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Denon DNC615 Pro Rack Mount CD Player with Digital Output

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  • MP3, CD-R and CD-RW playback compatibility make it well suited for a variety of applications!
  • MP3 Playback: Folder / Title search. Shock Proof Memory (approx. 10 sec.). Power On Play.
  • Repeat mode (Single Track/All tracks/Program & Random Repeat). Random mode.
  • Playback Mode: Single/Continuous (Preset Selectable). Auto Cue (Preset Selectable). CD Text.
  • Program Play: Max. 99 tracks. Coaxial RCA Digital Output (SPDIF). Headphone output.

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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 7.8 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0002MQJJM
  • Item model number: DEN DNC615
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #59,739 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 30, 2004

Product Description

Product Description

Denon's DNC-615 CD Player delivers professional features in a cost effective 2-space rack unit. MP3, CD-R and CD-RW playback compatibility make it well suited for a variety of applications.

Features

    +/- 12% Pitch Control Instant Start Direct Track Select Buttons CD Text Auto Cue (Preset Selectable) Playback Mode: Single/Continuous (Preset Selectable) Elapsed / Remaining Time User Preset Functions (22 items) Wired Remote Control terminal
      Stereo Mini jack Synchro Recording to the DN-780R via RCA In/Out (Phillips RC5 compatable)
    MP3 Playback: Folder / Title search Shock Proof Memory (approx. 10 sec.) Power On Play Repeat mode (Single Track/All tracks/Program Random Repeat) Random mode Program Play: Max. 99 tracks - A (11 keys including 0/Clear) 10-key pad is provided for direct track selection or to enter up to 99 tracks for programmed playback. Frame Search (75 Frames Per Second) Coaxial RCA Digital Output (SPDIF) Headphone output
Specifications
    Audio Channel: 2 stereo channel Digital Filter: 8-times Oversampling Digital filter Frequency Response: 20 Hz - 20 kHz Total Harmonic Distortion: 0.007% S/N Ratio: 107 dB (A weighted) Channel Separation: 90 dB or more Sampling Frequency: 44.1 kHz (at Normal Pitch) Analog Outputs (1 kHz, 0 dB playback): Output level 2.0 Vrms, 10 kohms Digital Output - Transfer and Connector Coaxial (RCA) - Signal Format IEC-958 Type II (SPDIF) Power Supply: AC120V, 60 Hz Power Consumption: 13W Weight: 4.7 kg, 10.4 lbs

From the Manufacturer

Denon

DN-C615 Pro CD Player

Denon DN-C615 Key Features:

  • CD-R/RW playback compatibility
  • Instant start
  • Direct track select buttons
  • CD-Text
  • Auto cue

The DN-C615 offers users all the benefits of a professional-quality single-tray CD player at a very economical price. With up to 99 tracks of program play, the DN-C615 offers a wide range of valuable features, including pitch control and MP3 playback capabilities. The DN-C615 is the ideal solution for schools, churches, small radio stations, and similar venues looking for a high-quality yet affordable CD/MP3 player.

Specifications

Audio Channel: 2 stereo channel
Digital Filter: 8-times oversampling digital filter
Frequency Response: 20 Hz - 20 kHz
Total Harmonic Distortion: 0.007%
S/N Ratio: 107 dB (A weighted)
Channel Separation: 90 dB or more
Sampling Frequency: 44.1 kHz (at normal pitch)
Analog Outputs: (1 kHz, 0 dB playback)
Output Level: 2.0 Vrms, 10 kohms
Digital Output
Transfer and Connector: Coaxial (RCA)
Signal Format: IEC-958 type II (SPDIF)
Power Supply: AC120V, 60 Hz
Power Consumption: 13W
Dimensions: 482 (W) x 88 (H) x 280 (D) mm; 19.0 (W) x 3.5 (H) x 11.0 (D) inch (2 rack units, removable rack ears)
Weight: 4.7 kg, 10.4 lbs

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Denon/Marantz make some pretty good stuff.
R. Krauss
Others have come, gone pfsst, and gone bye bye while this one remains.
Stephen Theaker
It sounds great and is very rugged, perfect for our use.
Bruce M.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

40 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Bob Crispen on June 22, 2005
A review on Amazon of another CD player, the Teac CD-P1250, said that it was the only single-disc CD player on the market. Nope, there's two. Well, one and a half anyway.

The Denon DN-C615 isn't exactly consumer gear, but it isn't exactly pro gear, either. It's got rack ears and pitch adjustment, and it's set up for a wired remote and output cascading, but the outputs are unbalanced RCA plus SPDIF. It has auto cuing and audible manual cuing within a track, but doesn't allow you to save cue points. So I think "semi-pro" is a pretty good description.

It's aimed at DJs, community radio stations, and sound reinforcement applications, and it wouldn't be out of place in a small studio for applications like sampling. And, what matters to my family, it drops right in to a home stereo system, so long as your cabinet can manage the rack ears (which don't look like they're removable except with a hacksaw).

The sound (even before break-in) is typical Denon: clear and airy, with both good definition and satisfactory thump in the bass, free of noticeable spurious harmonics. The controls and displays are easy to use and understand and don't have any immediately obvious ergonomic problems or bugs. It plays CD-Rs fine, both audio CD-Rs and MP3 CDs, and it allegedly plays CD-RWs, but I probably won't find out because CD-RWs and my computers don't get along.

MP3 files sound as good on the DN-C615 as I've ever heard them. You don't need to burn a special MP3 CD: it'll take plain data CDs with MP3 files on them and even lets you navigate through folders. But if you do give it a disc that's been burned as an MP3 CD, it'll run the playlist in order, which is a big improvement over my DVD player which plays MP3 files in some strange order I have yet to figure out.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Stephen Theaker on August 31, 2007
I am not an audiophile but merely a lowly radio show host. I have been using this cd player at wwuh 91.3fm at the University of Hartford for the past year and have nothing but good to say about it. We use three cd players in our air studio and this one has withstood the test of time. Others have come, gone pfsst, and gone bye bye while this one remains. It is easy to use and functions flawlessly. We broadcast 24/7 so the equipment gets used relentlessly and sometimes ruthlessly. If you can tolerate a single cd player this one is great. The only flaw I find is the lag time between pushing play and getting output signal but I think that relates more to its integration to our control board rather than it being an idiosyncrasy of the unit.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Gregory C. Benoit on October 19, 2011
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The sound quality on this Denon upholds the company's long-standing history of crystal-clear reproduction. I'd had my first CD player--an old Denon--for approximately 30 years, and had been nursing it along until it would no longer play a CD. I did this because I'd heard other brands over the years, name brands that had muddy or anemic sound quality, and I knew that I would be disappointed to downgrade from concert-hall reproduction to anything less. I can't express how happy I am to have a unit that is, if anything, even clearer than my old Denon.

The other reason that I held off so long on this purchase was that I'd read numerous reviews of other Denon units, and those reviews were very bad. Evidently, other players in the Denon line are not high quality; I cannot say from experience, mind you, only from what other purchasers have said. But this one is not like those. It is hefty and solid, not lightweight like so many others I've tested over the years. It loads and plays CDs without a hitch (other models evidently do what my ancient model did: fail to read the CD, and then refuse to open the drawer and let it go). The sound quality, as I've already said, is everything that one expects from Denon.

There are a couple of things that a purchaser should know in advance, however. First, this is a single-CD unit, not a changer. If you want a carousel style, this isn't it. Second, it does not come with a remote control. However, the remote from my old Denon works with this one--and it's 30 years old! So there's a chance that the remote from your old unit might work on this one. (I believe there is a separate remote available.) Finally, the case itself is normal size, but it has the rack-mounting "ears" sticking out on the front at either side.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By c. bautista on October 25, 2008
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Kind of expensive just for a CD player, but this unit is well built, rack mountable, easy to use and, best of all, sounds great. I bought a previously well reviewed CD player from Amazon a couple of years ago and, while still being used, pales in comparison. The sound that comes out of the Denon is "warmer" but much more transparent than the older one. You hear more throughout the frequency range (perhaps, less distortion) with better spatial depth. The Denon is heavier, so I assume its heavier case and better power supply contribute to a better base for the mechanical and electronic innards. All of a sudden, the price is very reasonable.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By soundguy on October 29, 2010
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We've used Denon CD players in our Church and have never had a problem with them. This is an upgraded version of our old one, but the old one is still being used and works great. I would recommend.
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