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Numark Mixtrack Edge controller | Slimline USB-Powered DJ Controller with Audio Output

by Numark
3 customer reviews

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  • Slim low-profile design (14mm thin) with integrated cover to protect control surface
  • Sample, sync, hot cue, loop, eq and effects controls on each channel
  • Built-in audio interface for headphone cueing and output to a pa system
  • Metal platters for pitch bend, pitch fade, scratch, search, song select, and cue mix
  • Standard midi for use with most popular dj software
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight1.2 Kg
Product Dimensions25.4 x 10.2 x 10.2 cm
Item model numberMIXTRACKEDGE
Country Produced Inchina
  
Additional Information
ASINB00F3F8O2I
Best Sellers Rank 1,171 in Musical Instruments (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.3 Kg
Date First Available20 Aug. 2013
  
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Product Description

Featuring the ideal combination of essential capability and compact design, Mixtrack Edge is a controller every DJ should have in their arsenal. USB-powered and just 14 millimetres thin, Mixtrack Edge goes anywhere with ease. Its low-profile design features an integrated cover to protect the control surface and a full array of bright backlit controls surrounded by brushed aluminium. It's small on size but big on features, so you can command your mix with precision.

Box Contains

Mixtrack Edge; Serato DJ Intro 2-Channel Version (via website Download Link); Virtual DJ LE; USB Cable; 1/8"-to-RCA Audio Cable; Quickstart Guide; Safety & Warranty Manual

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By DofB on 8 Jan. 2014
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I got this as a Christmas present, fully functional and great design. Straight out the box with the protective cover it looks like a tablet.
Don't be fooled by the gimmicky look, once you load the software and connect the edge you have a fully functioning mixer.
For me it's an ideal companion for your laptop/computer. If you are a dj bedroom/pro it offers you that safety net you have always wanted. Well designed and offers than you think on first appearance.
If you are looking for your first controller mixer, this may not be the best choice for you. You might be better off investing in the Numark Mixtrack II/ Numark Mixtrack Pro II. Could it be improved yes, the embedded volume controls feel a bit too plastic-like and flimsy. On first touch the sliders do not seem to be robust enough.
Once the software is loaded, which is a painless process and you attach the mixer/controller, that's it you are ready to go. Before long you are interfacing with the dj software and mixing
A perfect partnership laptop, hard disk and edge controller, not for everyone, but good enough for me.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Shkandrij on 2 Jan. 2014
I am by no means a professional disc jockey, and so I purchased this little controller to practise on, until I need/can afford a bigger, better one with more features. Unfortunately, even an amateur bedroom DJ like me was disappointed when I unboxed it.

To put it bluntly...it's TOO thin, TOO Small and TOO flimsy in terms of quality. All the buttons feel cheap, like they're going to need replacing in a month or two. The platters (circular plates on either side) are difficult to turn/spin. Definitely no scratching. There are more functions on it then it appears, but your limited in EQ functions, and none of the knobs (cross fader etc) slide easily. Also, it's way over priced for what you get. The only good thing about this controller is that it's ultra portable. It's very light and very small. However, everything else is sacrificed.

The bottom line is, you can get a 'Numark Mixtrack Pro 2' for extra few quid. That's the one I eventually went for after I returned this one, and I am very happy I did so. Spend the extra money and get something decent. Numark is a great brand with some excellent products, however this one is simply not one of them.
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By Asher on 26 Jan. 2015
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Its Just Great! easy to use and so so small!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Fine for a beginner 24 Dec. 2013
By monkuboy - Published on Amazon.com
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I'm new at this stuff so this is the first DJ Controller I've tried, thus I haven't anything to compare it to. That said, I'll try and describe what this product is like.

The unit itself is nicely compact - thin, feels sturdy, and has an attached cover that doubles as a non-skid base by folding it under the controller. The panel is brushed aluminum; the jog wheels/platters are metal and have a solid feel to them. Buttons are plastic, as are the dials and sliders. The tone and volume controls feel flimsy and don't move that easily.

Virtual DJ LE software is provided with the machine. It installed quickly and without any problems on my computer using Windows 7, and interfaces cleanly with the controller. The two communicate with each other via a USB cable.

One thing I noticed is that the headphone volume is quite low, even with the knob turned up all the way. That's probably due to the power coming solely from the USB port, so if you are using inefficient, hard-to-drive headphones you may encounter this same problem. The speaker volume is of course dependent on the speakers you use but I'm thinking in a loud environment it would be hard to hear what's coming through the headphones.

Operations-wise, the Mixtrack Edge does what the product description and manual says it does. Browsing for songs and selecting them is pretty easy, as is getting them cued up and playing. The effects and samples work as intended, as do the scratch and pitch bend features. Being new to all of this, it took me a while to get used to using this board and figuring out how to get the effect I wanted but it's a matter of just working with it and pretty soon it becomes habit without having to think too much about it.

I'm still getting used to things but it's a fun product to play with and it has a good selection of features and effects, certainly enough to put on a good show. The controls and buttons are responsive and it integrates very well with the included software. I like how compact it is, too.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Excellent little companion to have in your kit bag 9 Jan. 2014
By KC - Published on Amazon.com
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I picked this up mostly because of the low price point, without high hopes having been stung with the old "you get what you pay for" addage more than once. Happy to report that I was pleasantly surprised with how this turned out! First off, it's roughly the size of a tablet, so should be able to slide into any gearbag right along side your laptop no problem. The fact that it already has the soundcard built in is amazing, due to the lack of space, but it works just fine. Setup took a little bit of figuring out, and I wasn't that impressed with the documentation, but after some fiddling around, I figured out my settings and such (the Mixtrack Edge falls under the single soundcard setting, not with other controllers that have ASIO drivers, etc). The one major problem I had was, once I got it plugged in and selected, I was getting no sound via either the headphone port or speakers. A big head scratcher for sure, since everything seemed squared away, and the wave forms in Virtual DJ were running just fine (instead of locking up or stuttering as they can when there's an audio problem). I use VDJ Pro with my full sized controllers (NS6, Dennon 3700s etc) and use a skin that doesn't include the mix knobs, since I have them physically manifested. Once I switched back to the stock skin on VDJ, I noticed that the Edge had turned down ALL my gains and levels! Once I adjusted those, it worked perfectly. The faders are smooth, most of the controls are pretty intuitive, and once you get the search/browse feature figured out, you're well on your way. The jogwheels take a littel getting used to, and while techincally you COULD scratch with it, it's definitely never going to be your go-to device for doing so. Anyone used to doing so on ANY other controller will not be impressed to say the least. If you're just looking to do some mixing, or working a gig like a wedding or a trivia night or something along those lines where all you need is a quick tactile way to search,mix and toss in some effects, or if you're just looking to work with some music, set some cue points, figure out transitions and that sort of thing (especially in a limited space with minimal equipment) this is the gadget for you!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I really like this thing 31 Mar. 2015
By DJ alt.rock - Published on Amazon.com
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I really like this thing. I use VDJ8 Pro on a MacBook Pro so I can't speak on the default VDJ install included in the box but if you are using VDJ pro, all of this controller’s functions are pretty intuitive and any that aren't can be remapped easily. I love the portability and the fact that I can pull it out and mix anywhere. I have a Denon MC3000 in a flight case that I use for big gigs, and a WeGO 3 that I also love for medium gigs (and for the fact that I can use on an iOS device), but this little guy is a blast to play with. For cabling, I skipped the included cable and use my pro-grade Blue Jeans Cable. Headphone volume is fine by me but I use super efficient Pioneer HDJ 1500 headphones so that may be the reason I don't have any complaints there. I would echo the flimsy controls complaints in these user reviews but even though they feel cheap they also seem well connected so it's no biggy. I mainly mix music that is dropped on the 1 and beatmatching during long transitions is not a priority so having to use the jogs instead of pitch faders to adjust bpm isn't too big a deal.

Nevertheless, if I were asked how to upgrade this thing for the next version, I'd say double the price and invest that money in the button, fader, and knob action/quality. Also, I would find room for dedicated pitch faders. Finally, you must make the jogs touch-sensitive. I can't overstate how important touch-sensitive jogs are for my style of mixing. The fact that the jogs are metal and not touch sensitive is a slap in the face. I could slam it for that but then I remember that I only paid $100 and it has a built in soundcard.

One last mention . . . the sound is nice. I've had controllers with poor sound quality in the past so it's always a concern but this one sounds nice. I made one mistake when I first plugged it up, I didn't realize that the high and low knobs were turned all the way down and during the first few songs I was ready to send it back until I realized my noob mistake.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Great for beginners! 9 Jan. 2014
By Jon - Published on Amazon.com
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Great for beginners! You can easily master mixing sampling looping and the other basics. I think its not made for professionals but those who wanna give as a gift or for starters. Its light, and easy to use. Im still learning the nuances and will reply with an update soon.
DJ Controller that fits in the backpack with your laptop. 20 May 2015
By Bo E - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
For a cheap DJ controller, it's not bad. What really makes it valuable is the form factor. Its smaller in width than my macbook pro and about the same thickness. You should know upfront that the controls are all really lightweight and even somewhat cheap feeling.

Because there are a reduced amount of buttons on this device, you will definitely need to practice with it so this way you know what you need to do.
Also, the included VDJ LE software is really the BARE minimum you need to do a DJ set. It only allows 2 tracks to be played at a time and has basic effects, however, it is fully functional and works perfectly with your controller. It's great for the hobbyist who wants to have a tiny dj controller that fits in the backpack. If you're a pro and just need a back up, or something to play around with mix ideas on the plane without check luggage, then it could work too.

No one should buy this thinking it is the best DJ controller. HOWEVER, it is the BEST DJ controller for putting into your bag with your laptop, headphones, and your personal items. So, if you're looking for something really compact to play around with or something that will fit in your backpack to go on the plane to a gig in a pinch, then it's great.
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