PLASA08: Numark Serato NS7 On Show

Out of the cabinet, into the hands of the DJ      12/09/08

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4:57 mins

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Stuff in glass cabinets ain’t too good for video, apart from the fact that you can’t see it in action, it’s all reflecty and really hard to get any decent footage of. So lucky for us, the new Numark/ Serrato DJ controller/software NS7 was up and running for all to see. The NS7 is the first lovechild of the strategic partnership announced earlier this year between DJ hardware specialists Numark and the kings of DJ scratch software Serato. The hardware is used to control the Itch software - Serato Scratch – Itch – geddit? Anyhow, the sensitivity and control of this system is reputed to be top notch and was ably demonstrated by DJ Marcel on the Numark stand. The NS7 is a dual platter direct drive, USB 2.0 MIDI controller and audio interface designed to make the laptop based DJ keep their hands on the decks and away from the mouse. Total integration makes it much more of a tactile and immediate experience, rather than the usual “just checkin my emails� look. NS7 is e3xpected to ship in December 2008 at a UK price of £1199
    Features
  • Adjustable high-torque, direct-drive motors with 7â€� 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
    Audio Inputs:
  • RCA (unbalanced) line
  • Mic (1/4" balanced)
    Audio Outputs:
  • Master - XLR (balanced)/RCA (unbalanced)
  • Booth - RCA (unbalanced)
  • Headphone - 1/4" and 1/8" stereo
    Link
  • NS7 here

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