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News Hercules DJ Console Mk4

MIDI Control Surface for DJ from Hercules

Public price: $199 incl. VAT

At the Musikmesse European trade fair in Frankfurt, Hercules announced the release date and retail price of its new Hercules DJ Console Mk4.

Pricing & Availability
This 2-deck portable DJ controller, featuring built-in audio, will be available in June 2010, at a suggested retail price of $199.99.

Description
The Hercules DJ Console Mk4 is a 2-deck DJ controller with built-in audio for PC and Mac: 26.5 × 18.7cm in size (10.4” x 7.3”) and weighing in at 1.15kg (3.3lb).

In addition to its 2 stereo outputs (one for mixing, the other for previewing tracks), the Hercules DJ Console Mk4 also features 2 stereo audio inputs to connect any analog audio sources.

Overview of Hercules DJ Console Mk4 features:
  • 2-deck mixer: mix digital audio files on PC and Mac
  • Includes a built-in audio interface:
  1. 2 stereo outputs to play the mix on active speakers, a PA system, a hi-fi system or a mixer
  2. 2 stereo inputs (with 4 levels: Phono / standard line level / professional line level / boosted line level) to connect any external audio sources: MP3 players, CD mixing decks, vinyl turntables and more
  3. Headphone output (for previewing tracks)
  4. Microphone input (with talk-over function)
  • Controls for mixing: 2 jog wheels, one cross fader, 2 volume faders, 2 pitch encoder knobs, 6 EQ knobs and 36 buttons
  • Includes functions for synchronizing tracks, automatic loops, adding multiple effects, and recording mixes
  • Includes the VirtualDJ DJC Edition mixing software
  • Comes with a protective cover, a shoulder strap, and a sub-skin featuring a printed graphic (which can be placed underneath the rigid transparent skin installed on its top panel)

Minimum system requirements:
  • PC: 1.5GHz processor or higher, 1GB of RAM, Windows 7 / XP / Vista (32/64-bit), USB port, stereo speakers and/or headphones.
  • Mac: 1.5GHz processor or higher, 1GB of RAM, Mac OS 10.4 / 10.5 / 10.6, USB port, stereo speakers and/or headphones.

You can check out the Hercules DJing range at www.hercules.com.

To see the new Hercules DJ Console Mk4 for yourself, visit the Hercules/Hyperactive booth C44 (Hall 5.1) at Musikmesse in Frankfurt, Germany, from March 24–28, 2010.
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