MESSE11: DJ On Wheels

Numark debuts Mobile DJ PA system for iPod      06/04/11

MESSE11: DJ On Wheels


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Numark has introduced MOBILE DJ, a portable Dual iPod DJ System. Here's what they have to say about it...
MOBILE DJ enables DJs to take the party anywhere with dual docks for iPod and iPhone, Aux inputs, dual microphone inputs with effects, and a powerful speaker system, all in one box. DJs can play music and mix between tracks on two different devices with the crossfader, and sing or rap carrying just one portable unit.
The extensive effects section of MOBILE DJ incorporates eight effect types including Plate Reverb, Chorus, Rotary Speaker, Hall Reverb, Echo, Chorus/Room, Flange and Room Reverb. The Room, Plate and Hall Reverbs and the Chorus/Room effect all offer multiple settings, allowing MOBILE DJ to create that perfect sound for everything from karaoke to voiceovers.
MOBILE DJ's all-in-one sound system for iPod, microphone, or other audio sources can perform for more than 12 hours on its internal, rechargeable battery or wall power. The full-range speaker and powerful amplifier ensures clean, clear sound up to 150 feet away. Sturdy construction and portable design with wheels and a telescoping handle make MOBILE DJ able to turn any location into an instant DJ venue.
"MOBILE DJ brings the club sound anywhere," said Chris Roman, Senior Product Manager, Numark. "Any DJ with two iPods or other audio sources can roll right up and get the party started instantly, no cables required."
Pricing and Availability:
MOBILE DJ will be available from musical instrument and DJ retailers in Q2 2011. More information:


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