A few days ahead of NAMM, the National Association of Music Merchants show, Numark has taken the wraps off its new 4Trak DJ Controller. Which is being billed as the ultimate controller for Traktor software, combining Numark build quality with the performance capabilities of Native Instrument’s software, says Numark.
Numark’s latest 4Trak DJ Controller is equipped with an array of fully mapped controls to make the most of Traktor software. Together with a four channel mixer, four-deck control, touch-strip track search, high resolution platters and a veritable flight deck of 1:1 hardware/software controls.
At the heart of the new Numark 4Trak DJ Controller is a fully independent four-channel mixer which can be used with or without a computer. A full range of inputs and outputs on the 4Trak DJ enable you to connect virtually any device, as well use RCA inputs on each channel and four line-level inputs with two switchable to phono and two switchable to mic.
Its also equipped with touch-sensitive illuminated platters with 3600 ticks of resolution per rotation, built-in 24-bit audio interface with balanced XLR outputs, to name a few features.
For more details on the new Numark 4Trak DJ Controller, and to view the full press release, jump over to the Engadget website. The new 4Trak DJ Controller will be arriving in the next few weeks (Quarter 1 2012) for around $1099.
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