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AUDIO 2 DJ utilizes low-latency drivers for Mac OS X

updated 04:40 pm EDT, Tue July 21, 2009

AUDIO 2 DJ announced

Native Instruments has announced the AUDIO 2 DJ, a compact USB audio interface intended for DJs. The device utilizes the same audio technology as the AUDIO 8 DJ and AUDIO 4 DJ interfaces but is much more compact -- about the size of a deck of cards. The AUDIO 2 DJ uses dual stereo outputs to connect two decks separately into an external DJ mixer or output independent signals when mixing music on a computer. These outputs provide a +9.7dBu audio signal and low-latency drivers for Mac OS X to help ensure tight mixing.

The AUDIO 2 DJ supports TRAKTOR and other DJ software and utilizes a 24bit, 96kHz Cirris Logic converters, making it compatible with demanding club systems. The device comes with two RCA break-out cables that plug into the interface.

The AUDIO 2 DJ will be released in September for $120 and be available from the Native Instruments online store.




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