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Numark NDX500 DJ Controller Announced
The touch-sensitive jog-wheel has been developed with adaptive platter technology, calibrating itself for optimum performance in any environment. In the CD player, anti-shock will make sure the music keeps going even if your CD skips.
The NDX500 comes with controls mapped to Serato DJ, so if you're a Serato user you can start performing straight away, it instantly works with Windows and Mac OS X.
Other features include the ability to pitch tracks up or down by 100%, text display which allows you to navigate media files easily and Auto BPM with tap override.
The NDX500 is expected to be released this Autumn.
By Alice Thomson
Posted on 17 Sep 2014 11:36 to category : Instruments News
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