SNAMM07: Numark Ships TTXUSB Turntable

Update of TTX model streamlines vinyl-to-digital conversion      27/07/07
SNAMM07: Numark Ships TTXUSB Turntable


Numark has announced immediate shipment of the Numark TTXUSB turntable, an improved, USB-capable version of the Numark TTX professional turntable.
TTXUSB is a unique industrial-grade performance turntable that also makes digitizing your vinyl record collection a breeze by harnessing USB plug and play compatibility for both PC and Macintosh personal computers.
With TTXUSB, Pro DJs have a wealth of unique options available to them including the patented, interchangeable use of S-Shaped or straight tone arms, industry-leading variable torque, and flexibility to adapt the TTXUSB as a battle or club style configuration. The TTXUSB’s solid-core, reference-quality construction ensures durability under the most demanding situations.
TTXUSB comes standard with all the necessary cables to interconnect with both a computer and pro DJ rigs, along with software to remove clicks, pops, and other undesirable characteristics of vinyl. Numark say that the TTXUSB is a comprehensive package that easily breathes new life into older recordings while maintaining its professional DJ lineage to the original TTX.
As an added benefit, the vinyl-to-digital conversion takes just a few mouse clicks thanks to EZ Vinyl Converter by MixMeister; a new program available exclusively to Numark that quickly converts vinyl tracks directly to iTunes.
Additional Features
  • Adjustable anti-skating control for increased stereo balance
  • Support for both 33, 45 and 78 RPM playback speeds
  • Adjustable pitch control (± 8%, 10%, 25%, and 50%)
  • Switched Line/Phono output connectors for connection to a receiver or amplifier
  • Keylock feature to allow DJs to adjust tempo without changing pitch.
The TTXUSB Turntable package includes the turntable, a USB cable for interconnecting with a computer, an RCA cable for patching into a stereo system, and an adapter for 45 RPM recordings.
Pricing and Availability:
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