Beta users special price

hello, can beta users get a special price on denon hardware?

I want to buy Laidback Luke’s blanket … and get another photo taken of the same place as before lol :stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes:

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-----Laid who?

PLaidback…

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How would you be a beta tester without having bought, and used for a long time, the equipment first?

Or do you mean, if you beta test what equipments you already have, and make enough valuable and detailed contributions, then you can be allowed to buy other Denon DJ gears after the tests completely?

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Do you mean then to allowed to buy other denon dj gear at a reduced price?

I agree with that idea (of course) but wouldn’t that make denon dj dealers unhappy as some of those beta testers would have probably bought new gear through those dealers - so lost sales if denon dj started to sell discounted and direct to us users

Folks, It’s a public beta. This means anyone is allowed to download it and try it out. We don’t even track who has downloaded it and who hasn’t. The purpose of this is to give people the opportunity to try things out early and to contribute feedback to help shape the new features. The benefit and reward for contributing to a public beta is that the new firmware is better for everyone as a result of our users’ feedback.

In addition to what’s been said above, giving a discount to all “public beta members” would also not be fair to the people who had spent time and effort testing and giving feedback because we would be giving discounts out to people who haven’t contributed any feedback at all.

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That good point was already isolated above. Like only people who contribute good valid detailed and quantity of beta reporting. Not to give discount people who just reply with “it didn’t work well” coz that lack of detail doesn’t help you

This particular topic is what is called “looking the gift horse in the mouth”. Denon are being kind enough to share public beta firmware with everyone. Most companies choose dedicated people to do the testing for them without anyone else knowing about it. As AIRVince has already said “The benefit and reward for contributing to a public beta is that the new firmware is better for everyone as a result of our users’ feedback” - Basically asking for discounts for getting to participate in what is normally a very closed circle is just being plain greedy!