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Numark DJ2GO Available

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Numark announces that DJ2GO, unveiled at the 2011 Winter NAMM Show in Anaheim, California this past January, is now shipping to retailers.

DJ2GO is a micro controller that  weighs 13 oz. and provides a layout familiar to DJs that includes two  platters, a crossfader, pitch and level controls as well as Deck A, Deck B, Master and Headphone gain controls. In addition, users can load and assign  tracks to either of the two included deck control sections without a mouse. Sync and headphone buttons allow the DJ to sync two tracks  and monitor either deck section.

 

Included with DJ2GO is  a special edition of Virtual DJ software designed to integrate with the  capabilities of DJ2GO. It is MIDI-compliant, and can be used easily with any DJ software by re-mapping the controls in the applicable application. What you need is a connection via a USB cable to a Mac or PC and installation of the Virtual DJ software.

 

Pricing & Availability:

DJ2GO portable DJ controller is now available from musical instrument and DJ retailers with a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price of $79.00 and an estimated  street price of $59.95.

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