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Numark NDX500

Tabletop DJ player from Numark .

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Numark introduced this weekend at BPM a new product range for DJs, including the NDX500 CD/USB player and MIDI controller.

The Numark NDX500 is a CD player with built-in USB audio interface and MIDI controller functionality. It is optimized for Serato DJ. It includes the Numark Anti-Shock buffered protection technology and an Auto-BPM analysis feature that overrides the Tap Tempo value.

Specifications:

  • Audio and MP3 CD and USB player
  • Built-in USB audio interface, Mac and PC compatible
  • Touch-sensitive jog wheel for scratch and search
  • USB MIDI to control a DJ software
  • Auto-BPM with tap tempo override function
  • Time Start/Stop for brake-style effect
  • 3 hot cues
  • Looping with Stutter Start for loop effects
  • Pitch Shifter
  • Master Tempo that preserves the beat while pitch shifting
  • Text display for file browsing
  • Pre-mapped for Serato DJ

The NDX500 will be available this Fall for a US price of $249. Visit www.numark.com for more info.

 

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