Numark has given its NV controller a massive makeover with the reveal of its successor: the NVII.
The original NV amassed popularity thanks to its full-color screens that real-time feedback of Serato DJ, and the NVII takes these to the next level with the addition of gridlines so DJs can visualize the beat of their tracks. The NVII also implements a five-column sort option for music (including Key, BPM, and Time columns). Real-world feedback from users of the original controller have also pushed Numark to implement a slew of new features, including push to load via a knob, deck swap on a big button, and onboard access controls for beat jump and quantize on/off.
Peep the key features of the Numark NV II below.
4-decks of Serato DJ software control in a sleek, low-profile design
Dual full-color displays provide 1:1 real-time visualization of Serato DJ
Gridlines on screen enable perfect beat matching
5-column options to show Song, Artist, Time, BPM, and Key
Dual 5-inch hyper-responsive metal platters with search and scratch modes
Adaptive learning platter technology for optimum response
16 velocity-sensitive trigger pads with backlit RGB feedback
10 pad modes for hot cues, loop slicing, and sample triggering
Mouseless library browsing controls with dedicated on-screen feedback
Integrated BPM metering for manual beat matching; Sync button for an instant match
Pro-grade crossfader with Fader Start and curve adjustment
Zone/booth outputs and balanced XLR outputs for club use
Serato DJ included via download
The Numark NVII will be available in Summer 2016. For more information, go to Numark.com/NV.