PLASA07: DJ Mixers To Have Contact-Free Faders

Behringer and Infinium partner up on patented DJ fader technology      10/09/07
PLASA07: DJ Mixers To Have Contact-Free Faders


Behringer and Infinium Technologies have signed a deal to use Infinium’s patented contact-free fader technology in future Behringer DJ products.
Infinium and Behringer have been co-developing a new 45mm optical and contact-free fader which they say meets the highest demands in terms of quality, feel and especially longevity. The new fader will be used in a series of state-of-the-art BEHRINGER DJ mixers scheduled for release in the first quarter of 2008.
Uli Behringer, Chairman and R&D Director commented, “We are very excited to cooperate with Infinium, as we believe we have found the perfect technology to match our new high-end DJ mixers. A ‘wear and tear-free’ fader is crucial for DJs and adds tremendous value to our products.�
René Moolenaar, Business Development Director of Infinium Technologies noted, “This partnership is another important milestone in the company’s history, proving that our technology can stretch from high-end to mass market applications. Infinium is delighted to work with Behringer on this prestigious project, because we are impressed with their ability to bring high-quality products to market at reasonable prices. We believe that Behringer’s DJ products are leading the field and we’re excited to be part of their new DJ roadmap.�
About Infinium
Infinium Technologies draws much of its expertise from its parent company CLIFFGROUP, the respected international engineering company. Launched in 2003, the company spent three years developing and patenting the core technology which lead to the launch of a range of linear faders in 2006. More information:


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