Gemini DJ released a mixing console that allows DJs to mix together two audio from different iPods, including video-capable iPods.
The iTrax Mixing Console for the iPod sports a composite video output, two line inputs, and USB port that lets the device act as a dock when connected to a computer. Two angled docking stations provide ready access to the iPod’s controls. Each iPod channel features three-band EQ controls with Gain and Phono/Line input switches.
The console, which sells for $230 also features master volume control, dual VU meter display, a user-replaceable X-Fader, cue section, and a microphone control panel with two-band EQ and volume control.
Gemini DJ also said that an upgraded version of the iTrax Mixing Console, called the iTrax2 is slate for a late 2006 release. This enhanced version would add other features such as touch-sensitive jog wheels and pitch control for beatmixing.