SNAMM11: New USB DJ Controller

Numark NDX900 allows DJs to perform with virtually any digital music source      21/07/11

SNAMM11: New USB DJ Controller


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Numark has introduced NDX900, a professional DJ controller and MP3/CD/USB player. Here's what they have to say about it...
Based upon the popular NDX800 controller, the NDX900 DJ controller is capable of mixing music from virtually any digital source including a computer, CDs, MP3 CDs, or even USB flash drives. NDX900 has a layout that is recognizable to DJs everywhere with a large, seven-inch touch-sensitive illuminated platter, smooth, frontloading CD drive, top-facing USB DJ controller port, powerful remixing, looping, and sampling capabilities, all in a chassis that has a solid feel and professional look. NDX900's Beat-synced DSP effects include chop, echo, filter, flanger, pan, and phaser.
NDX900's built-in audio interface works plug-and-play, allowing DJs to seamlessly integrate NDX900 with practically any computer and control virtually any DJ software. No drivers or external sound cards are required. With two NDX900s and a mixer of choice, DJs have a powerful and versatile digital DJ rig.
NDX900 includes Traktor LE 2 DJ Software and comes premapped for use with a variety of DJ software including Virtual DJ and is compatible with almost any MIDI compatible DJ software.
"With plug-and-play capability and Traktor software included, NDX900 is truly an all-in-one DJ controller," said Chris Roman, Numark Product Manager. "DJs will love the large, seven-inch platter for scratching; it has an illuminated ring that's just like putting tape on vinyl."
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