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Denon DJ - MC-6000 MKII - Layout

Front Panel





  1. PHONES SOCKET. Connect your 1/4" headphones to this output for cueing and mix monitoring.

  2. MONITOR LEVEL. Adjusts the volume level of the headphone output. Hardware operation, movement not visible on the VirtualDJ GUI

  3. MONITOR PAN: Turn to mix between Cue and Master in the Headphone channel. When all the way to the left, only channels routed to Cue will be heard. When all the way to the right, only the Master Output will be heard. Hardware operation, movement not visible on the VirtualDJ GUI

  4. MONITOR SPLIT. When this switch is in the ON position, the headphone audio will be "split" such that all channels sent to Cue are mixed to mono and applied to the left headphone channel and the Master Output is mixed to mono and applied to the right channel. When the switch is in the OFF position, Cue and Master Output audio will be "blended" together.

  5. MIC1 EQ. Adjust the Low (Bass), Mid (Middle) and High (Treble) frequencies of the Microphone Input 1. Hardware operation, movement not visible on the VirtualDJ GUI

  6. MIC2 EQ. Adjust the Low (Bass), Mid (Middle) and High (Treble) frequencies of the Microphone Input 2. Hardware operation, movement not visible on the VirtualDJ GUI

  7. MIC ECHO LEVEL. Adjust the strength of the applied Echo Effect on both Microphone Inputs (if the ECHO is enabled from the MIC ECHO buttons (49)).

  8. X-FADER CH LEFT ASSIGN. Routes the audio playing on the corresponding channel 1 or 3 to either side of the crossfader (A or B), or bypasses the crossfader and sends the audio directly to the Master Output (center, THRU)..

  9. XFADER CURVE. Adjusts the slope of the crossfader curve. Turn the knob to the left for a smooth fade (mixing) or to the right for a sharp cut (scratching). The center position is a typical setting for club performances.

  10. X-FADER CH RIGHT ASSIGN. Routes the audio playing on the corresponding channel 2 or 4 to either side of the crossfader (A or B), or bypasses the crossfader and sends the audio directly to the Program Mix (center, THRU).

Rear panel