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Numark introduces Mixdeck Express, a DJ system that comes with Virtual DJ software, two CD decks, two USB flash-drive ports, and a three-channel mixer.

Numark will unveil Mixdeck Express at Booth #400 at the 2011 Summer NAMM show from July 21st- 23rd in Nashville, TN.

 

The Mixdeck Express DJ system is designed to be compatible with various music sources that DJs  employ, whether it’s CD, MP3 CDs, USB thumb drives, DJ software or external sources like a turntable or iPod. Mixdeck Express features cue, brake, and reverse controls, a replaceable crossfader, looping capability and large,  touch-sensitive platters for mixing and scratching.

MIDI control is included on each deck of this new universal DJ system along with a built in audio interface for DJing with a  computer.

Balanced XLR outputs provide connection to sound systems, and Mixdeck Express also offers both 1/8”  and 1/4” headphone outputs. DJs can mix in  any external  playback device or microphone using Mixdeck Express’ built-in 3-channel  mixer and external inputs including stereo RCA auxiliary inputs and two  mic inputs - one front-facing and one rear-facing. Each mixer channel  features a three-band EQ with rotary kills. Anti-Shock buffered  skip-protection technology is included on both CD decks.

Mixdeck Express is DJ equipment that comes standard with Virtual  DJ LE software in North/South America and Traktor LE software in  Europe. Virtual DJ LE offers  essential performance features for audio files, karaoke, and videos like  instant BPM detection, Effects, sampling, automatic beatmatch and smart  loops.

 

For more information on the Mixdeck Express, visit www.numark.com/mixdeck.

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