Cortex HDC1000 reviews
The Cortex HDC1000 marks the beginning of a new idea in DJ equipment – a CD player style controller that controls a USB mass storage device. This can be a USB hard drive, a USB memory stick, an iPod, or other MP3 player with USB connectivity. You can even play most of your set off a hard drive or iPod connected to the rear USB socket, and then plug a USB memory stick into the front socket to play a newly downloaded or single requested track.
Because the controller, sound card and processing are all built into a single 2U rack controller you don’t need a computer at your gig, and you don’t need an external soundcard – you connect your USB storage device to the USB socket, the HDC1000’s audio outputs to your mixer, and that’s you ready to go – no decks, no CD players, no time-coded vinyl, no computer – it’s plug and play.
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