Advertisement iPod DJ Console by Nick Santilli Apr 14, 2005 - 10:38 AM PST 6 Comments While I’m sure iPodLounge will be all over this in the weeks ahead, here’s a quick glimpse of the iPod DJ Mixer. Looks super cool. I’m no DJ, but I could have fun with that I’m sure. Hat-tip Gizmodo Advertisement Advertisement 6 Comments dj phantom February 29th, 2008 i never used it the pricy tag is to much..i might rent it to try at a party ,i agree i was at a banquet and the sound was impeckible… richard November 12th, 2006 can u mack ur onw techno with Numark’s iPod DJ Mixer Johnnie Vargas March 26th, 2006 This is going to set the DJ free. Numark iDj2 with pitch control!!! http://losangeles.craigslist.org/ele/145294883.html George Erazo March 6th, 2006 Wow, I just came in from a “house party” and the music was provided via 2 iPods and a speaker system.. Here’s an example when someone does something right..it catches on. Tapes (walkmans), Cd players, became CDRW’s or MP3’s now we have the “iPod 5000 – 10,000 songs! If you are a DJ this is something you need..Ask yourself, Who carries CDs anymore? this just makes life simple! Its awsome.. Plus I have seen it in person ..Ill get mine next week. Josh Pigford April 14th, 2005 “Itâ€™s nothing but a product to cash in on the popularity of the iPod.” Is that such a bad thing? I wouldn’t say it’s worthless…I’d say it’s a wise business decision. SPeedY_B April 14th, 2005 Unfortunately, It’s nothing but a product to cash in on the popularity of the iPod. iPod = No pitch Control, meaning the mixer is simply using the iPod as a HDD and not as an actual iPod, in turn making the use of an iPod with the mixer/product, completely worthless. Nice idea to have a HDD based mixing console though. Comments are closed.