Numark DJ|IO 2 audio interface NAMM 2014

Numark has a habit of blitzing trade shows with heaps of new product, some of which is often in a hands-off perspex case. But they had an immense year in 2013, so it’s understandable that they take a break and catch their breath. So their NAMM 2014 offering is a revised DJ|IO 2 audio interface.

You know the drill — the official words:

EASY PRO AUDIO FOR EVERY DJ: NUMARK UNVEILS
THE DJ|iO 2 USB AUDIO INTERFACE

DJ|iO 2 offers affordable studio-grade 24-bit/44.1 kHz audio quality,
ultra-clean setup, and easy recording.

Cumberland, R.I. (January 23, 2014) – Numark’s original DJ|iO audio interface offered DJs a simple and affordable way to get up and running with any DJ controller that lacked a built-in audio interface. At NAMM 2014, Numark will be showing DJ|iO 2, an updated and enhanced version of DJ|iO, which will be even more affordable and includes the ability to send the mix and mic signals into a computer for recording.

“In addition to its new routing capabilities, we’ve also made DJ|iO 2 much more compact,” said Chris Roman, Numark Product Manager. “Both in size and price, it’s now easier than ever to fit it into your setup.”

DJ|iO 2 is class-compliant, USB-powered, and includes a ¼-inch headphone output with volume control, RCA master outputs, ¼-inch microphone input, and ultra-low-latency signal path designed for real-time mixing. Numark will unveil DJ|iO 2 in Hall A, Booth 6700 at the 2014 NAMM Show, January 23-26 in Anaheim, California.

For more information, visit numark.com/WNAMM2014.

Once again, another product getting optimised. If you were expecting an 8 channel NS12, I think you’re likely to be ridiculously disappointed right now.


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