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24-Bit, Two-Channel Digital Mixer Delivers Premium Looks, Feel and Performance.

Numark is now shipping X5, its new two-channel digital mixer. Borrowing from the industrial design of the award- winning Numark family of ITCH controllers, X5 perfectly complements the company's V7 motorized turntable software controller.

While Numark designed X5 for a perfect fit between a pair of V7s, the two-channel mixer is compatible with all turntables, CD players and other sources. DJs will immediately appreciate X5's rugged, club- friendly construction, which includes high-quality knobs, buttons and faders, as well as, Numark's CP PRO crossfader, the same used in the company's universally acclaimed NS7 motorized digital DJ controller.

This 24-bit, high-resolution mixer contains high-end A/D and D/A circuitry and powerful look-ahead limiters at the master, booth, and headphone outputs to deliver virtually lossless, clip-proof audio performance.

Performance DJs will appreciate the fit and finish of X5 along with the mixer's professional touches, including crossfader and line-fader slope and reverse controls, channel Transform triggers, repositionable phono/line switches, three-band combination EQ/kills on each channel and mini-crossfader cueing control. High quality connections including balanced analog, S/PDIF optical and coaxial digital outputs ensure optimal transmission of DJs' performances to amplification and recording systems.

"X5 is the perfect mate to a pair of V7s," said Chris Roman, Product Development Manager, Numark. "It gives you high-end feel, total performance control and a look that perfectly compliments the other elements of your set-up."

X5 is available now from musical instrument and DJ retailers.

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