Numark Industries

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Numark Industries, LP
Industry Audio electronics
Founded 1971 (1971)
Headquarters Cumberland, Rhode Island, United States
Parent InMusic Brands

Numark Industries is a manufacturer of audio equipment for disk jockeys,[1][2][3] founded in 1971, and based in Cumberland, Rhode Island, United States.[3]


Numark was formerly owned by Jack O'Donnell. Numark acquired Alesis in 2001.[4] In 2012 InMusic Brands acquired Numark, including its ION Audio, Alesis and Akai Professional brands.[citation needed]


Numark makes DJ mixers, turntables, MIDI controllers, DJ CD players,[3] DJ DVD mixing consoles,[citation needed] and mixing software (called Cue).[citation needed]

Numark introduced the ION Audio brand for their consumer products, including devices connected to computers via USB. It acquired Alesis and Akai Professional.[citation needed]


Axis 4, Axis 9, CDX, HDX, iCDX; Mixdeck standard, Express, and Quad; NDX 200, 400, 500, 800, and 900; NS7, Numark TTi, Pro TT-1, Pro TT-2, PT01, TT100, TT1400, TT1610, TT1650, TT200, TT500, TTUSB, TTXUSB, TTX Turntable, V7, X2 Turntable


iDJ, iDJ2,[1][2] 200FX, 5000FX, CM100, CM200, CM200USB, DM1000X, DM1002MK2, DM1050, DM1090X, DM1720X, DM2050, DM2060, DM2075, DM2175XLS, DM2175XLS DSP II, DM3050, DM950, DM950USB, DXM01USB, DXM06, DXM09, DXMPRO, PPD01, PPD9000, PRO SM-1, PRO SM-2, PRO SM-3, PRO, SMX, X5, X7


Dimension 3 and 4, RC-8 Rack Conditioner, RM-6 Rack Mixer




CUE, Vinyl, Mixmeister

Numark USB/Software Controllers[edit]

4Trak, DJ2GO, DMC2, MixMeister Controller; Mixdeck standard, Express, and Quad; Mixtrack standard, II, Pro, and Pro II; N4, NDX800, NDX900, NS6, NS7 II, NS7/NS7FX,NS7 III,NV, MIXDECK QUAD, MIXTRACK PRO III, MIXTRACK PRO II, NuVJ, OMNI CONTROL, Orbit, STEALTH CONTROL, TOTAL CONTROL, V7, iDJ Live, iDJ Pro, iDJ3

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b Eisenberg, Anne. "For Disc Jockeys as Well as Desk Jockeys" The New York Times, January 20, 2008. Retrieved on December 3, 2013.
  2. ^ a b "At home and a DJ without the vinyl" The New York Times, August 23, 2007. Retrieved on December 3, 2013.
  3. ^ a b c "Company Overview of Numark Industries, LP" Businessweek Retrieved on December 3, 2013.
  4. ^ "Jack O'Donnell - owner of Alesis and Numark" Pro Music News 2001. Retrieved on December 3, 2013.

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