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[NAMM] Flight Cases For NS7 & HDMIX

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Numark announces flight cases for NS7 and HDMIX, on display at the 2009 NAMM Show in Anaheim, Calif., January 15 — 18, 2009 at the Numark booth, number 6400.


NS7 CASE is a coffin-style flight case designed specifically for NS7, the Numark performance controller for Serato ITCH software. NS7 CASE is made of wood, with metal reinforcement. It has two casters and a handle forrolling transport. It features removable front and back panels so DJs can perform with NS7 in the case for safety and security. NS7 CASE accommodates the NS7 laptop stand, as well as other accessories.

HDMIX CASE is a metal reinforced, ATA-style wood flight case for HDMIX. A slide-out tray houses a backlit USB keyboard for fast access to all of the search capabilities of HDMIX.

Pricing & Availability
HDMIX CASE is currently available from DJ and pro audio retailers at an MSRP of $299.99 and an estimated street price of $199.99.
NS7 CASE will be available in Q2, 2009.

For more information, visit their web site at www.numark.com.
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