NAMM06: Two Rackmount MP3 CD players Fom Numark

MP102 and dual-deck MP302 make their debut      24/01/06
NAMM06: Two Rackmount MP3 CD players Fom Numark


Numark have announced the new MP102 and MP302 rackmount CD players, both designed expressly for mobile DJs and club owners in search of a cost-effective, rackmountable solution to a wide variety of music playback requirements. Both machines play both standard CD audio and MP3 CDs, provide buffered Anti-Shock memory protection and deliver seamless looping and pitch control with a pitch bend wheel.
With the ability to play both standard audio CDs and MP3 CDs, the new MP102 and MP302 provide outstanding versatility according to Numark who had this to say,
“ With support for the MP3 media format, DJs can now fit substantially more music onto a single CD; dramatically reducing the volume/weight of the music library they transport—making their work easier.
Also featured is buffered Anti-Shock memory protection to ensure the music plays exactly as it should, even when the dance floor is packed. And DJs will appreciate the ability to create seamless loops—for both CD audio and MP3 files as well as true buffered instant start and stutter start capability with settable stutter points.�

Price and Availability
MP102 has a suggested retail price of $399. Available Q2 of 2006
MP302 has a suggested retail price of $699> Available Q1 of 2006


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