Denon DJ PRIME 4 | 4 Deck Standalone Smart DJ Console / Serato DJ Controller with Built In 4 Channel Digital Mixer and 10-Inch Touchscreen
- Ditch The DJ Controller, Discover the Power of PRIME - Full-featured, ultra-portable 4 deck smart DJ console with 10-inch HD gesture controlled touchscreen powered by Denon DJ’s ENGINE OS
- Command any Venue – Dedicated XLR Zone output provides music to separate room; 2 dedicated XLR inputs for microphones with individual control; crisp 24-bit Denon DJ legacy audio
- Wireless Streaming - Stream everything from the freshest underground sounds to certified classics from streaming partners including TIDAL, SoundCloud Go Plus, Beatsource Link & Beatport LINK
- DJ Set Essentials – 6-inch jog wheels with HD displays; class-leading time-stretch and key-matching; analyze music files and Rekordbox collections direct from USB/SD; 8 performance pads per deck
- Feature Packed - Touch-capacitive jog wheels; dual function sweep FX and filter; integrated digital DJ mixer; StagelinQ connection for Event/Pro DJ lighting and video control
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Introducing PRIME 4 - For Every DJ You’ll Ever Be
Command every gig, audience, genre, event and location! With 4-deck hardware control, a metal chassis, legendary Denon DJ pristine audio quality, WiFi streaming capability and advanced touchscreen workflow, you’re all set to handle any DJ set, anywhere, anytime.
The Ultimate Serato DJ Controller
With PRIME 4, connect and unlock the power of Serato DJ Pro, for free! Sideline the laptop and navigate your Serato music library; view waveforms and select decks via PRIME 4’s 10.1” Touchscreen; control and sculpt powerful Serato DJ Pro FX directly from PRIME 4 and add multi-function performance pads to further spice up the mix.
For Every DJ You’ll Ever Be
Command every gig, audience, genre, event and location! The multicore processor powered PRIME 4 makes your entire music collection available, with no laptop needed, transparently connecting you into your performance. With PRIME 4, everything the modern mobile DJ demands is here: touch, move and orchestrate your digital music with the DJ world’s most advanced, multi-gesture 10-inch touchscreen; create the centerpiece of your performance with a multi-input, 4-channel digital DJ mixer; entertain two separate audiences – rock the dancefloor in one room and Zone output to a different location simultaneously; access and play your tracks, fully standalone, from literally unlimited sized music collections and media sources; multicore processor powered, gig ready, rugged metal chassis and renowned Denon DJ pristine audio quality. Plus, with Wifi Streaming capability, 4-deck hardware control, and complete Serato DJ integration, PRIME 4’s forward thinking specification guarantees you’re set to handle any DJ set, anywhere, anytime.
Reviewed in the United States on June 7, 2020
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With that said on with the review. There is almost nothing I do not like about this player. If I had to make my dream player then all I would add honestly is 9in platters as they had back in the 3900 series that were motorized. for those very rare occasions such as weddings, I would also make the zone output have an auto mix function that sounds more than just a typical iPod and sounds as if someone could actually be blending the tracks together. Lastly, I really miss having a FX selector knob that has stops/detents. If I know I use reverb and echo the most I can just reach down and move the knob to the next detent rather than have to watch the screen to see when the desired FX are finally selected.
Other than these points which are purely me thinking up what my dream equipment would look like, there is nothing else I can think of off the top of my head that I would change about this setup. given that the closest piece of equipment out there to this is the pioneer xdj rx2, and having owned that as well I can say that for the exact same price and often much cheaper given Denons frequent sales, you get much more for your dollar. Let me list just a few of my favorite things that this includes that I have not found on the Pioneer nor just about any other piece of stand-alone hardware.
-2 fx units
- more comprehensive list of FX
-adjustable FX parameters such as frequency
- ability to sync with software such as Resolume and SoundSwitch to make a tightly integrated show with lighting and visuals.
-2 mics with EQ and dedicated echos
-customizable displays within the jogwheels
-4 deck support
-tons of connection options including 4 USB ports, SD slot and a bay to install a SSD.
-split cue for headphones
-oversized plastic cue/play buttons
-very usable "beat jump" buttons
-"pitch bend" buttons
-dedicated beatgrid adjust buttons
-quick swappable crossfader. (I had to completely dismantle and swap the crossfader TWICE in my RX controllers. Easily a hour+ job)
-key sync control
-LED for zero pitch position
-XLR booth output
-create playlists on the fly from the unit.
-can read songs/crates/metadata from other DJ softwares
-integrated WIFI card
- DJ streaming services like Tidal
-very bright LED screen
- tiltable LED screen
-multitouch LED screen
-pressure sensitive platter vs touch sensitive (stop accidental brushing against platter where it stops the record)
-more dynamic looping functions
-super customizable, everything from talkover attenuation levels and defining your EQ frequency crossover points to adding custom logos to the decks and determining hot cue behavior.
-create a tag list of tracks to play later from the unit itself or the Engine software and take your USB with USB with you to perform another time. Pioneer only has momentary playlists that are lost when you disconnect the card or power cycle the players requiring you to make playlists.
You can truly personalize this way beyond the Pioneer flagship equipment or XDJ series.
I know I have left out lots of other possible benefits and additions this player has over Pioneer, but it has left a huge gap of R&D for the industry standard Pioneer along with other manufacturers to play catch-up with. Definitely don't hesitate on this one if you have the budget
I'm switching from using Serato DJ Pro, and I don't yet find the display layout to be easy to understand at a glance while in the middle of a set (but I'm sure it will become easier with use). Not to say that it's hard to use... I was able to jump right in without reading anything. Most of the information you need is there, it just doesn't all jump out as well as it does in Serato. The display itself is beautiful and smooth, and navigating things is fairly intuitive. Browsing a large collection may be challenging, and so I hope they consider writing a companion app or display support to decouple the library/load functions from the DJ functions. :)
It's absolutely worthwhile to go and and get a 1TB SSD to put into the unit! If you're using windows you'll need to initialize the disk using Disk Manager (MBR, not GPT!) before you'll be able to format it (as exFAT, not NTFS!) and use it. The user interface on Engine Prime (the PC software used to prep/manage your library) is pretty unintuitive, but the software itself is pretty fast at analyzing tracks and so far does a reasonably good job. If you have a super nested folder structure (like one might find his remix collection organized) then it will be pretty difficult to import (as you have to import one folder at a time).
All in all, this is a godsend for anyone who does club or mobile gigs. Go ahead and get it, you won't be disappointed.