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1 June, 2016

Announcing the Numark NVII for Serato DJ

Numark NVII

Available now is the all new Numark NVII for Serato DJ 1.9.1. Based on the Numark NV, the NVII is Numark’s latest 4-channel Serato DJ Enabled controller featuring dual high-resolution 4.3-inch, full-color screens and a bunch of new and exciting look and features.

Along with the many amazing features also found on the Numark NV, including:

  • Dual 4.3-inch full-color screens that provide 1:1, real-time feedback of Serato DJ, complete with spinning Virtual Decks, FX, cue points, waveforms and more
  • Numarks exclusive advanced touch-capacitive jog wheels.
  • 16 velocity-sensitive performance pads with backlit RGB feedback for control of 10 pad modes for hot cues, loop slicing and sample triggering.

The NVII brings some new and exciting features to this controller to give more advanced functionality with Serato DJ based on real-world feedback from NV users. These new features include:

  • Gridlines on the screens so DJs can visualize the beat of their tracks more accurately.
  • 5-column sort options for sorting by Album, artist, song, BPM or key.
  • Additional columns for Key, BPM, and Time
  • Push to Load via knob
  • Dedicated deck swap button
  • Dedicated controls for beat jump and quantize.

The Numark NVII is available now and will retail for USD699. The NVII will also plug and play with the latest version of Serato DJ 1.9.1 - Download here.

Comments (16)

Jakem2399 1:37 AM - 2 June, 2016
That's sexy
Matt Chalk 3:17 AM - 2 June, 2016
Could you guys please allow full screen on your embedded YT videos :)
#REBEL 5:27 AM - 2 June, 2016
Any chance owners of the nv can upgrade for less than 699?
martinz dj 5:51 AM - 2 June, 2016
too many features. when you do a set always use the basic functions
Tekon 6:19 AM - 2 June, 2016
Any chance of a firmware update for some of these features on original NV? Obviously not the dedicated features, but push to load on knob would be nice. Gridlines too. Maybe even the library update too?
nihilista 7:52 AM - 2 June, 2016
Honestly I feel disappointed that the beat grids are a "new feature" when I'm sure a firmware update will do for the owners of the old version.
Would be nice If we don't have to wait so much time between updates, even better if it wold be possible to peronalise the MIDI functions of the original NV.
Thanks
DJ Tomm 8:18 AM - 2 June, 2016
Most probably it's "Denon 8000 inside", but here in slightly different case and finish and w/o enabled Engine, e.g. possibility to play as stand-alone. Anyway, for half of the price of the Denon.
ILLA-JE 8:40 AM - 2 June, 2016
All of these TOP manufactures designing these controllers are all about the GLITZ & GLAMOUR with many bright led buttons, knobs and effects. The most important function not being build on these controllers is MOTORIZED PLATTERS!!! Much respect to the NS7
Stevie T Deejay 10:03 AM - 2 June, 2016
Just bought original nv few days ago. Sat in waiting for it to get delivered when just seen this in my email inbox. Oh well! Only paid £220 gbp so think got a good deal
DJ LBoogie The Godmother 12:00 PM - 2 June, 2016
Pitch control on left deck should be on right not the left, any attempt at scratching is going to be a problem when your hand hits the slider. Same issue with the Denon MCX8000 I agree with Martinz DJ there is way too much going on. The price is about half the MCX8000, so I might get one for small gigs where I don't want to bring the tech 12s.
hazeleighknutt 1:52 PM - 2 June, 2016
Love it I coping that shit. pronto
Keifer 4:32 PM - 2 June, 2016
A problem I see with the two screens, is not being able to line up the waveform of the next track in beat. Lining up the "icicles" to match the beats for a seamless transition. Serato has that with the two songs over top or beside eachother while on the computer. Just that visual clue that is missing. That was one of the reasons I chose the Pioneer DDJ-SX.

Plus I didnt see them mention any size difference of the two versions. The platters felt small. Did they change it?
DJ OHH! (Original Hip Hop) 4:41 PM - 2 June, 2016
I love this new look with the NVII! I like the original NV but if I showed up to a gig with this one, including all the new features I'm good! I see a lot of people complaining about the beat grid update and blah blah blah.. Like that never mattered for me. I been on NV since it came out, this is called an upgrade. Copping it!
dansim8 1:04 PM - 3 June, 2016
Nice tweaks on the original but still no stand alone mixer or DVS functionality. A crying shame. That would make it the best all round controller out there. Versatile, portable with most of the functionality of it's bigger brother the NS7iii.
djkurve 3:18 PM - 3 June, 2016
Same old boring NV....#notagamechanger
El OSO 5:45 PM - 8 June, 2016
I'm thinking about buying this

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