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Musikmesse 2011 VIDEO: Numark Demonstrate Mobile DJ System
Numark demonstrate their new Mobile DJ System debuted at Musikmesse 2011 for Gear4music.com.
With dual docks for iPhone and iPod, inputs and effects for two mics and a powerful speaker system all in one box the Mobile DJ is ideal for people wanting to party on the move.
Not only can you play music, but you can mix tracks between two different devices with a cross fader.
Eight effects are on board including Plate Reverb, Chorus, Rotary Speaker, Hall Reverb, Echo, Chorus/Room, Flange and Room Reverb.
More than 12 hours of playback can be achieved with the unit's internal, rechargeable battery or wall power.
The full-range speaker and built-in 20W amplifier ensure clean, clear sound up to 150 feet away.Posted on 11 Apr 2011 10:48 to category : Instruments News
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