Denon DJ X1800 has surprised a lot of people with its innovative features, stylish design and superior sound quality. Mostly it is designed for big clubs, but can also be a very powerful tool for enthusiasts, in order to deepen their music producing knowledge. You are guaranteed to be satisfied with this professional 4-channel club mixer and its features and technologies. You have a possibility to assign two USB ports independently to each channel, letting you set up smooth handoffs between DJs. Wondering about effects? Well, it has a lot to offer, including Sweep FX controls for each channel, BPM effects with a support for Engine protocol in order to lock effects to the grid, which is a helpful feature indeed. It also has a ribbon controller, that allows you to manipulate time divisions in a matter of seconds, ideal for making transitions between two. Denon DJ X1800 features the dual-mode, 3-band EQs, which is ideal for basic mixing. You also have a Classic Mode for traditional bands, as well as Isolation Mode for total band kills, that provides you with truly fun features that you are guaranteed to have a lot of excitement while mixing together several tracks. Denon DJ X1800 is favorite of many popular DJs, because it includes continuously variable crossfader and channel fader curves as well as the Fader Start functions, that greatly help you producing and mixing music. The 4-channel stereo input delivers support for phono, line, and S/PDIF inputs. Basically, X1800 has got you covered, making you able to connect all kinds of inputs. Also, there is a 4-port Ethernet hub, which is an awesome feature, because you can connect up to 4 systems and other devices. This particular model is EXTREMELY durable, and it is said that it could survive World War and still sound exceptional. As already mentioned, you can rely on X1800 for more than a decade, without a need of changing a single plastic panel or a button, or so on. It will last you flawlessly for as long as you keep doing your work, and this is a guarantee, not just randomly made up words. To conclude, this product is an ideal purchase either for novices or professional DJs, or even club owners, who are looking for a superior sound quality, extreme durability and a number of innovative features in a single professional club mixer.
$1,899.00 USD
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  • 🌟4-Channel Digital Mixer with (4) phono/line switchable channels
  • 🌟BPM FX section with frequency controlled Band-Isolation
  • 🌟Dual USB audio connections for software and audio devices
  • 🌟Dedicated Sweep and BPM FX Knobs — high-quality effects for each channel with a single knob turn
  • 🌟Expressive EQ – choose Classic or Isolation modes and an Adjustable Filter Resonance Control
  • 🌟‘Engine Connect’ protocol for beatgrid locked FX
  • 🌟Expressive Denon DJ ‘Flex-Fader’, Crossfader
  • 🌟Connect MIDI based effects and instruments
  • 🌟24-bit/96kHz digital output for uncompromised audio quality
  • 🌟Crisp OLED screen for precise menu based adjustments
  • 🌟(4) Digital inputs for high-resolution audio mixing
  • 🌟LAN Hub for up to four players or accessories
  • 🌟Rugged metal construction
  • 🌟Dimensions (width x depth x height) --- 310.9mm X 445mm X 109.7mm, 12.2” x 17.5” x 4.3”, 31.1 x 44.5 x 11.0 cm
  • 🌟Weight (without USB and power cable): 15.43 lbs.


  • 🌟Power Cord
  • 🌟USB Cable
  • 🌟User Guide
  • 🌟Safety & Warranty Manual


  • ✔ Dynamic Range (master): > 117 dB (A-weighted)
  • ✔ Frequency Range: 22–22,000 Hz (+1 dB)
  • ✔ Signal-to-Noise Ratio--- Line: > 93 dB (A-weighted), Phono: > 87 dB (A-weighted), THD+N: < 0.02%, Channel Separation: < -90 dB (@ 1 KHz, unity)
  • ✔ Headroom: Line Inputs: > 16 dB, Microphone Inputs: > 20 dB, Outputs: > 20 dB
  • ✔ Analog Output --- Master (balanced): +24 dBu (maximum), +4 dBu (unity), Master (unbalanced): +20 dBu (maximum), 0 dBu (unity), Booth: +24 dBu (maximum), +4 dBu (unity), Record: +10 dBV (maximum), -10 dBV (unity, Send: +10 dBV (maximum), -10 dBV (unity), Record: +10 dBV (maximum), -10 dBV (unity), Headphones: > 150 mW @ 40 Ω
  • ✔ Analog Input --- Line: +15 dBV (maximum), 0 dBV (unity), Phono: -22 dBV (maximum), -40 dBV (unity), Microphone: -40 dBV (maximum), -60 dBV (minimum), Return: +15 dBV (maximum), 0 dBV (unity)
  • ✔ Microphone Inputs --- CMRR: > 80 dB (@ 1 KHz, unity), EIN: < -124 dBu (Rs = 150 Ω, DIN)
  • ✔ Digital Output --- Sampling Rate: 44.1, 48, 96 kHz, Bit Depth: 24-bit
  • ✔ Displays --- 1.6” / 39 mm (diagonal), 1.4” x 0.69” / 35 x 17 mm (width x height), (2) monochromatic LED-backlit displays
  • ✔ Connections --- ( 2) XLR outputs (balanced master), (2) RCA output pairs (1 unbalanced master, 1 unbalanced record), (5) 1/4” (6.35 mm) outputs (2 booth, 2 send, 1 headphone), (1) 1/8” (3.5 mm) output (headphone), (1) coaxial digital output (audio), (1) 5-pin DIN MIDI output, (8) RCA input pairs (4 line, 4 phono), (1) XLR+1/4” (6.35 mm) input (Mic 1), (3) 1/4” (6.35 mm) inputs (2 receive, 1 Mic 2), (5) RCA digital inputs (4 audio, 1 link), (5) Ethernet link ports, (1) IEC power inlet
  • ✔ Power --- Connection: IEC, Input Voltage: 100–240 V~, 50/60 Hz, Consumption: 65 W