Denon DJ Prime Go £930
Future Music|Autumn 2020
The ever-growing Prime range gets a truly portable, go-anywhere setup. Si Truss gets in the mix…
Si Truss

The past few years have seen Denon put a considerable amount of development into its Prime DJ ecosystem. Prime is focussed around a unified piece of software, but it’s not an app in the vein of Traktor or Serato. Rather, the Prime range is comprised of multiple players and mixers, all making use of the Engine Prime software that handles track analysis, organization, and the onboard OS for each device.

The Prime Go is the most compact system in the range. It’s an entirely self-contained two-deck DJ setup that boasts true portability thanks to an onboard CPU and rechargeable battery that provides around four hours of wireless use.

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