Numark Introduce New DJ Controller

N4 is a lightweight, portable controller featuring 4-decks of software control plus a built-in mixer      30/09/11

Numark Introduce New DJ Controller


Numark has introduced N4, a four-channel DJ controller with built-in mixer.
Featuring 4-decks of software control plus a built-in mixer that can be used with or without a computer, N4 is designed for DJs who want powerful capability in a lightweight, portable package. Numark say that this complete 4-channel controller has everything DJs need to perform at their highest level: large, touch-sensitive platters, 4-decks of software control with loop and effects controls, a built-in USB audio interface and a comprehensive mixer section with EQ and gain. N4 will come with both Serato DJ Intro software and a 4-deck version of Virtual DJ LE.
The N4 DJ controller with a mixer is built for flexible control of virtually any music source. Its built-in DJ mixer allows DJs to mix any external source including turntables, CD players and MP3 players. DJs are able to instantly switch from controlling 4 decks of software to controlling 2 decks of software plus 2 channels of external source.
With the ability to use time code, Numark say that tN4 sets a new standard for 4-channel DJ controllers in its class. In addition to 4-decks of MIDI software control, N4 gives DJs the ability to use their CD player or turntable to control advanced DJ software by employing turntables with time-coded vinyl or CD players with time-coded CDs.
Chris Roman, Numark Product Manager, told Sonic State, "N4 is going to be an incredible instrument in the hands of DJs everywhere. We're packing innovation, capability and control into a design that looks and feels great." Pricing and Availability:
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