Numark (DJ Equipment)

Numark Industries is a global DJ equipment brand owned by inMusic Brands. It makes DJ mixers, turntables, MIDI controllers and DJ CD players. Recently, it introduced DJ DVD mixing consoles. Numark has also started to build upon the world of computer DJing through its own mixing software called Cue.

Numark has launched a second brand, ION Audio, for their consumer line products, including many electronics that plug into computers via USB, and recently extended its portfolio with the acquisition of Alesis and Akai Professional.

Numark was owned by Jack O'Donnel. In 2012, InMusic Brands acquired Numark, including its ION Audio, Alesis and Akai Professional brands.

Players


  • Axis 9
  • CDX
  • HDX
  • iCDX
  • NS7
  • V7

Mixers

  • iDJ
  • iDJ2
  • 200FX
  • 5000FX
  • CM100
  • CM200 / CM200USB
  • DM1000X
  • DM1002MK2
  • DM1050
  • DM1090X
  • DM1720X
  • DM2050
  • DM3050
  • DM950 / DM950USB
  • DXM01USB
  • DXM06
  • DXM09
  • DXMPRO
  • PPD01
  • PPD9000
  • PRO SM-1
  • PRO SM-2
  • PRO SM-3
  • PRO SMX
  • X5
  • X7

Amplifiers

  • Dimension 3
  • Dimension 4
  • RC-8 Rack Conditioner
  • RM-6 Rack Mixer

Soundcards

  • DJ|iO
  • STEREO|iO

Software

  • Numark CUE
  • Numark Virtual Vinyl
  • Mixmeister (acquired 2007, last update released 2009)

USB/Software Controllers

  • Numark TOTAL CONTROL
  • Numark OMNI CONTROL
  • Numark STEALTH CONTROL
  • Numark NS7/NS7FX
  • Numark V7
  • Numark DMC2
  • Numark Mixtrack
  • Numark Mixtrack Pro
  • Numark Mixdeck
  • Numark Mixdeck Express
  • Numark Mixdeck Quad
  • Numark MixMeister Controller
  • Numark iDJ3
  • Numark iDJ Live
  • Numark iDJ Pro
  • Numark NDX800
  • Numark NDX900
  • Numark NuVJ
  • Numark DJ2GO
  • Numark NS6
  • Numark N4
  • Numark Mixtrack II
  • Numark Mixtrack Pro II
  • Numark NS7 II
  • Numark Orbit

External links

  • Numark.com Official Website
  • ION Audio Official Website
  • Jack O'Donnell, president - On new ownership of Alesis and Numark , Pro-Music-News , 2001
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