WNAMM08: Powerful Control For DJ Software

Numark NS7 aims to provide the ultimate scratch mixing and software control      23/01/08

WNAMM08: Powerful Control For DJ Software


Here’s the details of the new NS7 in Numark’s own words:
When it comes to performing with software, precision control is essential. Numark's NS7 delivers high-resolution control so powerful, you'll wonder how you ever DJ'd without it. The NS7 comes pre-configured to control the software of your choice, including Serato Itch and Numark's CUE DJ software. Loads of additional assignable MIDI controllers provide unprecedented software compatibility and user customizations.
Two high-torque, motorized 7" standard platters with a genuine vinyl interface provide pinpoint response with the look and feel of standard turntables. Illuminated easy-to-find controls help you to perform in any lighting conditions.
The NS7 sends MIDI over USB at two to three times normal speed, at an extremely high resolution for the most accurate and precise software control available, while remaining 100% MIDI compliant. Custom controls are included for navigating your library without need for a mouse or keyboard.
The NS7 uses high performance USB 2.0 that delivers pristine 24-bit audio. XLR (balanced) and RCA (unbalanced) connections are ideal for the pro and semi-pro alike.
Key Features
  • Adjustable high-torque, direct-drive motors with 7" Vinyl
  • 2-in, 4-out. 24-bit USB 2.0 audio Interface
  • High speed, double precision MIDI controls (Compatible with any MIDI software)
  • Rock solid CP-PRO crossfader
  • All metal construction
  • Extensive Looping, Cue Point and Track Selection controls
  • Additional assignable controls include 8 rotary, 8 triggers and 2 mini sliders
  • Audiophile-quality analog circuitry
Pricing and Availability:
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