Numark’s CDN450 is a highly reliable, dual-deck MP3/CD player for any DJ who needs a no-nonsense, multi-format player for professional use. This ultra-reliable MP3 and CD player is packed with features such as text display, Anti-Shock™ electronically buffered skip protection, scratching, and seamless looping. CDN450 is a perfect player for mobile DJs working events and for fixed installs in clubs, bars, restaurants, and more.
CDN450 enables you to play both traditional CDs and MP3 CDs, which can accommodate more tracks on fewer discs. The player displays text for ID3 tags and folder navigation, so finding tracks is easy. You can quickly access the track you want, bend pitch, and scratch using CDN450’s easy-to-use jog wheels. You can also jump forward 10 tracks at a time with +10 search. And for quick access to the information you need, CDN450 has ID3 Tag info buttons.
You can also pitch tracks up and down on 4, 8, and 16-percent ranges for easy beat matching. To further aid, CDN450 automatically detects the BPM on most tracks and has tap tempo for manual BPM entry. When you move pitch, CDN450’s Key Lock technology keeps the pitch or key constant.
You can create and integrate seamless loops on each deck with CDs and MP3s on CDN450.
In addition to standard single-track and continuous playback, CDN450's relay mode enables you to alternate between both CD decks for convenient playback. You can set cue points in real time for creative remixing. From the company that introduced DJs to Anti-Shock™, CDN450 contains a built-in buffer for worry-free and skip-free performance.
CDN450 is built in an attractive, rack-mount package that is equally at home in angled and straight racks. You can mount the control and drive units together or separately for setup flexibility. It plays CD and CD-R discs for media convenience, and the CD player is housed in an all-metal chassis for rugged, reliable performance. This advanced player has standard analog RCA and digital S/PDIF outputs so you can use it with virtually all speaker and recording systems.