Numark just announced the NVII, the successor to its NV controller that was the first Serato DJ controller with built-in screens. Updates include the displays which now show gridlines for easier visual beatmatching and five-column music sorting, along with updated jogwheels.
We got an exclusive video of the Numark Party Mix in action a few weeks back, but here at NAMM 2016 we have had a chance to see a full production unit upfront and personal, and a demure little thing it is too - much smaller than we were expecting, yet still containing everything needed for basic DJing.
With vinyl seemingly picking up more and more new fans right now, Numark is showing the PT01 Touring portable record player here at NAMM 2016. It's a cute little design that can be folded up like a briefcase to bring with you wherever the vinyl bug bites.
Numark just announced the CD Mix USB here at NAMM 2016, a modern take on its popular CD Mix self-contained DJ system. It now sports two USB drive slots, in addition to its classic configuration of twin CD players, two-channel mixer with built-in effects, and microphone inputs.
Numark just launched the new Red Wave Carbon headphones here at NAMM 2016. It sports a new carbon fibre look while maintaining the Numark Red Wave's features. We reviewed the original Numark Red Wave headphones a while back, and thought they offered good value.
Numark is showing its new Dashboard here at NAMM 2016, and we got in early at the Media Preview Day to get an exclusive first look. Basically a set of screens akin to those found on the Numark NS7III, the Numark Dashboard can be added to any Serato set-up or controller, including DVS.
Not content with building disco lighting into its practice and PA speakers, Numark has now added lighting to a DJ controller. The new model is called Party Mix, and three lights have been added to the rear of the unit to give a rather impressive light show. Party Mix comes in at very low price point, just £69 here in the UK.