Price Increase went into effect today


#1

The price is back up to normal on the Prime Series players. Denon is about to make bank! :slight_smile: I for one am excited to see this product start taking over.


#2

glad I jumped on the sale


#3

They’re still on sale everywhere I can see.


#4

I was looking at Zzounds. They do price match, so things are about to get interesting. :-p


#5

Inmusic has extended the sale for two more weeks! Sooooooo right before NAMM! Ha! I think NAMM is gonna be very interesting! : )))))


#6

Agree and i really hope we see a new update for the end of January


#7

I have no idea if I should buy a second sc5000 now or wait to see what happens at the end of January…I also just saw that photo of a newly purchased Denon sc5000 with the Bluetooth sticker on it…not sure what that even really means, if anything at all. Existential Prime(al) angst.


#8

Well they all have the Bluetooth chips already so I bet the firmware update announced (most likely) at NAMM will reveal more. :slight_smile:

But it would seem silly to wait. After Jan 15th the prices WILL go back up!

Heck I wish I could afford to buy a third - these prices are so good!


#9

Someone needs to make a proper six channel DJ mixer (maybe even Denon since buying 3 players = 6 possible channels) - that isn’t the A&H Model 1.


#10

Have you tried the Xone:96?


#11

I was super super excited for it and was close to selling my nxs2 so i could get it but then realized the 2 extra channels aren’t actually full fledged ‘channels’ for line/phono inputs.


#12

This is what the world really needs (6 channels + 2 individual cue modules).


#13

They still have their low price in Europe.

This confirms even more for me that something is coming at NAMM.


#14

You can use the MP2015 as a five channel.

I’m fine with three channels, I just need routing flexibility.


#15

Not the same price …