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iDJ2 - fits in your bag, or in a bloody great big case
iDJ2 - fits in your bag, or in a bloody great big case
Posted by Gizmo on January 17, 2008 :

Numark iDJ2 road ready case
The days of turning up with one case and rocking a crowd are here. Numark's all in one crowd rocking digital masterpiece the iDJ2 now has a dedicated case - one that comfortably houses the iDJ2 and also the keyboard on one snug unit.

PR verbiage:
NUMARK DEBUTS ROAD CASE FOR iDJ2
Travel Case Offers Rugged Protection for Award-Winning iDJ2 Mixer and Accessories


Cumberland, R.I. (Jan. 16, 2008 ) – Numark, the world’s leading manufacturer of products for the DJ market, introduces the iDJ2 Road Case (CS-5) at the 2008 Winter NAMM show in Anaheim, CA.

Numark’s iDJ2 changed the DJ world with its revolutionary user interface and easy integration with Apple's iPod and other mass storage devices. Now the most powerful DJ system for iPod just got more portable; the iDJ2 Road Case is the ideal way to protect and extend the life of the iDJ2.

Built from solid-construction steel, aluminum and fiber materials, the iDJ2 Road Case provides the protective shell in which the iDJ2 travels for DJs on the go. Flight-grade, form-fitted foam fits snugly around the iDJ2 and keeps all of the buttons, knobs and faders protected. There's even storage space for cables and hard drives, as well as a slide-under keyboard tray so your entire iDJ2 rig can go wherever you do. While supplies last, the iDJ2 Road Case comes with a free USB keyboard for the iDJ2.

Numark’s iDJ2 Road Case will be available Q2 - 2008 from most musical instrument retailers at an MSRP of $399.


I actually have one of these in the lab right now but no sooner has it arrived than it has to go to another show this weekend so I haven't even had a chance to play. I did see it at PLASA though and it was a perfect case for the iDJ2.

In the 2008 Golden Gizmos, there will be a new award - The "uuurrgghhhh - did you just drop one?" award for most spurious and whiffy BS smelling PR claim. "Numark's iDJ2 changed the DJ world" is the current front runner, but I'm sure there will be some other humdingers to come this year in the race for digital supremacy.


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On January 17, 2008, BattleFunk said this:
we liked this unit at DJ Show North, but it looks like they left the good quality black knobs on it and also stayed with the cheap feeling silver ones too







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