At NAMM 2009 by Native Instruments was introduced its new product, based on the use of DJ's, both at home and in the club.
The device, called AUDIO 4 DJ, is an external Digital Audio. The slogan for his promotion was chosen "Untwist a pure sound" (from "Spin Pure Sound"). To ensure the crystal sound, as stated, was chosen as AD/DA-converter Cirrus Logic class of high-end.
It achieved the opportunity to get to the exit of high-level signals (up to +10 dB) and operates in a wide range of frequencies. Linear inputs understood to +12 dB, with the possibility of connection revolving objects(player for "vinyl").
At the rear panel AUDIO 4 DJ has four switchable output, which can transmit sound from an external mixer, and a computer can connect to USB 2.0. For there is a headphone output 1/4".
* 4 channels
* Sample rate: 44100, 48000, 88200 and 96000 Hz
* sound: 16 and 24 bit
* Impedance: 1 MO
* Signal to Noise: 99.7 dB
* Entering the headphones: 10-40 kHz, 16-600 Ohm, 93 dB
The size of the device are 101 x 121 x 42 mm, weight of 511 g. Its power is provided from bus USB 2.0.
The roller with non-traditional testing of this interface in strong metal case can be found here. Sales AUDIO 4 DJ already appeared at a cost of $249.
Source: Native Instruments