Behringer BCD2000 Ships Soon

DJs can get busy with audio control      01/06/05

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Behringer BCD2000 Ships Soon


Behringer are still hurtling towards the “Most Products Ever� goal after showing 78 new products at NAMM and MESSE. The B-Control Deejay BCD2000 will play, mix and scratch WAV files, mp3's, CD's and vinyl records-no time code records needed. I'm really not sure how that will work as far as scratching vinyl records, but the B-Control DeeJay BCD2000 does a fine job of playing and scratching the WAV files that were loaded into it for demo purposes. It integrates via the USB audio interface to the host computer. The B-Control DeeJay BCD2000 features a four channel USB audio interface plus 24/96 Ad and DA converters. It also has a mic preamp, 3-band eq kill per channel, crossfader, and talkover function. Other features include two scratch wheels, 2 phono preamps, one switchable to CD player, a headphone section, and dedicated controls for play, pause, cue, loop and pitch bend functions. Features:
  • Play, mix and scratch any MP3 and WAV files, CDs and vinyl records (no time code records needed)
  • Full-speed USB 4-channel audio interface plus high resolution 24-bit A/D and D/A converters
  • 2 scratch wheels support creative DJing such as scratching, pitch bending and cue searching
  • Integrated and full-fledged audio mixer with premium quality mic preamp, 3-band kill EQ per channel, ultra-precise faders, super-smooth crossfader and talkover function
  • 2 state-of-the-art phono preamplifiers -- one switchable to CD player
  • Headphone section includes PFL Mix, Split options and direct listening to master output mix
  • Play, Pause, Cue, Loop and Pitch Bend functions via dedicated controls
  • 4 user-assignable controls and buttons available for integrated FX section
  • Easy analog-like control of software mixer functions such as volume and crossfader The BCD2000 MSRP: $199.99
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