Bestselling DJ Single Disc CD Players in 2021
Denon DNS1200 Single Disc DJ CD Player
- Hot Starts and Seamless Looping Two Hot Starts (A1 and A2) can be made on-the-fly and easily turned into seamless loops.
- 4 Superb Built-in Effects Building the mood and remixing live is easy with our on-board effects. Easily activate and have full parameter control with a Dry/Wet mix control of 4 effects: Flanger, Filter (high-mid-low), Echo and Echo/Loop.
- 3 Platter Effects: 1.Brake (adjustable in real-time) 2. Dump (reverse sound without losing forward time, like a radio edit) 3. Reverse (plays your music backwards)
- Next Track Function with Cross Fade With thousands of songs stored on an external USB device, play other files from the same source back to back with Next Track function. Search for the next file by 8 criteria (without interrupting playback) and crossfade seamlessly to that file. Available for CD discs as well. Cross fade time is user adjustable
- Memo Function Cue Point, BPM, Pitch Setting and Range, Pitch On/Off, Key Adj On/Off, and Seamless Loop A and B data can be stored directly to a file for later recall. CD memo data can also be exported to USB memory and shared with other DN-S1200 players.
Record Player with Speakers Built-in w/3 Pack Needle - USB Turntable - Easily Transfer Music From Vinyl to USB or SD Card - Dust Off Your Records & Recall Those Sweet Memories - Plug & Play
- PLUG AND PLAY - Have the warm audio of your favorite record fill the room within minutes - Just plug into the wall, place your record and push play - So you can spend less time fiddling and more time listening - You can even use it as a portable turntable
- BUILT IN SPEAKERS - Listen to tunes conveniently without having to attach any other hardware - RCA output available if you plan on using a separate set of speakers - Equipped with 3.5 mm input jack to plug in your headphone, close your eyes & enjoy
- RECORD SONGS FROM YOUR VINYL and radio - You don't need a computer - Just plug and recrod - Speedily transfer your favorite songs from back in the day to USB flash drive or SD card, and carry them around with you wherever you go
- 3 PACK DIAMOND TIP NEEDLE - Saves you money while producing premium sound - A single diamond tip needle tracks quality sound up to 1000hrs - That's 3000+ hours of your favorite tunes from vinyl
- 30 DAY MONEY BACK GUARANTEE - Purchase your EXBTB1 Turntable and if you are not satisfied send it back within 30 days for a FULL REFUND. NO QUESTIONS ASKED. - Click on "Buy now with 1-Click" or "Add to Cart" to own one now before we run out! Other names for Turntable: record player,turntable, phonograph, vinyl record player
Teac Single-Disc CD Player with MP3 Playback and Remote
- Support for CD, CD-R/RW, and MP3 CD
- High-quality 1-bit dual D/A converter
- Random memory program, plus repeat track/all, and shuffle mode
- Front-panel controls and full-function remote
- Front-panel headphone jack with volume control
Odyssey FZCDJ Flight Zone Ata Case For A Single Large Format Cd Player
- slide-out panel
- front-loading CD slot
- handles and stackable ball corners
Pyle PTCD56UBWDrecord Player Stereo System Turntable Stereo System for Home CD Bluetooth Wireless Audio USB Recording - Brown
45 RPM Adapter - Aluminum - 7 inch Vinyl Record Dome 45 Adapter
- 45 rpm record spindle adapter works perfect on any turntable
- High quality, durable solid aluminum anodized adaptor
- Made for home use and professional DJ's
- Center adapter for 45rpm records from your favorite artists: vinyl singles and EP's
Gemini Sound_and_Recording_Equipment, 1.75 x 9.96 x 19.00 (CDMP-1500)
Pioneer Single DIN SiriusXM Ready in-Dash CD/AM/FM Car Stereo Receiver W/ 6ft CAM2M6N Cable 1/8" Mini Stereo to Cable 1/8" Mini Stereo Cable
Pioneer DEH-X2900UI Single DIN in-Dash CD/AM/FM Car Stereo Receiver w/Variable Color Illumination + USB Bluetooth Music Streaming Wireless Receiver (NOT for Receiving OR Making Calls)
Flexzion CD DVD Case 2 Pcs Capacity Holder 100 Pack Standard Movie Music Disc Blu-ray Storage Boxes Collectible Organizer 7mm Thick with Outter Clear Sleeve in Black
- Replace your broken or scratched DVD boxes & keep your collection looking nice. Holds up to 2 discs ( CD, DVD, Blu-Ray Discs)
- These are the same size (7mm) as the ones the movies come in when you buy them in the store
- Has a clear outer plastic "full wrap" to hold artwork. Utilizes a push hub to hold discs
- Features tabs inside to hold inside booklet & a wrap around sleeve that lets you put in front paper
- The DVD Box opens/closes like a book. One disc fit into each side of the box
Pioneer CD/USB/MP3 Car Stereo Receiver BLUETOOTH & VARIABLE COLOR ILLUMINATION with All NEW MIXTRAX Technology, Compatible with Siri Eyes Free & Pandora Control Through iPhone, BONUS FREE Remote Control Included
- BLUETOOTH WIRELESS CD Stereo Receiver with AM/FM Tuner with Built-in iPod, iPhone, and iPad Controls & Pandora Control Through iPhone
- Variable Color Illumination with Separate Controls and Dimmer, Plays CDs, CD-Rs, and CD-RWs, and USB Memory Devices
- MIXTRAX for a DJ-Inspired Audio/Visual Experience with Compatible Devices
- Advanced Sound Retriever (ASR), 3-Level Loudness, EQ 5-Band Equalizer with Seven Preset Tone Settings
- Built-in MOSFET Amplifier, Subwoofer Level Control, Remote Control Included
DJTECH ISCRATCH101 Single USB/Cd Player
- Made of high quality material
- Good quality product
- Designed for easy use
Technical Pro DV80.1 Single Disc Professional DJ DVD Player
- Audio outputs: 2 RCA (main) + 5.1 RCA
- Video outputs: YCbCr/YUV, RF DIN, Coax, CVBS, VGA, Optic fiber CD-G, DVD, DVD-R, DVD-RW, CD-R, CD-RW, VCD, MP3, Kodak CD, MPEG4, DIVX, WVA
- USB,SD card reader; Auto region playback (Region Free); Pal / NTSC Switchable
- Dolby digital AC-3 decoder; Dual mic inputs
- Removable rack-mount brackets; Remote included
Digital Cleaning Tips
Technology is wonderful, isn't it? We all love movies, video games, computers, PDAs, televisions, CD players, and telephones. We could not live without the Internet, the ability to fax, and satellites. But electronics do not clean themselves.
The Heart of Your Computer, DVD player, or Your CD Player: Cleaning the laser's lens
One of the most common problems plaguing the electronic world is also one of the most easily fixed. Are you continually disappointed when your DVD player won't play your favorite movie, even though the disc isn't scratched? Perhaps your CD player won't play your favorite CD, or your computer simply won't mount the disc you put in its drive. You have tried everything short of getting the device repaired. Those expensive cleaning kits don't work, right? The solution is simple, and better yet, cheap.
Disc drive cleaning kits don't work well for one reason: they don't dissolve or break up any dirt attached to the lens of the laser. They simply wipe it away. This doesn't help if the dirt, soda, sugar, or whatever, is actually stuck on the lens. To fix this, open up your disc drive so you have access to the laser's lens. Many CD players, DVD players, and video game consoles allow for easy access to this lens. All you have to do is pop the top or eject the CD tray. Many computer, however, require that you remove the casing. Either way, you need access to this lens. Once you have access, apply a small drop of isopropyl (rubbing alcohol) to the tip of a Q-tip. In circular motions, clean the lens. After five to ten rotations, rotate the Q-tip in the opposite direction. Repeat the process with a dry Q-tip to absorb any leftover alcohol. If you choose, you can also purchase a can of compressed air to blow off any last remaining bits of dust. You can try doing this with your breath, but be sure not to spit on the lens.
The Static Shutdown: Making sure that your computer and its monitor are safe
Has your computer shut down for no particular reason? Has your monitor burnt out? Or worse yet, have the insides of your computer just stopped working? There are many possible causes of such problems, but one major factor is the dust buildup on the chips, processors, and drives of your computer. This can build up static electricity, and once it is released, the surge of static electricity can destroy many components.
This, too, is an easy fix-and you don't need to be a professional. If you suspect that dust buildup may be a problem, or if you just want to make sure your computer is safe, purchase a can of compressed air and you are halfway to solving the problem. Once you have a can of compressed air (available at many grocery or appliance stores), remove the cover to your computer or monitor. This is the hardest part. Read your computer's manual before proceeding and touch a grounded metal object, because if you accidentally touch the wrong computer component, the electrical charge of your body can ruin it. Once the inner workings of your computer or monitor are exposed, carefully use the compressed air to blow out all the dust. Don't hold the can too close, as the air moves with velocity and could possibly damage the internal components. It is best to hold it at least six inches away from what you are cleaning. Once it is clean, put the casing or cover of your computer back on, and you are all set. This process works for any DVD player, video game console, television, sound system, etc.
Cleaning Displays Safely
Fingerprints and dust are the primary offenders in the realm of digital displays. It really is a bummer when you are watching that horror movie and you can't get your mind off the hand print in the middle of the killer's face. I know cleaning the display seems mindless and easy, but beware, as damage is easily done. When cleaning a display, avoid spraying water or cleanser directly on the display. Excess liquid may run down the screen, and possibly into the electronic components. This can short out the system and then you're out a lot of money. Instead, dampen a cloth and wipe the screen. Be sure to power down and unplug the display before cleaning it.
In addition, only use cleansing products recommended by the manual that comes with the product you are intending to clean. Some cleansers include chemicals that may have damaging effects, so if in doubt, use only water. It is particularly important not to use any sort of aerosol spray, solvent, or abrasive. A rough cloth can also be damaging, so be sure to use a lint-free, smooth cloth or paper towel.
Disaster Strikes: Spilling liquid on your keyboard
Don't eat or drink while using your computer. Right, like you are going to listen to me. If you choose to drink coffee or chew that donut while typing away, be sure you are careful. It is quite the mess to be cleaned up if you spill liquid on your keyboard, especially if you are using a laptop. If cleaning your keyboard is a matter of removing dust and crumbs, simply flip it upside down and shake it slowly. Use a can of compressed air to dislodge anything stuck between the keys.
Liquid, however, is a different matter. If you were careless and accidentally spilled any liquid on your keyboard, quickly unplug it and flip it upside down. Let the excess pour off, but make sure you let the keyboard dry upside down. This is to let the water accumulate and drip off, rather than pool and short out any components. If you plug your keyboard back in and it doesn't work at all once it is dry, you have broken your keyboard and you'll need to buy a new one. If it still works, then you are lucky. If it works, but the keys are sticky (i.e. you spilled soda on the keys), your cleaning has just begun. Use a butter knife or a flathead screwdriver to pry off each key. Try not to pry off the oversized keys unless necessary (space bar, shift, enter, etc.), because they are more difficult to reattach. Use a soft, lint-free cloth and cotton swabs to clean the mess. Mild cleanser or water works best. Reattach all the keys by firmly pressing them in place. If you forget where the keys were originally placed, take a digital picture of your keyboard prior to removing the keys.
If spilling on your keyboard is a common problem and you want to avoid the cleanup altogether, purchase a flexible plastic cover for your particular keyboard. It will save a lot of hassle.