MDJ-600: Professional CD and USB Media Player
Unmatched Flexibility With Powerful Performance
Looking to find your gateway to DJing? The MDJ-600 is exactly what you’ve come to expect from Gemini – more features, more intuitive layout in a compact size. It is a CD/USB media player that lets you DJ effortlessly from virtually any digital audio source. Designed for the best possible mixing experience, it has a standalone functionality with high-resolution touch platter, large display, auto looping, and many more innovative features to take your music to a new level. Its customizable jog wheels let you adjust the resistance to find the feel perfect for you. With the best features, the MDJ-600 gets you effortless control in all demanding performances.
● Full-featured CD and USB media player with 4.3” color screen, moving waveform, and on-board search and analysis
● 5” high-resolution touch platter for the most demanding performances
● Manual and BPM-based auto looping makes it easy to create builds or extend breaks
● 4 hot cues per track let you jump to that sample or drop with ease
● Loop roll adds complicated sounding stutter edits by pushing one button
● The 100 mm pitch fader and adjustable pitch ranges from 4%-100% to let you mix with surgical precision
● Multiple platter modes available – Reverse play, vinyl, and stutter cue
● MIDI mode turns your MDJ-600 into an ultimate platter controller, complete with on-screen deck info in Virtual DJ
● Slip mode means you can use scratches or hot cues without ruining your mix
FAT, FAT32, HFS+, and NTFS.
No. The MDJ-600 does not support the use of USB hubs.
Here’s a list of the most common error codes:
ERR R 1001 Bad Update: Happens during a firmware update. Try the update again.
ERR E 1002 Disc Error: Happens when a damaged optical disk is inserted. Make sure the disc is clean and free from scratches.
ERR E 1004 Unsupported File Format: Happens when the inserted USB drive has an incompatible file system. (For example, exFAT).
ERR E 1005 Bad Disc: Happens when the inserted USB drive is corrupt.
Make sure that you have the latest firmware update, then open Settings and look for the continuous play options and set it to ‘Yes’.
Connecting hard drives is unsupported because they typically draw more power than the USB spec allows.