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  • M-Audio Studiophile AV 20 – These multimedia speakers are built using the same M-Audio OptImage III technology that professional recording studios have trusted for years. The only thing missing is the hefty price tag. The AV 20 system is an excellent audio audiophile upgrade for your computer, with internal amplification plus dedicated high- and low-frequency drivers that let you experience every detail of your recordings. Custom cabinets with dense wood construction deliver more accurate bass response than you could ever get from plastic multimedia speakers. And if you’re the creative type, the Studiophile AV 20 speakers are perfect for remixing or recording.

  • Numark NuVJ – The NuVJ allows DJs to incorporate both still images and video clips in much the same way as they mix music. VJs can trigger visuals, then add effects to them, mix them through an onboard DJ style crossfader and tweak them to their heart’s content, creating spectacular shows when combined with great audio. The intuitive hardware controller works seamlessly with existing DJ gear and the included software is compatible with most computers and laptops, giving you everything you need to get started, including live inputs, synchronization to music, and real-time visual effect generation.

  • Numark VM03-MKI – This is one of the coolest items we’ve seen in a long time! It’s a 3-screen/6-input LCD video display monitor specifically designed for any video monitoring application. The advanced design of the VM03-MKII allows the user to monitor video sources in either a rackmount (three rack spaces required) or tabletop setting. What separates the VM03-MKII from other video monitors is its adjustable viewing angle. This unique design allows the video producer or engineer to customize the unit’s viewing angle up to 96 degrees, making it ideal for DJ and broadcast applications where limited space may prohibit easy viewing angles.

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