10

    8

    8

    9

    MIC

    7

    9
    11

    7

    11

    10

    10

    8

    8

    9

    1

    2

    3

    PH1/LN1

    PH2/LN3

    PH3/LN5

    9

    7

    14

    11

    10

    13

    4

    - 20
    L
    CUE

    LINE7

    R
    PGM
    - 20
    0

    ON/OFF

    10

    MAIN MIC

    MIN

    DIGITAL1

    MIN

    LINE2

    MAX

    GAIN

    DIGITAL2

    LINE4

    CH FADER START
    -26dB

    ON/OFF

    +10dB

    HI

    -26dB

    +10dB

    -26dB

    +10dB

    HI

    -26dB

    MAX

    GAIN

    DIGITAL3

    -26dB

    +10dB

    CH FADER START
    -26dB

    10

    MIN

    LINE6

    MAX

    DIGITAL4

    GAIN

    -26dB

    LINE8

    17
    16

    18

    32

    15

    10

    7

    5

    3

    1

    0

    1

    3

    5

    8 +

    15

    10

    7

    5

    3

    1

    0

    1

    3

    5

    8 +

    PWR

    ZONE

    MASTER

    CH FADER START

    +10dB

    10

    -26dB

    10

    HI

    +10dB

    HI

    SUB WOOFER

    8

    8

    6

    6

    6

    6

    -26dB

    +10dB

    -26dB

    MID

    4

    +10dB

    MID

    4

    -26dB

    2

    2

    2

    0

    0

    0

    0

    -26dB

    -26dB

    +10dB

    +10dB

    -26dB

    LOW

    LOW

    MIN

    EFFECT LOOP
    4

    BOOTH

    10

    LEVEL

    MIC

    AUX MIC

    CH FADER START

    CROSS
    FADER
    START B

    SAMP.

    CH 1
    H/S
    BRAKE

    CROSSFADER
    CONTOUR

    CH 2

    MONO

    X

    2

    3
    4

    H/S 2

    A

    H/S 2

    B

    1

    2

    CH 4

    RESET

    L-CUE
    R-PGM

    3

    OFF

    4

    OFF
    CUE

    H/S 1

    5

    CH 3

    H/S
    BRAKE

    X

    1
    OFF
    ON

    CUE

    SAMP.

    ON/OFF

    10

    MAIN

    2
    0

    0

    +10dB

    LOW

    DIGITAL
    CROSS
    FADER
    START A
    0

    MAX

    FREQ.

    8
    6

    4

    2

    +10dB

    10

    LEVEL
    METER

    +10dB

    MID

    4

    10
    0

    10

    8

    LOW

    LOW

    CH FADER START
    -26dB

    +10dB

    HI

    8

    +10dB

    MID

    MID

    31

    28
    6

    PGM

    PAN

    H/S 1

    26

    30

    27

    30

    0

    STEREO
    CUE/PGM

    ASSIGN B

    10

    LEVEL

    PHONES

    26

    29

    24
    29

    23

    22

    DJ MIXER

    21

    25

    20

    7 x 10 hole
    • Do not let insecticides, benzene, and thinner
    come in contact with the set.
    • Lassen Sie das Gerät nicht mit Insektiziden,
    Benzin
    oder
    Verdünnungsmitteln
    in
    Berührung kommen.
    • Ne pas mettre en contact des insecticides,
    du benzène et un diluant avec l’appareil.
    • No permita el contacto de insecticidas,
    gasolina y diluyentes con el equipo.
    • Laat geen insektenverdelgende middelen,
    benzine of verfverdunner met dit apparaat in
    kontakt komen.
    • Se till att inte insektsmedel på spraybruk,
    bensen och thinner kommer i kontakt med
    apparatens hölje.

    Loch 7 x 10
    Trou 7 x 10

    Orificio de 7 x 10
    Opening 7 x 10

    Hål, 7 x 10

    REAR PANEL DIAGRAM / HINTERES ANSCHLUSSFELD-SCHEMA /
    SCHEMA DU PANNEAU ARRIERE / DIAGRAMA DEL PANEL POSTERIOR /
    OVERZICHT VAN ACHTERPANEEL / BAKPANELEN
    38
    37

    POWER

    34

    ZONE
    R

    35

    MAIN OUT
    BALANCED
    L

    R

    44
    41

    BOOTH

    44

    TAPE
    OUT

    46

    CH4

    UNBALANCED

    LINE8

    46

    44

    CH3
    LINE7

    LINE6

    46

    44

    44

    CH2

    PHONO3/LINE5

    LINE4

    49

    CH1

    PHONO2/LINE3

    LINE2

    MAIN MIC

    PHONO1/LINE1

    L
    L

    ON

    L

    R

    L

    R

    LN PH

    L

    R

    LN PH

    R

    LN PH

    OFF

    1

    X-EFFECTS
    JACK

    2

    SEND

    RETURN

    DIGITAL4

    DIGITAL OUT
    SUB WOOFER

    36

    40

    DIGITAL3

    FADER

    DIGITAL2

    GND

    DIGITAL1
    AUX MIC

    39

    42

    43

    43
    45

    32

    • Do not obstruct the ventilation holes.
    • Die Belüftungsöffnungen dürfen nicht
    verdeckt werden.
    • Ne pas obstruer les trous d’aération.
    • No obstruya los orificios de ventilación.
    • De ventilatieopeningen mogen niet worden
    beblokkeerd.
    • Täpp inte till ventilationsöppningarna.

    33

    FADER

    EFFECT

    105

    ✽ (For sets with ventilation holes)

    • Never disassemble or modify the set in any
    way.
    • Versuchen Sie niemals das Gerät
    auseinander zu nehmen oder auf jegliche Art
    zu verändern.
    • Ne jamais démonter ou modifier l’appareil
    d’une manière ou d’une autre.
    • Nunca desarme o modifique el equipo de
    ninguna manera.
    • Nooit dit apparaat demonteren of op andere
    wijze modifiëren.
    • Ta inte isär apparaten och försök inte bygga
    om den.

    58

    3

    MIN

    ASSIGN A

    • Unplug the power cord when not using the
    set for long periods of time.
    • Wenn das Gerät eine längere Zeit nicht
    verwendet werden soll, trennen Sie das
    Netzkabel vom Netzstecker.
    • Débrancher le cordon d’alimentation lorsque
    l’appareil n’est pas utilisé pendant de
    longues périodes.
    • Desconecte el cordón de energía cuando no
    utilice el equipo por mucho tiempo.
    • Neem altijd het netsnoer uit het stopkontakt
    wanneer het apparaat gedurende een lange
    periode niet wordt gebruikt.
    • Koppla ur nätkabeln om apparaten inte
    kommer att användas i lång tid.

    • Handle the power cord carefully.
    Hold the plug when unplugging the cord.
    • Gehen Sie vorsichtig mit dem Netzkabel um.
    Halten Sie das Kabel am Stecker, wenn Sie
    den Stecker herausziehen.
    • Manipuler le cordon d’alimentation avec
    précaution.
    Tenir la prise lors du débranchement du
    cordon.
    • Maneje el cordón de energía con cuidado.
    Sostenga el enchufe cuando desconecte el
    cordón de energía.
    • Hanteer het netsnoer voorzichtig.
    Houd het snoer bij de stekker vast wanneer
    deze moet worden aan- of losgekoppeld.
    • Hantera nätkabeln varsamt.
    Håll i kabeln när den kopplas från el-uttaget.

    MAX

    GAIN

    15

    MIC POST

    177
    101.6

    • Avoid high temperatures.
    Allow for sufficient heat dispersion when
    installed on a rack.
    • Vermeiden Sie hohe Temperaturen.
    Beachten Sie, daß eine ausreichend
    Luftzirkulation gewährleistet wird, wenn das
    Gerät auf ein Regal gestellt wird.
    • Eviter des températures élevées
    Tenir compte d’une dispersion de chaleur
    suffisante lors de l’installation sur une
    étagère.
    • Evite altas temperaturas
    Permite la suficiente dispersión del calor
    cuando está instalado en la consola.
    • Vermijd hoge temperaturen.
    Zorg voor een degelijk hitteafvoer indien het
    apparaat op een rek wordt geplaatst.
    • Undvik höga temperaturer.
    Se till att det finns möjlighet till god
    värmeavledning vid montering i ett rack.

    • Keep the set free from moisture, water, and
    dust.
    • Halten Sie das Gerät von Feuchtigkeit,
    Wasser und Staub fern.
    • Protéger l’appareil contre l’humidité, l’eau et
    lapoussière.
    • Mantenga el equipo libre de humedad, agua
    y polvo.
    • Laat geen vochtigheid, water of stof in het
    apparaat binnendringen.
    • Utsätt inte apparaten för fukt, vatten och
    damm.

    • Do not let foreign objects in the set.
    • Keine fremden Gegenstände in das Gerät
    kommen lassen.
    • Ne pas laisser des objets étrangers dans
    l’appareil.
    • No deje objetos extraños dentro del equipo.
    • Laat geen vreemde voorwerpen in dit
    apparaat vallen.
    • Se till att främmande föremål inte tränger in i
    apparaten.

    19

    12

    47
    45

    48
    43

    Unit:
    Gerät:
    Unité:
    Unidad:
    Toestel:
    Enhet:

    43
    47

    mm
    mm
    mm
    mm
    mm
    mm

    47

    50



  • Page 4

    ENGLISH
    – TABLE OF CONTENTS –

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    v

    Main features ..................................................................4
    Installation .......................................................................4
    Part names and functions ...........................................4, 5
    Connections.....................................................................6

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    n
    m
    ,

    3 PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS

    Fader start .......................................................................7
    X-effect ............................................................................8
    Replacing the crossfader.................................................9
    Specifications ..................................................................9

    (1) Front Panel

    q

    Please check to make sure the following items are included with the main unit in the carton:
    w Connection cords (3.5 mm stereo mini cord) ..................2

    1 MAIN FEATURES
    CONGRATULATIONS! You have purchased the DENON
    DN-X800 DJ mixer from DENON.
    1. X-Effect
    The X-Effect is a unique feature which is designed to work
    with the DENON DN-2100F and DN-2600F CD players.
    The fader start of the below functions can be used with the
    Crossfader.
    Sampler, Hot start brake/platter, Hot start 1, 2 (each drive).
    2. CH. Fader and Crossfader start
    The CD player can be started or stopped simply by
    increasing or decreasing the level of the CH fader or by
    using the cross fader left to right or right to left. (This
    function can only be used when the DENON CD players
    DN-1800F, DN-2100F or DN-2600F is connected to the
    DN-X800.)
    3. Digital outputs
    The DN-X800 allows you to record directly to CD-R,
    MiniDisc or a hard disk device through it’s exclusive coaxial
    digital outputs.
    The digital outputs maintains a constant 16 bit / 44.1 kHz
    signal.

    5. Enhanced input/output terminals (Analog)
    8 Line, 3 Phono, 2 microphone systems, 2 Main outputs,
    Zone output, Booth output, Sub woofer output and tape
    output are provided independently. Effect in/out terminals
    are also provided for a external effects processor.
    6. 3-Band equalizer/Gain
    Bass, Mid, Treble and Gain controls are available on every
    input channel.
    7. Crossfader contour
    This feature allows adjusting the “shape” of the Crossfader
    response from a gentle curve for smooth, long running
    fades, to the steep pitch required for top performance cut
    and scratch effects.
    8. Mic post
    This feature will pass the Main Mic signal into the Zone,
    Booth, Tape output and Digital output signal path.
    In the OFF mode, the MIC signal will not be routed through
    the above outputs.

    w
    e

    r

    t

    • Puts the Main Mic signal into the Main outputs signal
    path.
    • When the button is pressed, the Main Mic is on and
    the adjacent orange indicator lights.

    !3

    i
    Min. 3 cm

    2

    3

    PH1/LN1

    PH2/LN3

    PH3/LN5

    4

    - 20
    L
    CUE

    LINE7

    R
    PGM
    - 20
    0

    10

    MAIN MIC

    ON/OFF

    MIN

    MAX

    GAIN

    DIGITAL1

    MIN

    LINE2

    MAX

    GAIN

    DIGITAL2

    LINE4

    MIN

    MAX

    GAIN

    DIGITAL3

    MIN

    LINE6

    MAX

    GAIN

    DIGITAL4

    LINE8

    15

    10

    7

    5

    3

    1

    0

    1

    3

    5

    8 +

    15

    10

    7

    5

    3

    1

    0

    1

    3

    5

    8 +

    CH FADER START
    +10dB

    HI

    ON/OFF

    -26dB

    +10dB

    HI

    CH FADER START
    -26dB

    10

    +10dB

    +10dB

    MID

    4

    ZONE

    MASTER

    o

    SUB WOOFER

    +10dB

    MIN

    EFFECT LOOP
    6

    10

    AUX MIC

    CH FADER START

    2

    0

    0

    +10dB

    -26dB

    LOW

    0

    +10dB

    LOW

    10

    LEVEL

    MIC
    CUE

    SAMP.

    CROSS
    FADER
    START B

    SAMP.

    ON/OFF

    CH 1

    2

    3
    4

    H/S 2

    CH 3

    MONO

    X

    X

    1

    CH 2

    H/S
    BRAKE

    H/S
    BRAKE

    CROSSFADER
    CONTOUR
    OFF

    ON

    MAIN

    2

    A

    B

    H/S 2

    1

    2

    CH 4

    Source input select switch
    • Selects either a Phono/Line or Line input for the
    source.

    4

    DIGITAL
    CROSS
    FADER
    START A
    0

    MAX

    FREQ.

    8

    BOOTH

    4

    0
    -26dB

    10

    LEVEL
    METER

    6
    +10dB

    MID

    2

    LOW

    10
    0

    10
    8

    -26dB

    4

    0
    -26dB

    +10dB

    LOW

    +10dB

    HI

    6
    +10dB

    MID

    2

    0
    -26dB

    +10dB

    LOW

    CH FADER START
    -26dB

    10
    8

    -26dB

    4

    2

    -26dB

    CH FADER START
    +10dB

    6
    -26dB

    +10dB

    MID

    HI

    8

    6
    -26dB

    +10dB

    MID

    -26dB

    10

    HI

    8

    -26dB

    BOOTH LEVEL control
    • Adjusts the level of the Booth outputs.

    !5

    MASTER LEVEL fader
    • Adjusts the level of the Main outputs. Signals from the
    channels selected with the Assign switches will be
    output using the Source input fader (Ch. fader) and the
    Crossfader, while signals from other channels will be
    outputs using the Source input fader (Ch. fader).

    !6

    Source EQ controls

    • Adjusts the level of the selected input 0 to +10 dB.

    PWR

    MIC POST

    -26dB

    !4

    AUX MIC ON/OFF button

    GAIN level control

    ZONE METER button
    • When this button is pressed down and held, the meter
    indicates the stereo level in the LEFT and RIGHT
    meter output. The adjacent green indicator lights.

    AUX MIC level control

    NOTE:
    Clipping may occur if adjustments are set to harsh.

    ZONE level control
    • Adjusts the level of the Zone outputs.

    MIC POST ON/OFF button

    • Puts the Aux Mic signal into the mixer signal path.
    • When the button is pressed, the Aux Mic is on and the
    adjacent orange indicator lights.

    Source input fader (Ch. fader)
    • Controls the level of the selected Input.

    !2

    • Contour the frequency response of the selected
    inputs.
    HI
    • Adjusts the high-tone sound -26 dB to +10 dB.
    At the center position, sound is flat.
    MID
    • Adjusts the mid-tone sound -26 dB to +10 dB.
    At the center position, sound is flat.
    LOW
    • Adjusts the low-tone sound -26 dB to +10 dB.
    At the center position, sound is flat.

    1

    !1

    • Adjusts the level of the Aux Mic input.

    y

    u

    MIC

    NOTE:
    You must first set the pitch slider to zero % of the
    digital output source (CD, MD) before it's power is
    turned on. If the green digital indicator is flashing on
    the mixer, please perform the above steps.

    MAIN MIC ON/OFF button

    • Puts the Main Mic signal into the Zone, Booth Tape
    and Digital out signal path.
    • When the button is pressed, the adjacent green
    indicator lights.

    2 INSTALLATION

    !7

    Peak dB CUE/PROGRAM meter
    • Displays the output level following Master Level
    adjustment, the peak level is held for 1 second.
    Display range : -20 dB to +8 dB.
    • Can switch between two display mode. See below
    @3.

    SUBWOOFER frequency control
    • Adjusts the cut off frequency of the low pass filter 40
    Hz to 200 Hz.
    • The low adjustment, will effect the Subwoofer output.

    !8

    EFFECT LOOP MAIN button
    • Routes the Main signal through the external processor
    attached to the EFFECT connectors on the rear.
    • When the button is pressed in, the adjacent orange
    indicator lights. (When the processor isn't
    attached,indicator blinks.)

    !9

    EFFECT LOOP MIC button
    • Routes the Main Mic signal through the external
    processor attached to the EFFECT connectors on the
    rear.
    • When the button is pressed in, the adjacent orange
    indicator lights. (When the processor isn't
    attached,indicator blinks.)

    RESET

    L-CUE
    R-PGM

    3

    OFF

    4

    OFF
    CUE

    H/S 1
    ASSIGN A

    4

    MAIN MIC level control

    LINE/DIGITAL input select switch
    • Selects either a Line (analog) or Digital Input for the
    Source.
    • The adjacent green indicator flashes when the digital
    signal is unlocked and remains lit when the digital
    signal is locked.

    • Adjusts the level of the Main Mic input.

    4. Digital inputs
    The DN-X800 accepts up to 4 digital inputs.
    Such as our family of performers, DN-1800F, DN-2100F,
    DN-2600F, DP-DJ151 or any device with a digital output.
    The sampling frequency range can be 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz or
    48 kHz.

    When the DN-X800 is mounted inside a coffin or DJ booth, we
    recommend leaving a 3 cm blank space above the mixer if
    possible.

    !0

    • Contour the frequency response of the Main Mic input
    -12 dB to +12 dB.
    HI
    • Adjusts high-tone microphone sound -12 dB to
    +12 dB.
    At the center position, sound is flat.
    MID
    • Adjusts mid-tone microphone sound -12 dB to +12 dB.
    At the center position, sound is flat.
    LOW
    • Adjusts low-tone microphone sound -12 dB to +12 dB.
    At the center position, sound is flat.

    • ACCESSORIES
    q Operating instructions ....................................................1

    MIC EQ controls

    PGM

    PAN

    H/S 1

    ASSIGN B

    STEREO
    CUE/PGM

    0

    10

    LEVEL

    PHONES

    DJ MIXER

    NOTE:
    When the Effect Loop Main and Mic are on, the
    signal of Mic is output to all the outputs regardless
    of setting the Main Mic and the Post Mic.



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    @0

    RESET switch

    #0

    • Returns to initial settings when this switch is pressed.

    @1

    • The Fader Start is executed by connecting the
    Expansion Jack of the RC of the DN-2100F and the
    DN-2600F, the item that is executed by Crossfader
    and Ch. fader are selected by the button in each Ch..
    It is not possible to use when the RC is not connected.
    SAMP. buttons
    This function will start the Sampler of the DN-2600F
    by using Crossfader and Ch. fader are turned on/off.
    H/S BRAKE buttons
    This button provides 2 functions, Brake and Platter-S.
    You first need to load a Hot Start(s) to activate this
    feature.
    By pressing either H/S Brake button once, will activate
    H/S Brake mode (orange indicator is lit) .
    By pressing the same button once more, this will
    activate H/S Platter-S mode (indicator is flashing).
    A third press will turn this function OFF.
    See “X-EFFECT” to use this feature on page 8.
    H/S 1, 2 buttons
    This function will start the Hot Start of the DN-2100F
    and the DN-2600F by using Crossfader and Ch. fader
    are turned on/off.

    HEADPHONE output jack
    • Accepts 1/4” stereo headphone plugs.

    @2

    HEADPHONE level control
    • Adjusts the volume for the headphones.

    @3

    HEADPHONE mode button
    • In the STEREO mode, this button feeds STEREO
    Program and Cue to both earcups, in the MONO
    mode, the Headphone circuit provides MONO Cue to
    the left ear and MONO Program to the right.
    • In the STEREO mode, the meter indicates the stereo
    level in the LEFT and RIGHT Main Outputs. In the
    MONO mode, mono CUE level is displayed on the
    Left meter and mono PROGRAM level is displayed on
    the Right meter.
    • In the MONO mode, the adjacent green indicator
    lights.

    @4

    HEADPHONE PAN control
    • Serves two purposes…In the STEREO mode it
    changes the relative levels of the Cue and Program
    mixed together in both earcups. In the MONO mode it
    changes the balance between the Mono Cue in the
    left ear cup and the Mono Program in the right.

    @5

    CUE buttons
    • Pressing in any or all of the CUE buttons routes the
    respective Source to the Headphone and Meter Cue
    sections. Pressing multiple buttons makes it possible
    to derive mixed sound from the selected sources. The
    adjacent red indicator illuminates when the button is
    depressed.

    @6

    POWER indicator

    CROSSFADER START A, B buttons
    • The function to start the performance of CD Player
    with Crossfader automatically is turned on/off.
    • When the button is pressed in, the Crossfader Start is
    on and the adjacent orange indicator lights.

    $2

    #5

    MAIN OUT (UNBALANCED) jacks
    • This stereo pair of RCA jacks provide a unbalanced line
    level output.
    • Connect these jacks to the unbalanced analog input
    jacks on an amplifier or console.

    #6

    #7

    #8

    DIGITAL 1, 2, 3, 4 input jacks
    • These RCA jacks are Inputs for any digital output
    device.
    • We recommend using a 75Ω/ohm RCA cord for best
    digital transfer. (available from any audio/video retailer)

    $4

    LINE 2, 4, 6, 7, 8 input jacks
    • These stereo pairs of unbalanced RCA jacks are Inputs
    for any line level device.

    $5

    Ch 3, 4 FADER output jacks
    • Connect these jacks to the Fader input jacks of the
    DN-1800F, the DN-2100F and the DN-2600F using the
    3.5 mm stereo mini cord.

    • These RCA jacks provide a digital output data. The
    signal is unaffected by the Master Level fader. Output
    is controlled by Ch. fader volume.
    • We recommend using a 75Ω/ohm RCA cord for best
    digital transfer. (available from any audio/video retailer)

    $6

    ZONE OUT (BALANCED) connectors

    $7

    PHONO 1, 2, 3 / LINE 1, 3, 5 input jacks
    • These stereo pairs of unbalanced RCA jacks are Inputs
    for a Phono (RIAA) stage for magnetic (MM) cartridges
    or a Line stage suitable for any device, such as a CD
    player.

    PHONO 1, 2, 3 / LINE 1, 3, 5 switches
    • These switches change the Input from Phono to a
    Line level inputs.
    • These switches set a Line level inputs when Turntable
    is not connected.

    $8

    Phono Ground screw
    • This screws provide a place to connect the ground
    wire from a turntable.
    This terminal is exclusively for a turntable grounding
    and not a safety earth ground.

    $9

    MAIN MIC input connector
    • Neutrik combo jack.
    • Accepts either a balanced microphone with an XLR
    connector or an unbalanced microphone with 1/4”
    mono jacks.

    BOOTH OUT jacks
    • This stereo pair of RCA jacks provide a unbalanced line
    level output with independent front panel Booth Level
    controls and are not affected by the Master Level
    control.
    • Connect these jacks to the unbalanced analog input
    jacks on an amplifier or console.

    #9

    $3

    DIGITAL OUT 1, 2 jacks

    • These XLR type connectors provide a balanced line
    level output with independent front panel Zone Level
    controls and are not affected by the Master Level
    control.
    • Connect these connectors to the balanced analog
    input connectors on an amplifier or console.
    • Pin layout 1. Common 2. Hot 3. Cold
    • Applicable connector: Cannon XLR-3-31 or equivalent.
    NOTE:
    Do not short-circuit the hot or cold pin with the common
    pin.

    • When the red indicator is lit, the DN-X800 is ready to
    go.

    EFFECT jacks
    • These 1/4” stereo jacks allow stereo external
    processing of the Program signal.
    • These are switching jacks --- always complete the loop
    when connecting a send and return, or no sound will
    be heard.

    MAIN OUT (BALANCED) connectors
    • These XLR type connectors provide a balanced line
    level output.
    • Connect these connectors to the balanced analog
    input connectors on an amplifier or console.
    • Pin layout 1. Common 2. Hot 3. Cold
    • Applicable connector: Cannon XLR-3-31 or equivalent.
    NOTE:
    Do not short-circuit the hot or cold pin with the common
    pin.

    %0

    AUX MIC input jack
    • Accepts an unbalanced microphone with 1/4” mono
    jacks.

    X-EFFECTS JACK
    • Connect this jack to the remote of the DN-2100F and
    the DN-2600F using the 3.5 mm stereo mini cord.

    $0

    SUBWOOFER output jack
    • This 1/4” mono jacks provide a mono line level output
    of Main Out. The signal is affected by the Master
    Level fader.
    • Connect this jacks to the subwoofer input jack on an
    amplifier.

    CROSSFADER CONTOUR control
    • Allows adjusting the “shape” of the Crossfader
    response from a gentle curve for smooth, long running
    fades, to the steep pitch required for top performance
    cut and scratch effects.

    @9

    #2

    #4

    CH. FADER START switches
    • This function will start the performance of CD Player
    with Ch. fader automatically is turned on/off.

    POWER switch
    • Press the switch to turn the power on.

    CROSSFADER
    • Controls the relative output level from the summed A
    and B Mixes. When the fader is at its far left, only the
    A Mix is heard from the Outputs. As the fader is
    moved toward the right, the amount of B Mix is
    increased and the amount of A Mix is decreased.
    When the fader is centered, equal amounts of A and B
    Mixes are routed to the Outputs. Fully right is all B Mix
    at the Outputs.

    @8

    #1

    #3

    CROSSFADE ASSIGN A, B switches
    • Assigns the Crossfader to any of the four Input
    Channels and Off.
    OFF
    Select when not using the crossfader.
    1 to 4
    Select what channels (CH-1 to CH-4) to assign to A
    and B.
    Channels not assigned to A or B are output without
    passing through the crossfader.

    @7

    (2) Rear Panel
    X-EFFECT function buttons

    $1

    TAPE OUT jacks
    • This stereo pair of RCA jacks provide a line level
    output. The signal is unaffected by the Master Level
    fader. Output is controlled by Ch. fader volume.
    • It is intended for use with a tape recorder, but is not
    restricted to that purpose. Output is controlled by Ch.
    fader volume.

    5



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    NOTE:
    Always switch on your audio input sources such as CD players
    first, then your mixer, and finally any amplifiers. When turning
    off, always reverse this operation by turning off amplifiers,
    then your mixer, and then input units.

    4 CONNECTIONS
    4. Connect all stereo input sources. Then connect any effects
    into the stereo Effect, if used. Connect your Microphone(s)
    and monitor headphones. Make sure all faders are at
    “zero” and the unit is off. Take care to connect only one
    cable at a time. pay attention to L and R position of jacks,
    on both the DN-X800 and outboard gear.
    5. Connect the stereo outputs to the power amplifier(s) and/or
    tape deck(s) and/or MD recorder(s) and/or CD recorder(s).
    Plug the DN-X800 into AC power outlet.

    Balanced or unbalanced
    Microphones
    Turntable 2

    Turntable 1
    ANTI-S

    2

    1

    1

    ANTI-S

    4

    3 210

    3 210

    1

    4

    0

    0

    PITCH

    KEY ADJUST

    -12

    0

    PITCH

    KEY ADJUST

    -12

    SLOW
    BRAKE

    Quartz

    0

    Quartz

    0

    ON

    OFF

    POWER

    POWER

    +12

    START
    /STOP

    78
    33

    DP-DJ151 Digital

    45

    0

    ON

    OFF

    POWER

    +12

    START
    /STOP

    PITCH

    -12

    SLOW
    BRAKE

    Quartz

    ON

    OFF

    765

    2

    TING
    KA

    765

    765

    ANTI-S

    3

    3

    3

    4

    TING
    KA

    3 210

    TING
    KA

    KEY ADJUST

    SLOW
    BRAKE

    2

    Turntable 3

    Booth unbalanced power amplifier

    4

    Main unbalanced power amplifier

    Tape deck

    4

    1. Make certain AC power is off while making connections.
    2. Quality cables make a big difference in fidelity and punch.
    Use high-quality, audio cables.
    3. Do not use excessively long cables. Be sure plugs and jacks
    are securely fastened. Loose connections cause hum,
    noise, or intermittents that could damage your speakers.

    4

    Refer to the Connection Diagram below.

    +12

    START
    /STOP

    78
    33

    78

    DP-DJ151 Digital

    45

    33

    DP-DJ151 Digital

    45

    Main balanced power amplifier

    R

    POWER

    ZONE

    MAIN OUT
    BALANCED

    R

    L

    L

    R

    L

    R

    BOOTH

    L

    R

    L

    TAPE
    OUT

    CH4

    UNBALANCED

    LINE8

    R

    L

    CH3
    LINE7

    LINE6

    R

    L

    CH1

    CH2

    PHONO3/LINE5

    LINE4

    R

    PHONO2/LINE3

    LINE2

    MAIN MIC

    PHONO1/LINE1

    L

    ON

    L

    L

    R

    R

    L

    LN PH

    L

    R

    LN PH

    R

    LN PH

    OFF

    1

    X-EFFECTS
    JACK

    2

    SEND

    RETURN

    Unbalanced Microphones
    DIGITAL OUT

    DIGITAL4
    SUB WOOFER

    FADER

    DIGITAL3

    FADER

    DIGITAL2

    GND

    DIGITAL1

    EFFECT

    AUX MIC

    Zone balanced power amplifier
    L

    R

    R

    L

    R

    R

    L

    L

    MD recorder

    CD recorder or PC

    TRACK

    OPEN/
    CLOSE

    M
    T. REMAIN ELAPSED

    S
    SINGLE

    F

    M
    T. REMAIN ELAPSED

    S
    SINGLE

    F

    PITCH

    CONTINUE

    2

    PITCH
    SCAN

    TRACK

    OPEN/
    CLOSE

    PITCH

    CONTINUE

    1
    SEARCH

    SEARCH

    PITCH BEND

    PITCH
    SCAN

    PITCH BEND

    PITCH%

    PITCH%

    0%
    JOG
    MODE

    CONT./
    SINGLE

    TRACK

    TIME

    CUE

    0%
    JOG
    MODE

    PLAY/PAUSE

    CONT./
    SINGLE

    TRACK

    CUE

    TIME

    CUE

    PLAY/PAUSE

    CUE

    REMOTE CONTROL UNIT RC-47

    1

    OPEN/CLOSE

    OPEN/CLOSE

    1

    2

    2

    POWER

    ON

    OFF

    OPEN/
    CLOSE

    OPEN/
    CLOSE

    1
    CONT./SINGLE

    TIME

    NEXT TR.

    START

    MEMO

    BRAKE

    PITCH

    2

    KEY
    CONT./SINGLE

    TIME

    NEXT TR.

    START

    MEMO

    BEN
    D

    PITCH BEND

    EXIT/
    RELOOP
    RVB
    LOOP

    TAP

    KEY

    STOP

    CUE

    LOOP

    END MON.

    SEARCH
    PUSH ENTER

    SEARCH

    FLG

    SCAN

    EFFECT

    PITCH
    ON/OFF
    DATA MASTER

    DIGI-S

    PROGRAM

    B

    2
    FIL
    REVERSE

    BEN
    D

    1

    0%

    KEY

    SCAN

    PLAY/WRITE

    PLAY/PAUSE

    MODE

    CUE

    6

    PITCH

    KEY

    OPEN/CLOSE

    1

    2

    POWER

    OFF

    CD player

    PITCH BEND

    B
    EXIT/
    RELOOP

    2
    FIL

    RVB

    REVERSE

    LOOP

    TAP

    PUSH ENTER

    FLG
    PITCH
    ON/OFF
    DATA MASTER

    STOP

    PLAY/WRITE

    PLAY/PAUSE

    CUE

    MODE

    PRESET

    REMOTE CONTROL UNIT RC-46

    OPEN/CLOSE

    ON

    Effects processor

    A

    1

    CUE
    PRESET

    1

    Subwoofer with
    Built-in amplifier

    BRAKE

    END MON.

    PROGRAM

    SEARCH

    A

    LOOP

    END MON.

    SEARCH

    EFFECT

    DIGI-S

    CD player

    2

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    5 FADER START

    Channel Fader Start

    If the separately sold DN-1800F, DN-2100F and DN-2600F players are connected to CH-3 or CH-4, they can be started using the
    source input fader (Ch. fader) or Crossfader, as long as the 3.5 mm stereo mini cords have been connected.

    Crossfader Start

    Turn on the Ch. fader start switch.
    CH FADER START

    1
    ON

    CH3
    Fader jack

    CH4
    Fader jack

    Move the source input fader (Ch.
    fader) of CH-3 or Ch-4 control all
    the way to the bottom.

    DN-X800

    1

    Using the Crossfader Assign A B switches, select
    the channel (CH-3 or CH-4) that the CD player is
    connected.

    2

    Press the Crossfader Start A, B buttons of the
    channel connected to the CD player to be controlled.

    OFF

    CH FADER START

    Slide the Crossfader all the way in direction opposite
    the source you want to start. ( In the following
    example, startup is done with the CD player
    connected to CH-3 set to Assign A. )

    10
    8

    MIC

    1

    2

    PH1/LN1

    3

    PH2/LN3

    4

    PH3/LN5

    - 20
    L
    CUE

    LINE7

    R
    PGM
    - 20
    0

    ON/OFF

    10

    MAIN MIC

    MIN

    MAX

    DIGITAL1

    GAIN

    MIN

    LINE2

    MAX

    GAIN

    DIGITAL2

    MIN

    LINE4

    MAX

    GAIN

    DIGITAL3

    MIN

    LINE6

    MAX

    GAIN

    DIGITAL4

    LINE8

    15

    10

    7

    5

    15

    10

    7

    5

    3

    1

    0

    1

    3

    1

    0

    1

    3

    5

    8 +

    3

    5

    8 +

    2

    PWR

    ZONE

    MASTER

    SUB WOOFER

    6

    MIC POST
    CH FADER START
    -26dB

    +10dB

    HI

    ON/OFF

    -26dB

    CH FADER START
    -26dB

    +10dB

    10

    HI

    +10dB

    -26dB

    MID

    3.5 mm stereo
    mini cord

    MID

    +10dB

    -26dB

    LOW

    -26dB

    +10dB

    -26dB

    BOOTH

    -26dB

    +10dB

    0

    10

    LEVEL

    LOW

    MIC

    CH FADER START

    SAMP.

    H/S
    BRAKE

    CROSS
    FADER
    START B

    CH 1

    CROSSFADER
    CONTOUR

    X

    1

    CH 2

    3

    H/S 2

    4

    A

    B

    H/S 2

    1

    2

    0
    X

    1

    L-CUE
    R-PGM

    3

    OFF

    4
    CUE

    H/S 1

    TRACK

    OPEN/
    CLOSE

    M
    T. REMAIN ELAPSED

    PGM

    PAN

    H/S 1

    ASSIGN B

    S
    SINGLE

    F

    1

    M
    T. REMAIN ELAPSED

    SEARCH

    PITCH BEND

    0

    S
    SINGLE

    F

    SCAN

    TRACK

    TIME

    CUE

    PITCH BEND

    When you want to start the
    player, move up the source input
    fader (Ch. fader) and the CD
    player will begin playing.

    0%
    JOG
    MODE

    PLAY/PAUSE

    CONT./
    SINGLE

    TRACK

    CUE

    TIME

    CUE

    PLAY/PAUSE

    CUE

    REMOTE CONTROL UNIT RC-47

    1

    CD1
    Fader jack

    OPEN/CLOSE

    OPEN/CLOSE

    1

    2

    2

    CD2
    Fader jack

    POWER

    4

    CH FADER START

    4

    A

    B

    4

    DN-1800F
    Set the cue point on the left drive.
    DN-2100F and DN-2600F
    Set the A-1 or A-2 point on the left drive.

    5

    Use the Crossfader Contour control to control the
    cross fader startup curve.

    10
    8
    6
    4

    ON

    3

    ASSIGN A

    PITCH%

    0%
    CONT./
    SINGLE

    3

    DJ MIXER

    PITCH

    CONTINUE

    DN-1800F
    Set the cue point on either drive.
    DN-2100F and DN-2600F
    Set the A-1 or A-2 point on either drive.

    PITCH

    PITCH%

    JOG
    MODE

    10

    LEVEL

    PHONES

    2

    PITCH
    SCAN

    TRACK

    OPEN/
    CLOSE

    PITCH

    CONTINUE

    STEREO
    CUE/PGM

    2

    OFF

    RESET

    CH 4

    OFF

    ASSIGN A

    SEARCH

    CH 3

    MONO

    X

    2

    OFF
    ON

    CUE

    SAMP.

    H/S
    BRAKE

    ON/OFF

    10

    3.5 mm stereo
    mini cord

    0

    DIGITAL
    CROSS
    FADER
    START A
    0

    AUX MIC

    MAIN

    2

    0

    +10dB

    LOW

    3

    2

    4

    2

    0

    +10dB

    MAX

    FREQ.

    EFFECT LOOP
    6

    4

    2

    LOW

    LOW

    MIN

    8

    +10dB

    MID

    4

    0

    0
    -26dB

    10

    LEVEL
    METER

    6
    -26dB

    MID

    0

    8

    +10dB

    2

    4
    10

    10

    6
    -26dB

    4

    2

    +10dB

    HI

    8

    +10dB

    MID

    4

    -26dB

    10

    6
    -26dB

    +10dB

    CH FADER START

    +10dB

    HI

    8

    6
    +10dB

    -26dB

    10

    HI

    8

    -26dB

    CH FADER START

    When the Crossfader is slid in the opposite direction
    as in “3”, CD player play will begin.

    OFF

    2

    DN-1800F

    0

    6
    NOTE:
    Use the analog inputs/outputs when the DN-1800F, the DN-2100F and the DN-2600F are moved by FADER START.

    NOTES:
    • Channels selected with the Crossfader Assign A, B
    switches and the Crossfader Start A, B buttons cannot
    be started with the source input fader (Ch. fader).
    • Ch. Fader Start and Cross Fader Start for the same
    source will not operate simultaneously. You must select
    from either one. If both Ch. Fader and Cross Fader
    switches are ON, priority will be the cross fader.

    X

    1

    2

    3

    OFF

    4

    A

    B

    ASSIGN A

    7



  • Page 8

    ENGLISH
    The indicator of H/S 1, 2 and SAMP. change automatically if Assign switches are changed to CH-1 or CH-2.

    6 X-EFFECT
    If the separately sold DN-2100F and DN-2600F players are connected below, they can be started using the source input fader (Ch.
    fader) or Crossfader.
    The below function can be started using the source input fader (Ch. fader) or Crossfader by setting it with CD PLAYER.

    CROSS
    FADER
    START A

    1

    CH2
    Input jack

    H/S
    BRAKE

    Lit

    X

    2

    3

    OFF

    CH1
    Input jack

    SAMP.

    H/S
    BRAKE

    Sampler (DN-2600F), Hot Start Brake Platter (DN-2100F and DN-2600F), Hot Start (DN-2100F and DN-2600F)

    4

    X-EFFECTS jack

    H/S 2

    X

    A

    B

    H/S 1

    2

    PH1/LN1

    3

    PH2/LN3

    4

    PH3/LN5

    - 20
    L
    CUE

    LINE7

    R
    PGM
    - 20
    MIN

    MAX

    DIGITAL1

    GAIN

    MIN

    LINE2

    MAX

    DIGITAL2

    GAIN

    MIN

    LINE4

    MAX

    GAIN

    DIGITAL3

    MIN

    LINE6

    MAX

    GAIN

    DIGITAL4

    LINE8

    15

    10

    7

    5

    15

    10

    7

    5

    3

    1

    0

    1

    3

    1

    0

    1

    3

    5

    8 +

    3

    5

    8 +

    PWR

    ZONE

    MASTER

    SUB WOOFER

    MIC POST
    CH FADER START
    -26dB

    ON/OFF

    +10dB

    HI

    -26dB

    CH FADER START
    -26dB

    +10dB

    10

    HI

    -26dB

    -26dB

    +10dB

    -26dB

    RCA cord

    LOW

    +10dB

    HI

    -26dB

    2

    2

    0

    0

    0

    -26dB

    +10dB

    -26dB

    LOW

    +10dB

    -26dB

    EFFECT LOOP
    6
    4

    0

    10

    LEVEL

    MIC

    DIGITAL
    CROSS
    FADER
    START A
    0

    AUX MIC

    SAMP.

    CROSS
    FADER
    START B

    SAMP.

    CH 1
    H/S
    BRAKE

    CROSSFADER
    CONTOUR

    CH FADER START

    CH 2

    MONO

    X

    2

    3

    OFF

    H/S 2

    4

    CH 3

    H/S
    BRAKE

    X

    1
    ON

    CUE

    ON/OFF

    10

    MAIN

    2
    0

    +10dB

    LOW

    LOW

    FREQ.

    8

    BOOTH

    4

    2

    0
    +10dB

    LEVEL

    MAX

    +10dB

    MID

    4

    2

    LOW

    MIN

    6

    +10dB

    MID

    10

    METER

    8

    6
    -26dB

    4

    10
    0

    10

    8

    +10dB

    MID

    4

    -26dB

    10

    HI

    6
    -26dB

    +10dB

    MID

    CH FADER START

    +10dB

    8

    6
    +10dB

    MID

    -26dB

    10

    HI

    8

    -26dB

    CH FADER START

    +10dB

    A

    H/S 2

    B

    1

    2

    RESET

    CH 4

    L-CUE
    R-PGM

    3

    OFF

    4

    OFF
    CUE

    H/S 1

    PGM

    STEREO
    CUE/PGM

    PAN

    H/S 1

    ASSIGN B

    ASSIGN A

    OPEN/
    CLOSE

    0

    10

    LEVEL

    PHONES

    2

    3
    4

    ASSIGN B

    Lit

    DJ MIXER

    CROSS
    FADER
    START A

    SAMP.

    H/S
    BRAKE

    1

    2

    3

    OFF

    CROSS
    FADER
    START B

    Lit
    SAMP.

    Lit

    X

    RCA cord

    1

    ON/OFF

    10

    1
    OFF

    ASSIGN A

    3.5 mm stereo mini cord

    MIC

    0

    H/S 2

    H/S 1

    DN-X800

    MAIN MIC

    CROSS
    FADER
    START B

    Lit
    SAMP.

    4

    H/S 2

    A

    B

    H/S 1

    H/S
    BRAKE
    X
    H/S 2

    1

    2

    3

    OFF

    4

    H/S 1

    ASSIGN A

    ASSIGN B

    Lit

    OPEN/
    CLOSE
    TOTAL REMAIN ELAPSED

    CONT. SINGLE REPEAT

    NEXT TR

    PITCH %

    MEMO

    BRAKE

    PITCH

    m

    s

    EOM

    SEARCH

    SCAN

    1

    ND

    EXIT/
    RELOOP

    2
    FIL

    RVB

    REVERSE

    LOOP

    BE

    TAP

    KEY

    DIGI-S

    CUE

    START

    NEXT TR

    s

    PITCH %

    MEMO

    EOM

    LOOP

    SEARCH
    PUSH ENTER

    SEARCH

    FLG

    SCAN

    EFFECT

    PITCH

    0%

    PLAY/WRITE

    MODE

    BRAKE

    PITCH

    KEY

    f

    SAMP RVS
    DIGI-S
    EFFECT

    END MON.

    PROGRAM

    ON/OFF

    PLAY/PAUSE

    m

    A1 B
    EXIT
    A2 B

    END MON.

    A

    1

    PITCH BEND

    (2) Starting with Fader Start

    B
    EXIT/
    RELOOP

    2
    FIL

    RVB

    REVERSE

    LOOP

    TAP

    PUSH ENTER

    FLG
    PITCH
    ON/OFF
    DATA MASTER

    STOP

    0%

    PLAY/WRITE

    CUE

    CUE

    PLAY/PAUSE

    RC Expansion jack

    Channel Fader Start

    MODE

    Crossfader Start

    CUE
    PRESET

    PRESET

    REMOTE CONTROL UNIT RC-46

    OPEN/CLOSE

    1

    TOTAL REMAIN ELAPSED

    GO

    LOOP

    LOOP

    D.OUT FULL LOCK

    DATA MASTER
    STOP

    TIME

    NEXT TR.

    PITCH BEND

    B

    ND

    SEARCH

    CONT./SINGLE

    SAMP RVS
    DIGI-S
    EFFECT

    PROGRAM
    A

    EFFECT

    MEMO PROG.

    BRAKE PLAT-S PLAT-H

    f

    A1 B
    EXIT
    A2 B

    LOOP

    CONT. SINGLE REPEAT

    2

    KEY

    GO

    LOOP

    LOOP

    D.OUT FULL LOCK

    END MON.

    DIGI-S

    START

    BE

    MEMO PROG.

    BRAKE PLAT-S PLAT-H

    TIME

    NEXT TR.

    KEY

    1
    CONT./SINGLE

    Turn on the Ch. fader start switch.

    OPEN/CLOSE

    1

    CD1
    Output jack

    2

    2

    CD2
    Output jack

    POWER

    CH FADER START

    1
    ON

    ON

    Move the source input fader (Ch.
    fader) of CH-1 or CH-2 control all
    the way to the bottom.

    NOTE:
    Use the analog inputs/outputs when the DN-2600F and the DN-2100F are moved by X-EFFECT.

    Using the Crossfader Assign A B switches, select
    the channel (CH-1 or CH-2) that the CD player is
    connected.

    2

    Press the Crossfader Start A, B buttons of the
    channel connected to the CD player to be controlled.

    OFF

    DN-2600F

    OFF

    1

    CH FADER START

    Slide the Crossfader all the way in direction opposite
    the source you want to start. ( In the following
    example, startup is done with the CD player
    connected to CH-1 set to Assign A. )

    10
    8

    2

    (1) Selecting the mode

    6
    4

    Sampler (DN-2600F)

    Hot Start (DN-2100F and DN-2600F)

    3

    2
    0

    X

    1

    The sound for the Sampler is recorded with the
    DN-2600F.
    • When the sound is recorded, the adjacent green
    indicator lights.

    1

    1

    Press the H/S 1, 2 button.

    Press the SAMP. button.

    2

    SAMP.

    Flashing

    2

    3

    OFF

    Set the Hot Start 1 and/or 2 point of the CD player.
    • When set the Hot Start point, the adjacent orange
    indicator lights.

    2

    When you want to start the
    player, move up the source input
    fader (Ch. fader) and the CD
    player will begin playing.

    3

    CH FADER START

    Flashing

    A

    B

    10
    8
    6

    4

    4

    H/S 1

    4

    ASSIGN A

    Use the Crossfader Contour control to control the
    cross fader startup curve.
    When the Crossfader is slid in the opposite direction
    as in “3”, CD player will begin.

    2
    0

    5
    Hot Start Brake Platter (DN-2100F and DN-2600F)
    Press the H/S BRAKE button, and the adjacent
    orange indicator lights.

    1

    H/S
    BRAKE

    Lit

    8

    The function for the Brake stop is done by using
    Crossfader and source input fader. (Ch. fader) Ch Fader
    must be set and left in the up position.

    NOTES:
    • Channels selected with the Crossfader Assign A, B
    switches and the Crossfader Start A, B buttons cannot
    be started with the source input fader (Ch. fader).
    • Ch. Fader Start and Cross Fader Start for the same
    source will not operate simultaneously. You must select
    from either one. If both Ch. Fader and Cross Fader
    switches are ON, priority will be the cross fader.

    X

    1

    2

    3

    OFF

    4

    ASSIGN A

    A

    B



  • Page 9

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