The Ultimate Ipod DJ System?

February 26, 2010 by Mobile Beat

Straight from one of my favorite sites for Gadgets – Think Geek – It’s the ultimate Ipod DJ System.  Check it out at:

It’s almost seven o’clock, and all of the boring suits have left the office. Only those selec

t few crazies (like yourself) are left – aka: the cool ones. And now it’s time to party! Whip out your MP3 player, grab one from another cool cat, and plug them into your Pocket Sized MP3 Player Mixing Deck. Now you are DJ [insert your DJ name here] and the time has come for you to rock the office.
The Pocket Sized MP3 Player Mixing Deck easily connects to the headphone jack of any MP3 player (that is, any with a standard 1/8th” headphone jack) with the included cables. Then you can easily fade between players with just a slide of the . . . um . . . slider. Why, you can even preview the next song you plan to play with the separately controlled headphone jack! See, no matter where you go, the party will follow (you’ll just need to add the speakers of your choosing). So long as you have your, Pocket Sized MP3 Player Mixing Deck, that is. Party on, Wayne.
Pocket Sized MP3 Player Mixing Deck

Everything you need to mix back and forth between two MP3 players.
Pocket sized for instant DJ action.
Preview the next song with a separate, volume-controlled headphone jack.
Easily fade between MP3 players with the smooth slider.
Includes: Mixing deck, 2 short audio cables (for connecting to MP3 players), 1 long audio cable (to connect to speakers – not included), and earbuds.
Batteries: 4 AAA (not included)
Mixing Deck: approx. 4.5″ x 2.5″ x 1.25″
Long Cable: 40″
Short Cable: 17″

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