Software Update Released For Denon DJ Prime 4
Denon DJ today announced that its Prime 4 DJ controller is now enabled for both hard-wired and Wi-Fi internet connection, via a new Firmware update (v1.4). This update, delivered within a forum-based public beta initiative, brings the global streaming and entertainment platform TIDAL to the Prime 4.
With access to over 60 million songs, standalone streaming with the TIDAL platform gives DJs a huge variety of music that will completely satisfy any crowd, dancefloor or event. DJs can easily access their personal TIDAL playlists and also follow the platform’s own expertly-curated selections. With so many tracks and exclusive content across a massive variety of music styles, DJs will be prepared for any request at every conceivable gig – and it’s all standalone within the Prime Series hardware.
In addition to streaming, V1.4 also brings enhanced search speed, visual feedback, performance and stability improvements to this Prime Series hardware. Denon DJ also promise that TIDAL is the first of a number of premium content streaming partners the DJ equipment manufacturer will partner with. Initially available exclusively to Prime 4 users, streaming will also soon be rolled out to the SC5000 and SC5000M. Both the beta group members and current Prime Series users (following product registration at denondj.com) will receive a free, 3-month TIDAL HiFi trial period.
“Denon DJ’s standalone streaming technology enhances the physicality of the DJ’s music collection, bringing a glorious diversity and choice of the world’s music, to their fingertips,” said Denon DJ’s Creative Director, Paul Dakeyne. “Now with access to TIDAL music’s 60+ Million songs, the WiFi switch is ‘On’, and this Public Beta program ushers in the next DJ workflow and performance paradigm for our customers.”