2 Real Cueing Solutions

September 16, 2013 by Mobile Beat

mb151_125Native Instruments has released TRAKTOR DJ Cable, a compact audio splitter designed for mobile DJ setups using an iPhone, iPad or a laptop. It splits audio from TRAKTOR’s virtual decks into two outputs, allowing headphone track cueing. The TRAKTOR DJ Cable connects to the output of an iOS device, where it is “instantly” recognized in TRAKTOR. Clearly marked headphone and amplifier outputs make it simple to know where to connect each cable. The cable also works with other iOS DJ software for a compact, “road-ready” DJ setup. It is available at retailers or via the Native Instruments Online Shop for $19.99.



With the free Slussen app, you can use the new 3.5 mm Adapter from Urbanears ($14.99 online) with your iPhone, iPod or other iOS device to preview and mix tracks. Connect your headphones and sound system to the adapter via the two 3.5mm jacks. It’s small enough to carry on your keychain, so you’ll never be without a real DJ mixer, always ready to pump up the jams.







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