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DN-C640 Rack Mountable CD Player

DN-C640 Rack Mountable CD Player

The DN-C640 from Denon is a rack mountable CD player designed for professional use in installed applications. This slot-loading player can play audio files from a CD or data DVD and supports multiple types of discs and audio formats. It offers great connectivity options, with balanced and unbalanced analog outputs, and S/PDIF and AES/EBU digital outputs. All of the playback functions you'd expect to find in a professional CD player are here, including program, random, and repeat modes, as well...

Denon DNC615 Rackmount CD Player with Digital Output

Denon DNC615 Rackmount CD Player with Digital Output

This is a full-featured, rackmountable CD player with MP3 playback, programmable playback, unique playback capabilities, analog and digital outputs (coaxial) and a wide +/-12% pitch control. If you record CDs to cassette, you'll love Auto Edit. This function automatically divides the total recorded time on the disc in half and rearranges the tracks so that they fit neatly onto the A and B sides of an audiocassette. Playback features include A-B Repeat, Auto Space and Auto Edit. Auto Space...

Denon DN-C635

Denon DN-C635

The DN-C635 is a professional CD player housed in a single 2RU rack-mount chassis that offers CD-R/RW playback compatibility as well as MP3 decoding. Balanced XLR outputs along with unbalanced connections on RCA phono jacks allows for installation in a wide variety of situations. Various play and finish modes are available. The DN-C635 includes the ability to vary pitch by up to ±12% of playback speed using a dedicated front-panel long-stroke sliding fader that adjusts the speed by 0.1%...



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