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Numark N4 - Controlador de DJ (4 canales), color plateado

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Precio: EUR 374,01
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  • Ofreciendo 4 pletinas de control software y un mezclador incorporado que puede ser utilizado con o sin ordenador, el N4 ha sido diseñado para los DJs que buscan potentes prestaciones en un formato ligero y portátil. N4 es un completo controlador DJ que dispone de todo lo necesario para realizar una actuación del más alto nivel: grandes paltos sensibles al tacto, cuatro pletinas de control software con controles para bucles y efectos, un interface de audio USB incorporado y una potente secci

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Especificaciones técnicas
Peso del producto3,4 Kg
Dimensiones del producto57,2 x 30 x 6,4 cm
Número de modelo del productoN4
Cantidad de canales del operador4
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Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon nº5.292 en Instrumentos musicales (Ver los 100 más vendidos)
Producto en Amazon.es desde6 de agosto de 2012
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Otras características:
Adaptador AC incluido: Si
Altura: 6,1 cm
Ancho: 30,48 cm
Cables incluidos: USB
Cantidad de canales: 4
Color del producto: Plata
Conexión a Internet: No
Ecualizador: Si
Frecuencia de muestreo: 44,1 kHz
Guía de configuración rápida: Si
Micrófono, jack de entrada: Si
Peso: 3,2 kg
Procesamiento digital del sonido: 16 Bit
Profundidad: 57,15 cm
Rango de frecuencia: 20 - 20000 Hz

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18 de 20 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
Great Realese By Numark 7 de marzo de 2012
Por Orrion - Publicado en Amazon.com
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If your in the market to upgrade from a Mixtrack pro than this is it! Your looking at a clean & nice finish with quality similar to the NDX lines. It looks as it's an extension to my 2 NDX 400s. Put them together and you got one of the baddest equipment set ups around! Now jumping into the N4 I was disappointed. I knocked off a star cause it's definetly not a plug and play type of thing with doing a bit of tweaking through the software you use. The Mixtrack Pro was so easier to use by just plugging in and play right out the box, but the N4... I think your gonna be alittle frustrated like me. Serato Intro you'll encounter no issues when it comes to plug and play but as for Virtual DJ & Traktor... You may need to pop a few pills of asprin. Virtual DJ PRO your gonna encounter issues trying to hear your cues indvidually through your headphones. Your gonna have to get used to holding shift to use your hot cues and other functions. As for the cross fader being active? Whatever... Now this is coming from using Virtual DJ 7 Pro (b380) and it's purchased! I know it comes with a 4 deck edition of Virtual DJ LE but I prefer 2 decks and use the 2 other lines for its external sources such as my NDXs. It is known you can timecode line 3-4 to Virtual DJ but at this juncture I really don't wanna mix like that cause I found my use better than what Numark tried to market. I'm a novice turntablist and I have a USBs filled with samples. Traktor 2 PRO.... right out the box plug and play... not gonna happen. Your gonna have to go the Numark website to download the map and skin to know where everything is located. N4 is no doubt a powerful device but right out the box, your gonna need to work on a few things to make it work properly. #DJ Okaishun p.s. I've ordered from a Seller iDJnow and I've recieved the package a day early before the estimation
9 de 9 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
Great upgrade from Mixtrack Pro!!! 10 de octubre de 2012
Por John F. - Publicado en Amazon.com
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As stated in a previous review, this is a GREAT upgrade from a Numark Mixtrack Pro. With 4 channels, (two of which can be external inputs) this mixer gets the job done. It feels a bit heavy, and well built. The chasis is made of plastic, but it still feels like a solid piece of hardware.

I knicked off 1 start because when i first plugged it in to use Serato DJ Intro, THERE WAS NO SOUND!!! I could completly control the program, but was not getting any sound. (Using a mac btw) Once i also installed Virtuasl DJ LE, in that prgram i chose to Numark n4 as the primary audio output source, and everyting worked fine. I re-opened Dj Intro, and the sound was working perfectly. So if anyone has that issue, that is how i fixed it.

There is a faceplate that lays over the top buttons to use with serato, which is very nice and very usefull. The balanced XLR outputs are WONDERFUL, and the sound quality that pumps out of this mixer is of high quality, because it also runs on an external power source. All of the buttons feel very solid, and the faders feel good too. The fader knobs can pop off and on. So if for some reason a fader knob pops off, FEAR NOT, it will pop right back on. The illuminated lights that tell you there is sound is a very nice feature. It helps control the volume really well. Simple plug and play when it came to serato. Virtual DJ i didnt really experiment with, as i dont really like to use it.

Overall....for begginer, and intermediate DJ's, esspecialy mobile Dj's, this is a great mixer. With the option to plug in 2 additional inputs, and a GREAT sounding microphone output (you can mix treble and bass and it sounds great) this is definatly a significant upgrade from a begginers mixer like the Mixtrack Pro, or the DDJ-ERGO by pioneer, or even the DDJ-WEGO. Definatly worth the money. Now grant it, there are other 4 channel mixers out there that are way better than this that feature auto loop knobs, better efeect knobs, etc. But for the price, and how well this mixer performs, you cant beat it. For a fraction of what those other 4 channel mixers cost, this is very WELL worth the money.
14 de 16 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
Awesome controller - Just take time to learn 24 de marzo de 2012
Por E. Martinez - Publicado en Amazon.com
I sort of rushed into my purchase of the Numark N4. Had I researched it a bit more, honestly I would have ended up buying something else. Unfortunately, at the time of purchase, there wasn't many reviews out there. That being said, at this point, I don't regret my purchase at all. It is an awesome mixer with tons of features, and it is so much fun to work with. It just took some time and frustration to be able to figure out how to get everything to work properly.

First of all, totally not plug and play. I use it with Virtual DJ Pro, and even with help from Numark it took me awhile to get everything working correctly. Sync wasn't working. Headphone cues weren't working. I just now figured out how to get the cross fade to work properly. I even tried to take it back at one point!

I've since used it on a few small gigs, and it has worked great without a hitch. I love that this mixer is 4 channels! I hook my Pioneer CDJs up to it and it works like a charm. It just looks cool! It gets lots of attention. Its going to take a little bit of patience, but once you get all the bugs worked out, you won't regret your purchase! Numark tried really hard to make sure I was satisfied with their product.
6 de 6 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
Numark N4 Midi Controller/Mixer Review 10 de abril de 2014
Por Mr. Peabody - Publicado en Amazon.com
After reading nothing but bad reviews by people who know nothing about Djing or being a turntablist, I decided to write a more informative non-one sided review. First of all I have been a DJ for over 15 years now. First spinning on turntables back in the late part of the 90's, now moving on to digital DJing with controllers and time code vinyl. I believe I have had enough experience to set a lot of the negative comments about this particular product to rest. There are positive things about this controller, as well as negative. I won't be giving a one sided view on this, just because I spent a lot of money on it, and want others to do so also.
I tested this controller on all three of the top brand DJ software programs out there. Traktor 2.6.8, Serato DJ 1.6, and Virtual DJ Pro 7.4.453. I used these programs as they are the most common among digital DJs out there right now. I use two of them myself (Traktor and Serato). All have their upsides and downsides. That is not always the controller's fault. Virtual DJ, for instance, is the worst most overpriced software one can make the mistake of purchasing. For any controller. Not just in my opinion, but anyone who knows anything about what makes a good mixing program. The beat grid analysis on VDJ is horrible. I've seen it mismatch a simple four on the floor sample before. As well as having a limited, almost childish effects section. It used to have a notch ahead of the other two programs by offering video mixing. Now though, Serato 1.6 has added that feature also. This software is geared more towards the beginner, novice, or mobile DJ. The other two programs are fully customizable, and midi mappable. Allowing you to setup more than one midi device and change the entire setup of what button, fader, or knob does what. They also tend to analyze tracks more accurately. Meaning you don't have to edit the beatgrid later (or on the fly).
Now that is cleared up, lets talk about getting software updates. Any controller, like the N4, is a plug and play audio device for Windows and Mac OSX. You just need to know what you're doing with the operating system that you're using in order to use things like these. Make sure, and I can't stress enough, to turn on the device before plugging it in to the USB port. Otherwise Windows might not recognize the device and you will have to uninstall and re-install it with device manager. Also, for people with software not working with it, look at the Numark webpage. There are updates for VDJ that will patch and fix the issues with it. If you need help making it work with Traktor, make sure you have the latest version installed. Download the mapping .tsi file, go into Traktor and open settings, click on import, and import the file. Set up the audio outputs and you're off! Serato is plug and play, no problems at all.
Ok...on to the pros and cons. PROS - Feels familiar if you've ever used a Mixtrack, Mixtrack Pro, or NS-6. Some say it's like a hybrid of the Mixtrack Pro and NS-6. Which is a good explanation. Jog wheels are nice and tightly mapped. Full range and size pitch faders, three band EQ, and gain/filter knobs. Line faders are nice, and feel just like the NS-6. Browser section is great just like the Mixtrack Pro. The pitch bend buttons have been relocated to the bottom of the board so as not to accidentally hit the jog wheel while fine tuning a beat match. Shift button offers layers, basically doubles how many reprogrammable buttons you have overall. Carrying handles for easy transport. Two microphone inputs with EQ, and two headphone jacks (1/4 inch and 1/8 inch). Great if you're trying to teach someone to DJ. Lights are all nice and bright, as well as colorful. Balanced XLR, RCA master and booth output. And of course it's a stand alone mixer with two phono/line inputs on channels 3-4.
CONS - Virtual DJ label on it is ugly, wish they didn't put anything on it like that. Glossy finish doesn't resist fingerprints or dust well. Traktor mappings, official and unofficial, are not to my liking. Easily remappable through the software though. Wish the headphone jacks were on the side instead of the bottom, just a personal preference. Does take a while to get up and running with the particular software I use it with. That does get done faster now that I know what I am doing. No hot cue section on Serato or Traktor. Buttons, clicky buttons, I hate buttons. Plastic construction feels cheap, but in this price range there are no metal constructed controllers with all of these features.
Overall a very nice mid level controller from Numark. I paired it up with two Akai LPD8s on either side because I prefer velocity sensitive pads over clicky, easily broken buttons any day. All in all, this controller/mixer is not for everybody. You should do your homework and try to know what you're doing before judging anything IMO. I never write a review until I do everything I can to test and completely evaluate a product before-hand. Not unhappy with this purchase at all. More info can be found on youtube and google for this product. That's how I did most of my research.
8 de 9 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
Numark N4 - Review from Trinidad 14 de agosto de 2012
Por Rookoosmart - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I've recently purchased the Numark N4 and let me tell you something, it is ideal for DJs like me who are accustom to keyboard mixing with Virtual DJ who want to take that next step into your DJ Career or want to enjoy it as a hobby more. For over 7 years I've been DJing with Virtual DJ and only using the keyboard. I learnt all the concepts of DJing like that and through other DJs. Purchasing this controller is the point where you can break into the more Professional feel of the trait . You can mix in Virtual DJ and Serato Intro which allows you to get more specialized in what you know as well as applying it to a more lightweight and relevant DJ application. The Audio is great ! Controls are amazing, for the price I wasn't expecting this much, but it is as mind - blowing as this review is. I recommend it to anyone who's ready to make that leap from bedroom DJ to probably a mobile DJ ? However you look at it, it's the best way to take your first step into the professional arena.

Additionally - I've owned the Numark IDJ3 mixed on the Mixtrak Pro and they both are nothing compared to this , buy those things for your son for Christmas - they are TOYS. You get the N4 , you advance your skill and it's a piece of software you can hang onto for a decent amount of time (unlike the Numark IDJ3 I owned, sold that after 2 months).