A professional media player is a crucial piece of equipment in conference halls, classrooms, pubs and restaurants. These devices are designed to play multiple types of audio sources including CD, USB, and SD cards, so a teacher or presenter can simply connect their own storage device. Another advantage of this type of media player is that it's easy to mount in a 19-inch rack. Some players also offer other options like radio, an iPod dock, a cassette deck, Bluetooth connectivity, a mini-jack input, and network functionality.
Besides this, many of these professional media players include DJ-functions like pitch-control, a double CD player and jog-wheel for mixing. Most double CD players come in two parts: a loading unit for the CDs and a separate control unit. A DJ CD player is a specialized digital music player for DJing which often features large jog wheels to provide tactile control over the playback of audio. While most manufacturers originally designed their kit to play music from compact discs, many of today's DJ CD players play digital music files stored on USB flash drives or SD cards. A typical set up will see at least two DJ CD players connected to a DJ mixer. These music players don't need a computer to function, so they are perfect for DJs.
Although DJ technology has evolved far into digital realms, its origins of turntables and vinyl records are still very relevant today for DJs who favor a more traditional and analog approach. DJ turntables are the perfect way to perform with vinyl at your next concert or event. Easy to set-up and features high torque motors for steady platter speed, and fast start and stop times. There are two main types – with belt drive and direct drive. Direct drive turntables are often more expensive and preferential for demanding and professional uses, whereas belt-drive turntables may be a more cost effective way to get started as a DJ. A turntable alone is incapable of outputting sound without a supplementary device to receive the signal data. For traditional operation, it is necessary for a needle (housed in a cartridge) to be placed onto the surface of a rotating record, in order to play it. A second option known as DVS (digital vinyl system) also makes use of a cartridge but adds an audio interface and DJ software into the signal chain to convert analog information to digital data. So rather than playing regular analog records containing music, time code vinyls are used which contain a continuous tone that the software understands and responds to by playing music from a digital source. A third option known as PHASE, eradicates the need for a cartridge and tonearm entirely by using a wireless transmission device to play back music from DJ software. The wireless remotes capture the turntable's rotation information and send this to a receiver which will then processes this into a signal.
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You can buy players in our stores. It is also possible to place an order in the online shop. Delivery is carried out all over Ukraine. Thanks to the wide assortment, everyone will find a suitable product for themselves. You can always count on professional advice and assistance. We care about the quality of service and do everything we can to make sure you are satisfied with your purchase.