Numark's iDJ2 Lets You Mix Tracks from the Same iPod

Numark's iDJ2, a mixing table that allows you to mix up tracks from the same iPod is to be launched next month. We touched on the prototype earlier this year, which got a thumbs-up-with-reservations from DJ Scott Paradis, but this is the final version. Key features, and price, below.

Large backlit, display with revolutionary user interface
Key lock support for maintaining key while tempo shifting
Integrated iPod slot with adjustable mount
Seamless looping, pitch control, scratching capability via jog wheels
Visual Track Profiles to skip through phrases
Facilitates mixing with three or more USB Hard Drives or Apple iPods with USB hub
USB ports to plug in iPods, thumb drives and hard drives
Play music off two iPods simultaneously, including two songs off same iPod
Formats supported: MP3, WAV and AAC (unprotected)
Pitch control with range up to +25% and down to 100%
Beatkeeper technology with TAP override function
Search ability via two large jog wheels
USB Keyboard support
3-band EQ with gain control on both channels
Dedicated microphone input with tone and level control
Phono/line inputs on both channels for adding additional devices

Expect to pay around $600 for this when it's out next month. It remains for Scott (he posts comments here under the name Diggabyte) to tell us whether Numark's tweaks make it worth forking out for. [Numark via iLounge]