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[NAMM] Gemini DJ CDJ-700

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Gemini DJ unveils its new family of media players at NAMM 2011, the CDJ-700 tabletop media player.

Gemini’s new family of media players combines the ability to access, search and perform their music in several formats (WAV, AIFF, MP3, or AAC) from a CD, USB memory device, or SD (SDHC) card with playback controls.

 

The CDJ-700 is a tabletop media player with advanced controls such as loop adjust and slip mode. The CDMP-7000 is a media workstation with the traditional two-decks-and-a-mixer layout DJs are used to, along with two large, touch-sensitive platters with LCD displays, and controls for cueing, looping, and scratching your music. The CDMP-2700 is a 2U dual rackmount media player that combines the features of the family in a compact mobile design.

 

The new line of media players have input/output options including digital outs with 24-bit/192 kHz A/D converters. Components include slot-in CD-ROMs designed to allow quick transition between discs, and a DSP-effects engine with six effects. The new line of media players can be used as a MIDI controller with any DJ software.

 

Availability

The CDJ-700 tabletop media player pricing is TBD and will be available through musical instrument, electronics, and DJ retailers in the first half of 2011.

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