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Numark NSFX NS7 Effects Controller for Serato ITCH
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With the Numark NSFX NS7 controller DJs can now unlock Serato ITCH's effects capabilities. Designed in collaboration with Serato for the ITCH system,...Click To Read More About This Product
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A controller for Numark's NS7 turntable that offers integration and hands-on control of the effects built into ITCH software.
With the Numark NSFX NS7 controller DJs can now unlock Serato ITCH's effects capabilities. Designed in collaboration with Serato for the ITCH system, NSFX is designed to mate perfectly with NS7, delivering seamless integration and hands-on control of the wide range of effects built into ITCH.
Because Numark designed the NSFX in collaboration with Serato, it is seamlessly compatible with latest version of ITCH and is also class compliant, requiring nothing more than plugging the integrated USB cable in for activation. All controls are pre-mapped and no software-driver installation is needed so you can literally plug and play with NSFX and the latest version of ITCH.
Club DJs will appreciate the NSFX's light-up controls that indicate each control's setting and/or status for visual feedback in virtually any lighting environment.
- Activates and controls the effects in Serato ITCH with NS7
- Chain multiple effects to a single source
- Routes effects to either deck or to the Aux or Main outputs
- Designed in collaboration with Serato for seamless compatibility with the latest version of ITCH
- Light-up controls make it easy to keep tabs on effects status
- Plug-and-play USB supplies power and works without installing drivers
- Conveniently mounts on NS7's integrated laptop stand
- Fits in NS7 case (sold separately) for protection in transit to the gig
Unlock the effects in ITCH with the only effects controller designed for the NS7 when you order the NSFX today.