Numark, maker of the iDJ mixing console for iPods, recently introduced the iCDX digital turntable. The iCDX enables DJs to play and manipulate music stored on a USB drive or iPod. It features an iPod dock, touch sensitive scratch wheel, automatic BPM counter, a digital output, and LCD screen. The iCDX can also connect to a computer and take advantage of “a wide variety of popular DJ software packages,” and features an illuminated CD/DVD drive for playing multiple disc formats with “support for MP3, including ID tags, hot starts, seamless looping, and scratching.” Pricing and availability have not been announced.
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