The Cortex HDC3000 Controller and Media Player is a rack-mountable DJ workstation for those who prefer mass storage devices as their media of choice. The controller features a USB input and will read and play back MP3 and WAVE files from USB thumb-drives, iPods, etc. CD audio is also supported with connected CD-ROM drives. An active USB Hub will support up to four storage devices and a large display enables easy maneuvering through menus and song selection. The HDC3000 controller also supports and reads an iPod playlist. The unit mounts into a standard 19-inch rack but also includes hardware for desktop mounting.
Note: Due to Apple limitations, the iPod iTouch, iPhone & Mac formatted Classics are not compatible with Cortex products.
Reads Mass Storage Devices
The Cortex HDC3000 Controller and Media Player is a rack-mountable DJ workstation for those who prefer mass storage devices as their media of choice. The controller features a USB input and will read and playback MP3 and WAVE files from USB thumb-drives, iPods, etc. CD audio is also supported with connected CD-ROM drives.
Control and Mixing Capability
Pitch sliders, transport controls and jog/shuttle dials provide DJs with the tools needed to create custom MP3, WAVE and CD audio mixes.
The DSP effects engine provides 12 high quality effects including filter, flanger, echo, delay, auto-pan and more.
Four banks of sample triggering are featured and provide plenty of remixing capabilities.
Intuitive Database System
Search and select songs based on title, BPM, artist and more.
Seamless Loop and Scratch Effect
The HDC3000 provides seamless audio looping and scratching effect for real-time remixing.
In the Box
Cortex HDC3000 Dual Mass Storage Device Player & Controller for DJs
RCA Audio Cables
Desktop Mounting Stands
USB Port Protector Cap
1 Year Warranty
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Dual RCA Phono Audio Outputs
USB Type-A Input
Pitch Control Sliders
4-line / 20-character
19 x 5.2 x 3.6" (482 x 132.08 x 91.44mm)
6 lb (3.6kg)
Controls and plays MP3 and WAVE filed from mass storage devices. CD audio is supported when CD-Rom drives are connected.