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NAMM 2011: Numark Releases iM9 DJ Mixer with Digital FX and iPod Dock
Numark, the world's leading manufacturer of DJ technology, introduces the iM9, a professional-grade DJ mixer.
Numark's new four-channel iM9 DJ mixer is designed for creating vibrant, engaging DJ performances.
With the iM9, DJs can mix vinyl, CDs, iPod, microphones or any line-level audio source. Integrated BeatKeeper technology automatically detects a song's BPM, allowing for seamless crossfades from track to track.
The iM9 also features Sync Lock which ensures that once a beat is locked between two sources, it is never lost.
A 3-Band EQ control section allows DJs to shape the music easily and is complimented by a pro-grade crossfader and knobs.
The iM9 also features a host of high-quality beat synced effects make for stunning song transitions and on-the-fly remixes.
The iM9's built-in BeatKeeper technology automatically and accurately tracks a song's BPM which is constantly updated, serving as the basis for the 10 time selectable time division preset buttons.
What's more, any of the 10 different digital effects can be manipulated and applied to any channel including the iPod or the crossfader or main output.Posted on 12 Jan 2011 18:00 to category : Instruments News
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