At the 2006 Winter NAMM Show, Gemini announced the iTrax Mixing Console for the iPod, the newest addition to their iSeries product line. The iTrax joins the Numark iDJ, to allow users to mix the output of two iPods, with basic dj functionality.
The iTrax comes with two angled docking stations that allow the user easy access to iPod controls when browsing through music libraries. Each iPod channel features 3-band EQ controls with Gain and phono/line input switches for the incorporation of other audio devices such as turntables, CD players, and more.
On the mixing console’s back panel, the iTrax is equipped a composite video output for use with the latest Photo/Video-enabled iPod products, 2 phono/line inputs, and a USB port that will allow the iTrax to function as a dock when connected to a computer, allowing the user to edit the music library of either iPod.
“The ever growing popularity of the iPod has been apparent for quite sometime, so we knew we needed an affordable solution for users who want to mix with these devices,” said Louis Dorio, Gemini’s Product Specialist, “With loads of input options, and video/photo iPod support, the iTrax is the ideal platform for iPod mixing.”
In addition to all these great features, the iTrax also features master volume control, dual VU meter display, a user-replaceable X-Fader, a fully featured cue section, and a microphone control panel with 2-band EQ and volume control. The iTrax is set for release in Q2 of 2006 with a suggested retail price of $179.95.