Sunday, December 13, 2009
Here is product that won't break your pocket when your shopping for the inspiring dj's in your family.
Priced at $99 Ion has a product called Discover DJ which is a controller designed after a traditional dj set up of two turntables and a mixer. Ion says "You can mix and scratch your music, including your iTunes Music Libraries using two large performance platters and a central mixer section with a crossfader, buttons and knobs." Click here for more info.
Wednesday, March 11, 2009
Do you feel it's time to transfer your Vinyls to CDs well ION will be releasing the LP2CD Turntable that has a built in CD burner that allows you to record directly from your Vinyl to a CD without the need for a computer. Click Here for more info
For all those who have been patiently waiting for the NS7 to be released Numark has decided to launch a website dedicated to the NS7 allowing you to see all of the features,NS7 more videos, and even some cool NS7 wallpaper to downloadclick here
Thursday, February 26, 2009
Saturday, February 21, 2009
I featured Beats BY Dre late last year but I just have to post these headphones up again. Dr. Dre is quoted saying "People arent hearing all the music. Artists and producers work hard in the studio perfecting their sound. But people cant really hear it with normal headphones. Most headphones cant handle the bass, the detail, the dynamics. Bottom line, the music doesnt move you. With Beats, people are going to hear what the artists hear, and listen to the music the way they should: the way I do." For $349 dollar I better hear everything. But checkout the video and their website for more info. BEATSBYDRE.COM
Wednesday, February 18, 2009
Liberty Media which owns DirectTV and the Discovery channel loaned Sirius XM Radio $530 million dollars so they would not have to file for bankruptcy. Last week Sirius XM Radio was on the verge of filing chapter 11 do to it's $175 million dollar debt which was actually due Feb. 17th. Even Sirius XM Radio stock has risen to 17 cents from being close to nothing last week and earlier this week.
Wednesday, February 11, 2009
Sirius XM radio prepares to file for bankruptcy, the satellite powerhouse has a debt of $175 Million Dollars due by the end of February. If not able to come up with the capital Sirius XM radio may be taken over by television satellite company EchoStar. For more info checkout New York Times