Love the DJ scene and want to be one of the top spinners on the world one of these days? Well, if you fall under that category, chances are you would have done your homework on the who’s who in the world of DJing, including all the equipment required to be a top notch deckmeister. Numark is one of those names that crop up time and again if you’re into quality DJ technology as well as equipment, and this time round the company will be offering a new range of tabletop CD turntables which include the NDX200 scratch CD turntable and NDX400 scratch MP3/CD turntable with USB input, where both models will make their official debut held over the weekend at the Summer NAMM Show at the Nashville Convention Center.
Let’s take a closer look at what these two tabletop CD turntables are able to do – the NDX200 is a scratch CD turntable with a heavy, rugged build and a large scratch wheel for comfortable performance. It will boast Numark?s Anti-Shock buffered skip-protection technology which ensures the music will keep on playing even when vibrations might cause other players to skip, so that the crowd won’t have to grapple with sudden stops in the music whenever you’re spinning. It also comes with seamless looping capability which is useful for creating and integrating loops in instant remixes. You can cook up your very own playlist thanks to single, continuous, and programmable playback, while the fader start feature allows the NDX200 to start playing when the DJ moves the crossfader on a compatible mixer.
As for the NDX400, it comes with all the features and capabilities found on the NDX200 including scratch, alongside throwing in additional key upgrades for your spinning pleasure. It not only does CDs up plays MP3 CDs as well for additional lengthy playback from a single disc. Not only that, you can also store music on your USB flash drive for added flexibility when it comes to toting gyour music around. The NDX400 also boasts advanced braking for vinyl-style startup and stopping of playback, and a reverse mode enables DJs to incorporate special effects. There are three hot cue points to choose from for quick access to key points in the track.