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Denon DJ MC4000 | Premium 2-Channel DJ Controller with Serato DJ Intro download (24-bit / 48 kHz)
- Premium 2-Deck controller built for working mobile DJs
- Pro-grade steel construction ensures long-term durability
- Includes Serato DJ Intro; user-upgradeable to Serato DJ
- USB connection to computer, two mic inputs with separate EQs, RCA aux input for external device
- Balanced main and booth outputs, mono and stereo modes
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Serato DJ Intro Included!
The MC4000 includes Serato DJ Intro and is user-upgradable to full Serato DJ. You are ready to start Djing right out of the box!
- Windows: 7, 8, 8.1,10 - After driver install
- Mac OS X: 10.8, 10.9, 10.10, 10.11 - Does not require driver install
Premium controller ready for pro work
With a sleek new design and inviting appearance, the MC4000 continues Denon DJ’s reputation for innovative features, portability, dependability, and sound quality.
This controller's robust steel chassis is ready for the transportation demands of a mobile DJ, with the basic inputs, outputs, and mixing capability built-in to reduce needs for additional equipment when setting up.
The MC4000 includes Serato DJ Intro and is user-upgradable to full Serato DJ. It’s also compatible with Traktor 2, Algoriddim djay Pro and Virtual DJ 8, as well as any other DJ application that supports MIDI mapping.
- Premium 2-Deck controller for Serato
- 24 bit 44.1/48 kHz Sampling Rate
Control the Action
The MC4000 is a Serato DJ controller for the professional entertainer, wrapping in-demand audio manipulation tools in a robust steel chassis for rugged durability. Access touch-activated jog wheels and dedicated hot cue and sample pads for on-the-fly creativity.
Get the Job Done
Denon DJ puts an emphasis on usability, so working DJs get all the features you need, located and spaced for optimum workflow. Built to mix and perform in varied settings, there's no confusing, dense multi-functionality hiding beneath each pad.
This two-deck controller includes a premium 24-bit audio output path for noticeably clearer mixes. Dual microphone inputs are complimented by a studio-grade echo effect and a 'ducking' feature to move vocals to the top of the mix without riding faders.
- USB Cable
- Power Adapter
- Software Download Card
- Serato DJ Voucher Card
- User Guide
- Safety & Warranty Manual
–Jog Wheels: Touch-activated for accurate scratching and track cueing.
–Dedicated Pads: Hot Cue and sample trigger pads with illuminated feedback.
–Faders: Long-throw 100 millimeter pitch faders.
–Control Knobs: Dedicated EQ and FX controls on each channel.
–Balanced Outputs: Booth outputs for local monitor speakers, with independent level control.
–Aux Input: RCA auxiliary input for external device mixing.
–Robust Build: Pro-grade steel construction ensures long-term durability.
|Denon DJ MC4000||Denon DJ MC6000 MK2||Denon DJ MCX8000|
|Channels||2 channels||4 channels||4 channels|
|Mic Input||(2) Balanced mic inputs with 2-band EQ||2 Mic Inputs (XLR & 1/4 TRS)||2 balanced (1) XLR, (1) 1/4" microphone inputs|
|Booth Output||(2) 1/4" outputs (booth left/right)||(2) XLR outputs (booth left/right, balanced)||(2) XLR outputs (booth left/right, balanced)|
|Audio Outputs||(2) XLR outputs, (1) RCA stereo output||(2) XLR outputs, (1) RCA stereo output||(2) XLR outputs, (1) RCA stereo output|
|Headphone Outputs||(1) 1/4" stereo headphone output (1) 1/8" stereo headphone output||(1) 1/4” stereo output (headphones) (1) 1/8” stereo output (headphones)||(1) 1/4” stereo output (headphones) (1) 1/8” stereo output (headphones)|
|Built-In FX||Ducking, and Echo effect||Ducking, and Echo effect||Echo, Phaser and Noise|
|Included software||Serato DJ Intro||Serato DJ||Engine/Serato DJ|
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Denon DJ’s MC4000 is a 2-deck Serato DJ controller for the professional entertainer wrapping in-demand audio manipulation tools in a robust steel chassis for rugged durability. In addition to precision touch-activated jog wheels, performers get access to dedicated hot cue and sample pads for on-the-fly creativity.
Long-throw 100mm pitch faders and an intuitive control layout deliver natural operation when balancing complex set elements. A particularly useful feature—and virtually unheard of at the MC4000’s modest price point—is Balanced Booth Outputs, which feeds the program signal to a set of local monitor speakers near the DJ, with the ability to adjust the Booth level independent of the main level.
The MC4000 includes Serato DJ Intro and is user-upgradable to full Serato DJ. It’s also compatible with Traktor 2, Algoriddim djay Pro and Virtual DJ 8, as well as any other DJ application that supports MIDI mapping. This enables the DJ to use their use their favorite programs and customize their performance according to their personal style and the requirements of the situation.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is the MC4000 class complaint? Do I need to install a driver?
The MC400 is a class-compliant device on a Mac. Drivers are available for Windows PCs for the most optimal performance.
Is Serato DVS supported with the MC4000?
The MC4000 has 2 channels. For DVS functionality, additional channels are required, so DVS is not a supported function.
Pad Mode is not working for me, why?
Most likely you are using Serato DJ Intro. Pad Mode will only work in the full version of Serato DJ.
What DJ software will the MC4000 work with?
- Serato DJ 1.7.8 and later (15 day trial until your purchase the software with 50% discount voucher card)
- Serato DJ Intro 1.2.6 and later
- Virtual DJ 8
- Traktor Pro 2.9.
Is the crossfader user replaceable?
The crossfader is not user replaceable. If the crossfader requires service, we recommend contacting Denon DJ Technical Support for assistance.
What type of built-in sound card does the MC4000 have?
MC4000 has a built-in professional grade 24bit USB 2.0 audio interface. This unit has been tested on USB 3.0 with no issues.
Are the drum pads velocity sensitive?
The pads are On/Off only and are not velocity sensitive.
I am unable to hear myself on my headphones while I am talking on the microphone, why is that?
The MIC 1 and MIC 2 inputs as well as the AUX input are THRU directly to the MASTER OUT and will not play out of your headphones.
Can I use the MIC 1, MIC 2, and AUX inputs if the MC4000 is not connected to a computer?
Yes! The MIC 1, MIC 2, and AUX inputs are THRU to the MASTER OUT. This means that you can use all three inputs without the unit being connected to a computer/laptop.
Further Technical Support
Whether you are a customer or dealer, if you already own a Denon DJ product, or if you just have pre-sales questions, the Denon DJ technical support team is available to help!
Visit the link below to connect with any of the following support options: online community support, phone support, email support.
- USB Audio / MIDI Interface: USB 2.0 (full-speed), 12 Mbps
- Sampling Rate:
- 1, 48 kHz (0 channels in, 4 channels out)
- Bit Depth: 24 bit
- Frequency Response: 20 Hz – 20,000 Hz (+1.0 dB)
- Dynamic Range:
- Digital-to-Analog Converter: > 112 dB (A-weighted)
- Total: > 105 dB (A-weighted)
- Signal-to-Noise Ratio: > 88 dB, A-weighted
- Aux Input: > 17 dB
- Mic Input: > 20 dB
- Outputs: > 20 dB
- THD+N: < 0.01% (1 kHz at unity)
- Channel Separation: < -80 dB (1 kHz at unity)
- (2) XLR outputs (master left/right, balanced)
- (2) RCA outputs (master left/right, unbalanced)
- (2) 1/4” (6.35 mm) outputs (booth left/right)
- (1) 1/4” (6.35 mm) stereo headphone output
- (1) 1/8” (3.5 mm) stereo headphone output
- (2) RCA inputs (aux left/right, unbalanced)
- (1) XLR+1/4” (6.35 mm) microphone input
- (1) 1/4” (6.35 mm) microphone input
- (1) USB port
- (1) power adapter input
- Analog Input
- Microphone: -60 dBu (min), -40 dBu (unity)
- Aux: +17 dBV (max), 0 dBV (unity)
- Analog Output:
- Master (XLR): +24 dBu (max), +4 dBu (unity)
- Master (RCA): +19 dBu (max), 0 dBu (unity)
- Booth: +24 dBu (max), +4 dBu (unity)
- Headphone: > 100 mW at 40 Ω
- Mic Input:
- Equivalent Input Noise: < -116 dBu (Rs = 150 Ω, DIN)
- Common Mode Rejection Ratio: > 75 dB
- Mic Effects:
- Talkover: -20 dB attenuation, 40 ms attack time, 250 ms hold time, 100 ms release time
- Echo: 199 ms rate, -6 dB feedback, -∞ to 0 dB range (-9 dB center)
- EQ: +15 dB high band (1 kHz cutoff), +15 dB low band (1 kHz cutoff)
- Operation Conditions
- Temperature 41–95 °F, 5–35 °C
- Humidity 25–85% (non-condensing)
- Power Adapter: 5 V DC, 3 A, center-positive
- Input Voltage: 110–230 VAC, 50/60 Hz
- Consumption: 9.5 W
- Size: 19.9” x 12.3” x 2.7”
- Weight: 8.95 lbs
- USB Cable
- Power Adapter
- Software Download Card
- Serato DJ Voucher Card
- User Guide
- Safety & Warranty Manual
Top Customer Reviews
ORIGINAL REVIEW: The subject line tells the rating's story for this Denon MC4000 review. For perspective: I'm a dj-hobbyist and Traktor Pro user, who occasionally has a paid gigs and came to party/event dj'ing as a result of loving both computers and music, not from being a musician or having a music education. I've enjoyed learning song/beat structure as part of beat-mixing. As a Traktor user, the most relevant comparison to the MC4000 would be the Traktor S2 Mk2, which, like the MC4000, retails for around $399. I was fortunate to pick up the MC4000 for $239 on Amazon as part of a Black Friday/Prime promotion, which I'm quite happy about.
Some of MC4000's advantages vs. S2 Mk2: #1) Build-quality: mostly metal body vs. a durable plastic body that has some "smudgy" surfaces; #2) Can access hot cue buttons 5-8 vs. not accessible; #3) Longer throw tempo faders with a middle detent vs. shorter with no detent; #4) More substantial (resistance) feeling channel faders vs. less-resistant feeling faders (personal preference); #5) More consistent feeling crossfader vs. slightly cheaper feeling crossfader (personal preference); #6) Dedicated channel pitch adjustment buttons vs. none; #7) Two (2) mic inputs with 2-band tone controls and talk-over vs. one (1) mic input with no tone controls/talkover; #8) Two (2) balanced XLR and TRS outs vs. TRS only (both machines have unbalanced RCA outs); #9) Aux-in (does not require computer) vs. no aux-in; #10) Separate, simple sampler section and slicer (alliteration, anyone?) function vs. more robust/complicated Traktor mix-deck implementation (personal preference); #11) Separate gain and filter (encoder) knobs vs. single, shift-switchable knobs.
Some of the S2 Mk2's advantages vs. MC4000: #1) Better (more intuitive) loop implementation using two (2) encoder/button knobs and regular buttons vs. regular buttons only; #2) Encoder/button gain and (shift-accessed) filter knobs that push-resets to null vs. basic encoder knob only. #3) Overall, more robust-feeling encoder knobs; #4) Library-browser encoder/button toggles between full and normal-browser view when pushed vs. toggling between library folder-scroll activation and song-scroll activation (but can be modified via Traktor midi-programming).
Both the Denon MC4000 and Traktor S2 Mk2 are good machines for the money. While intuitive for a Traktor user, the S2 Mk2 lacks the features of an MC4000 that a working/aspiring mobile dj, who doesn't want to carry a separate field-mixer, would likely appreciate. If you're more of a pure hobbyist (bedroom) dj, who likes Traktor and doesn't much care about midi-programming, then the S2 Mk2 might be for you. If you're just starting out and haven't committed to a dj software package, it's no contest -- you want the MC4000 for its compatibility with Serato DJ (native), Virtual DJ 8, Algoriddim Djay Pro and Traktor Pro to learn on. Overall, I give the nod to the Denon MC4000 for its general build and versatility vs. the S2 Mk2's intuitiveness using Traktor.
You can easily Google online to find that the MC4000 has the best build quality of the low/mid-range controllers. Beyond that, there are several features that the MC4000 has that make it stand out. First off, the 100mm pitch fader not only gives you a feel closer to a CDJ or technics 1200, but it gives you more resolution and room to work with when you decide to go to 16% or higher settings. Second, there are three knobs for fx (plus a beat knob), that allows you to either active/control three separate fx’s at once, or have all 3 knobs to control the various settings of just one fx. Third, there are separate loop controls so you don’t have to switch the performance pad settings to control loops. Finally, there are separate sampler buttons in the middle of the unit. Not only is it more convenient for them to be separate from the performance pad section, but the extra buttons can be remap to quickly perform other tasks.
You do sacrifice a few features that are present in the Pioneer units. The MC4000 is a pure 2-channel unit, while the DDJ-SB2 has some sort of a 4 channel control, though it’s very very limited without an actual 4 channel mixer. There is also no slicer mode in the performance pad section, which controllerists are going to want. However, if you’re really looking for controllerist features, you’ll definitely want to step up to a Pioneer DDJ-SR or RR.
I’m writing this review because I’m surprised that the MC4000 is rarely mentioned in the budget controller discussion. For $100-$150 more than the other units, you’re getting something that won’t leave you wanting for quite some time. Denon made great decisions in providing the most essential features while skipping out on the more gimmicky functions. I think if you’re going to start somewhere when buying a controller, the Denon MC4000 is definitely worth the step up in price.
Make sure to update when you get your MC4000. Otherwise it won't work. Make sure also that the half price vacher select befor check out. As of right now, 2|2|16 the Serato is $99, withe the discount of 50% the final price will be about 49.50. Great deal! Get the Serat dj. The Intro SUCKS!
Had some problem with switching from folders to songs... but it works when the desire folders are in the CRATE area. To select a song press down on the search knob.
I have a 14'' inch Toshiba laptop and the modules are not big (how do I expand that?) but I got the lettering to be a bigger font by going to the set up tab.
Anyway, just practicing now for the weekend club party. Buy it. It's great, not all those over cramp expensive controller.
[pic is form my set-up at home.] [that's the Pyle PLPTS55 - Portable, Folding Tabletop DJ stand,BEHRINGER HPX6000, Logitech Zone Touch Mouse T400 - black]
Since I work with powered speakers, this controller will allow you to connect directly to them and even included an additional output for monitor.
TL;DR perfect for mobile DJ business!