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iTrax Mixing Console for iPods introduced


Gemini DJ has introduced the iTrax Mixing Console for iPods. The iTrax features dual angled iPod docking cradles, USB connectivity, composite video output, and two phono/line inputs. Each iPod channel features 3-band rotary EQ controls with gain and cut options. The $230 unit also offers a microphone input with 2-band EQ controls, master volume control, cue section, and a user-replaceable X-Fader. Gemini said an enhanced model called the iTrax2 will be released later this year, adding touch-sensitive jog wheels and other new features.


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iPod mixer - pitch control = expensive TOY.

Utterly useless for anyone who’s serious.  Perfect for…oh screw it, put iTunes on crossfade and save your $230.

Posted by PushButtonAction on August 2, 2006 at 11:38 AM (CDT)


ummm…. how is this new? i saw the thing in a catalog and even live here in mexico on an expo back in march…

and i agree with PushButtonAction, this is a pretty senseless gadget. might get the numark idj2 however… *-)

Posted by formatc1702 on August 2, 2006 at 1:08 PM (CDT)


I guess if you wanna DJ Barmitzvas, this is the gadget for you.

Posted by mrdantownsend on August 2, 2006 at 3:41 PM (CDT)


You would think Gemini would have learned from Numark regarding the whole pitch control thing.  Anyways this product will just a horribly as the numark version.  However, Numark is coming out with a newer version very soon.  This on will offer pitch control and scratching capabilities, and it works off of only one iPod instead of two.

Posted by DJLogic on August 2, 2006 at 5:00 PM (CDT)

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