Product Type: Numark turntables
Description:Manufacturer: Numark / Model: CDX / Vinyl Controlled CD Turntable / Heavy duty turntable motor with aluminum platter / ... more
Numark CDX ... 33,45rpm / CD, CD-R, CD-RW, MP3 CD / 8 times oversampling / 20Hz to 20.00Hz +/- 2dB / 14.5ins x 17.75ins x 5.25ins / The CDX is built with the same ultra–high torque direct drive motor as our flagship TTX, complete with 12–inch vinyl and slipmat. With a 3,000 cue–point memory, ±100% pitch control, Beatkeeper auto–synchronization and a wide range of DSP effects, you can make the most of digital music storage without losing the feel of real vinyl. Bridging the gap between vinyl and digital media, the CDX is the best of both worlds. The Numark CDX doesn't merely emulate a turntable - mechanically, it IS a turntable! Its ultra-high torque motorized 12 in. platter holds a real vinyl record for the ultimate in feel. Styled after the flagship TTX, the CDX features a 5.0 kgf/cm torque direct drive motor, aluminum platter, dual "battle-style" controls, and forward/reverse toggle. It also has a superior VFD display, slot-load CD transport, and extensive DSP functionality. The CDX has several modes for scratching and looping, including auto beat matching and effortless Smart Looping. Other features include extensive cue store/recall with multiple sets for each CD; beat-synched digital FX, including sonar, slide, filter, echo, & chop; and control wheel effects manipulation.
Newest Review: ... took the opportunity to make something more like CDJ and Turntable with this Numark CDX. From the front loading deck it ... more
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Customer Numark CDX Reviews (1)
by - written on 01/03/10 (Very useful, 477 readings)
After being in the DJing world for a good year or so I am relatively familiar with turntables and CDJ players. I first started like most DJs nowadays with turntables, these can be relatively cheap for low end turntables only setting you back around £100 including a mixer and will help you become more confident and that you want to follow DJing since you don't want to go and invest £2000 for a pair of pioneer CDJ players and a month later, not be interested in them anymore. One thing I have always thought is that since music nowadays is now first out on MP3 and CDs why still stick with vinyl, many think that CDJ doesn't show your skill at scratching and isn't ... Read the complete review