Numark Release iDJ3

Software controller and audio interface with dock for iPod and iPhone      04/10/10

Numark Release iDJ3


Numark has announced iDJ3, their new DJ software controller and USB computer audio interface.
Chris Roman, Numark's product development manager, told us, "iDJ3 offers unparalleled function and ease for the aspiring DJ looking for a complete, compact controller solution."
Here's all the details in Numark's own words...
iDJ3 is a complete DJ system capable of mixing music from a Mac or PC. The system can also playback music from an iPod or iPhone, as well as record music mixes directly to iPod or iPhone. iDJ3's classic two-turntables-and-a-mixer setup allows DJs of all levels to scratch, mix, loop and add effects to music stored on their computer.
iDJ3 has two decks, each with a large, touch-sensitive turntable for accurate scratching, beat-juggling and locating precise points within tracks. It's just like working with a record. In addition to the two decks, iDJ3 has an easy to use audio mixer so veteran DJs and beginners alike will be able to step right up and get the party going. If DJing for the first time, iDJ3 is a great place to start - the skills learned will easily transfer to any other DJ system.
iDJ3 also has a high-quality audio interface built in, allowing for superior audio performance. Whether connected to a computer, sound system, recording equipment, headphones, or using the microphone jack, iDJ3 has all the inputs and outputs needed to rock a serious set.
iDJ3 comes with the powerful Virtual DJ software which integrates seamlessly with the iTunes library on a Mac or PC, making it easy to create professional sounding DJ mixes from any music already in the DJ's library.
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