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It's a honey... now I'll have to buy an iPod
On the output side, the iDJ has a master output LED meter for visual confirmation of oneâ€™s audio signals and a professional quality crossfader with fader start control for blending and alternating between the two channelâ€™s audio signals. Additionally, the iDJ provides a cue tone and cue source selector for managing music sources. With both quarter- and eighth-inch headphone outputs, the iDJ is able to accommodate both consumer style headphones with minijack connectors as well as professional grade headphones with the larger connector type. To connect to sound systems and external recorders, the iDJ provides Master and Record outputs.
You also get USB connectivity to both PC and Macintosh computers, and with an S-Video output (for iPod Photo model players only), the iDJ is ready to patch into video displays for complete multimedia.
Numark CEO Jack Oâ€™Donnell offered the following thoughts on the companyâ€™s new iDJ, â€œMost every DJ carries an iPod as both a backup tool and as a source of personal music enjoyment. The new iDJ makes it easy to integrate the iPod into a working environment while circumventing the â€˜band-aidâ€™ approach of using multiple audio adapters. For college students and other iPod enthusiasts, this compact mixer is a natural extension of the iPod platform that makes enjoying music with others that much easier. â€�
And I would think Apple will be pleased too - as you need two iPods to take advantage of the iDJ...
With a suggested retail price of $399 and an expected street price of $249 youâ€™d expect to see iDJ at a lot of gigs in the future.
Shipping Q4 2005