Gemini CDMP1500 19-Inch Rackmount CD MP3 USB Player
If you're looking for a professional media player that packs powerful functionality and extensive features in a slim, low-profile design, the CDMP-1500 offers an ideally unobtrusive solution. Occupying just a single unit of rackspace, the CDMP-1500 boasts playback for CDs and MP3s, along with a USB input for connection of USB storage devices, making it incredibly easy to play all your favorite MP3 and WAV files directly from a flash drive or memory stick.
Perfect for restaurants or bar installations as well as mobile DJs, the CDMP-1500 comes with a convenient remote control, so you can operate functions like Play/Pause, Volume, Pitch Bend, Loop, Reloop and Cue without even touching the unit. Whether you're right in front of the CDMP-1500 or across the room, total control is in your hands.
For playback of audio CDs, CD-Rs and MP3 CDs, the CDMP-1500 features a fast-reading disc slot and a large, bright display for navigating through files. The display also provides track information like Time, Pitch Value, Mode and Track Name.
Flexible connections like an XLR mic input, a front panel 1/4-inch mic input, Line/REC output RCA jacks and Balanced XLR outputs ensure quick and easy setup, while features like Instant-Start, Cue with Preview, Rotary Pitch Control and USB playback.
The CDMP-1500 is a reliable, professional media player that won't clutter your rack. With flexible playback functions and a sleek, robust design, the CDMP-1500 provides a big feature-set in a small package.Features:
- Slot-in CD/MP3 player
- Audio CD, CD-R and MP3 compatible
- Plays MP3 and WAV files from USB storage device*
- Balanced XLR outputs, RCA Line output and Record output
- 1/4" front MIC input, rear Combo XLR and ¼" MIC input
- IR Remote control
- Anti-shock using RAM buffer memory
- Auto BPM read out
- Instant-start and cue with preview
- Single and continuous play modes
- Pitch rotary knob
- Two mode time selection
- Frame accurate search
*FAT, FAT 32, and NTFS formatted storage devices