Press Releases

December 31, 2006

Numark’s IDJ2 Mixing Console Delivers Pitch Control & Real-Time Scratching for iPod<sup>TM<

Enables mixing with variety of USB-compatible media, and ability to play two songs from the same iPod simultaneously

Cumberland, RI – January 1, 2007. Numark, the world’s leading brand of professional DJ equipment and the driving force behind the High-Tech musical revolution, is pleased to introduce the iDJ2. The Numark iDJ2 is the only iPod mixing console that provides full control of your music, with real-time scratching, pitch control, seamless loop, and full cueing.
The iDJ2 features an innovative new iPod docking system that allows users to play two songs simultaneously from a single iPod, without the need of a computer. Users can also hook up multiple mass storage devices including additional iPods™, Memory Sticks™, and external USB hard drives through rear panel USB ports. In addition to USB connectivity, the iDJ2 comes complete with line inputs for any audio source including a microphone, CD players and turntables.   

Anyone can easily manage their music library using the iDJ2’s highly intuitive graphic interface. The oversized LCD screen offers waveform display and visual track-profiling. The iDJ2 allows DJs to record their musical performances to the iPod or any connected drive, in addition to full control audio play back.

An extraordinary mixing console and portable DJ system, the iDJ2, is the ultimate “podcasting” workstation. iDJ2 supports multiple USB connectivity options, iPodTM docking and charging, and support for MP3, Ogg Vorbis, and AAC (non-DRM) formats.

“The release of iDJ2 has been highly anticipated by the DJ community, the media and our extensive global customer base,” Numark CEO, Jack O’Donnell notes. “It is the perfect system for any iPod owner, music enthusiast and DJ looking for an all-in-one solution for playing and mixing their music library with ease. Numark is truly bringing the art of the DJ to the masses and breaking the boundaries between professional DJs and the everyday needs of music fans for their personal entertainment.”