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Professional Dual Compact Disc Player

� �PowerTouch� , Touch sensitive interactive jog wheels (Patent pending)
� Digital Scratching 2.0 (Accurate Scratching)
� 2 Scratching modes: Digital Scratch mode, Beat Juggle mode
� 9 On-board FX: Scratch, Filter, Echo, Trans, Skid, Phase, Flanger, Pan, Bop
� Visual marker display: Reference point to view where the disc is playing
� Effect layering
� Digital B.P.M. counter: keeps digital FX in sync with music
� 6 Preset Parameters settings for each FX
� Tempo Lock (Master Tempo)
� Lock out mode (Security feature)
� Parameter Ratio adjustment knob
� Parameter Time adjustment knob
� Pitch Bend: �4%, �8%, or �16%
� �Hyper� Pitch (up to �100%)
� 3 Flash Start Sampler Buttons per side (6 second sample per button with or without a CD in drive)
� Flash Cue
� Anti-shock memory
� Instant start
� Seamless loop
� Fader Q Start
� Reverse play
� Black brushed aluminum face plate

� Volume control between music and sampler
� Mixer between music and sampler, can adjust pitches separately
� FX MIX on the fly
� Auto cue function (-48dB)
� 3 sampler (cues) can be memorized
� Selectable elapsed, remain and total remain time display
� Single/continuous play
� Flip Flop (Relay playback between both channels)

� Dimensions (WxHxD): MAIN UNIT: 19� x 3.5� x 10� / 482 x 88.8x 251mm (2 rack spaces) CONTROL UNIT: 19� x 7� x 2� / 482 x 177 x 52mm (4 rack spaces)
� Weight (total): 23 lbs. / 8.6 kgs.
� Power: AC 115/60Hz or 50Hz/230V switchable
� Power Consumption: 25W
� Frequency Response:20-20KHz +/-1dB
� T.H.D.: 0.03%
� S/N ratio: 86 dB
� Over Sampling Rate: 8 times
� D/A Conversion: 16 bit
� Sampling Rate:44.1k

Available January 2004

Price: $1049.95 (but I am pretty sure the street price will even be a little bit lower than you can find the Velocity for) Wink

Is in the process of leaving one on my door step, so I can give everyone a full review of how wonderful it is. Big Grin Wink j/k
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Originally posted by Billabong:
[qb] Yes, but can shave potatos thin enough to make home-made french fries? Big Grin [/qb]
Well I guess if the potatoes are small enough, you can open the drawer.....Stick the potatoe in the U shaped opening.....Close the drawer, and watch as it slices, dices, and minces your potatoe into home made french fries.

Disclaimer: For anyone who is reading this post. You must realize it was made in jest. Do not try to make home made Frxxx...errr.....Freedom Fries Wink with your new DCD-1000 as it will void your warranty.

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