Then why are you trying to stir up trouble?
On your dns1200 the only piece of information that the player is trying to work out is the BPM, just a 3 digit number and a decimal place digit. Simple enough for any piece of gear from 1980 onwards to work out just from the audio in the anti-skip buffer.
The SC5000 isn’t just looking for a BPM number. It’s analysing 4 to 5 minutes worth of waveform data, the musical/harmony key of the music, the beat grid locations as well as the BPM.
If your DJing technique doesn’t allow for 5 or 6 seconds of analysing time then it’s time to enhance your DJing technique. That’s not meant in a “improve” way or in any way saying that you’re not good enuff, just suggesting that you build 6 seconds of spare time into some part of your evening to make use of the phenomenal computer power inside the decks.
Some pointers: A track can be analysed at home, or even during a long track that’s already playing an hour, couple of hours, 10 mins or 1 min before you need to load it and cue it to play it. Once you’ve analysed it, it’s done - you never have to do it again.
Every other player deck out there you’d have to either analyse the track through a laptop at home or just work with the track in an unanalysed state. You’ve still got that option or wait 6 seconds