Cortex Unveils New All-In-One DJ Station

November 26, 2007 by Mobile Beat

Integrating the power of its patent pending USB compatible technology with a mixer section and an iPodTM Dock, Cortex, a part of GCI Technologies, announced the retail release of the dMIX-300 Digital Music Control Station, the first-ever compact, easy to carry, all-in-one mixing solution for the Digital DJ.
Sleekly designed and weighing only a mere 12 lbs, the dMIX-300 is sure to be the portable DJ media player of choice for the digital DJ on the go. Integrating Cortex’s patent pending USB compatible technology with a 2-channel audio mixer and a built-in iPod® Dock (suitable for all iPod® models), DJs can search, cue, play, pitch, mix and even scratch digital music files (MP3 or WAV) directly from their iPod® or any other external USB storage device!

Fully CBR and VBR MP3 compatible and boasting essential features such as iTunes playlist compatibility, two Tri Mode Jog Wheels for search or pitch bend, two 80 character dot matrix playback info displays, a rear mounted USB port for storage device sharing and external CD/DVD-ROM drive option, individual RCA outputs for Master, Booth and Record, and a USB keyboard connection offering faster search and navigation, the dMIX-300 delivers optimum functionality and unmatched control of your digital music files.

The mixer section comes fully equipped with a 3-band EQ per channel with Gain Control, blue “Fluid” diffused VU meters, cue fader, Master/Cue select for headphone output, 1/4″ mic input with 2 band EQ, Auxiliary Inputs for Phono or Line devices, ultra-precise Pitch Control with a range of +/- 24% and a 45mm SuperSmooth Crossfader with selectable cross fader curve.

Easy to carry, easy to use, and at an MSRP of $999.00 (street price approximately $600.00), the dMIX-300 is the ultimate digital music control station that is perfect for portable set-ups, permanent installations as well as mobile DJ rigs.

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