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Native Instruments Audio 2 Dj Usb 2.0 Interface – Size Does Not Matter

Native Instruments has always lived up to the expectations of people in providing great software. But today, they are also becoming more and more popular for creating great hardware, especially when it comes to computer audio and USB audio interfaces. And with their latest product, the new Audio 2 DJ USB 2.0 Interface, they are about to prove themselves great once again.

The Audio 2 DJ will surely feed any digital DJ’s craving for high quality, extremely mobile audio interface whether they are using TRAKTOR or other DJing and performance software. Native Instruments did make a statement with this one – it is the smallest DJ USB soundcard in the world, BUT still has the enough punch to shake the world’s biggest clubs down.

Struggling entry level DJs who are looking for the ultimate portability possible for an audio interface without compromising audio quality will find their prayers answered with the Audio 2 DJ. And if you are a digital DJ who does not really need audio recording or time code control, then you got everything that you need with the Audio 2 DJ.

One great thing about the Audio 2 DJ is that, you can practically hook it up in any computer as long as you have a USB 2.0 cable. Its two quarter inch output channels also provides flexibility since it can either be used to route stereo signals to an external mixer, or as a master out and headphone monitor when using the internal mixer of your existing performance software. All you will need is your laptop, and the Audio DJ 2 USB 2.0 is good to go!

If you are thinking that because it is so small, it must have cut its corners in the sound quality department, well you are wrong. You will be amazed that Native Instruments guarantees super high end Circus Logic AD/DA converters. That means you get ultra low latency drivers, hi gain output levels (reaching up to 9.7 dBu on both channels) as well as ultra wide frequency response despite the extremely portable size of the Audio 2 DJ! So, even when you are holding the smallest USB audio interface in the world, you will get uncompromised sound quality and clarity with every detail of your music.

Size is not an issue with the new Audio 2 DJ USB 2.0 Interface from Native Instruments. Having a size no larger than a deck of cards, this bus-powered audio interface literally fits in a pocket and still can accommodate even the most demanding club systems. It houses a new balance of quality, size, and price. So go and get the Native Instruments’ Audio 2 DJ USB 2.0 Interface, today!

Using and Maintaining a Digital Camera – Safety Precautions to Consider

As pieces of electronic equipment, digital cameras carry some inherent risks if not used or maintained properly. Damage to the electrical components or accessories with a digital camera could lead to fire or to a malfunctioning or broken unit. Use these tips to properly maintain, use, and protect your digital camera.

–Only use an AC adapter or battery charger that is designed specifically for your make and model of camera. Substituting electrical equipment made for other models could void your warranty and cause damage to the unit.

–Only use rechargeable batteries that are specifically recommended and approved for your device. Using an ill-fitting or overly powerful battery pack could cause damage to the circuit board.

–Make sure any cables you use with your unit — AC adapters and USB cables especially — are free from nicks and cuts. A damaged cable could cause a fire.

–Do not try to fix the interior components yourself. Simply opening the camera case likely will void your warranty and could result in permanent damage to the camera.

–Remove the batteries if you will not be using the camera for a week or more, especially if the batteries are empty. Fully discharged batteries are more likely to leak acid, which would damage the camera.

–If the camera does not charge properly or seems to “start and stop” when charging, consider sending in the camera in for repair. You may have a short inside the camera, which could cause damage to the camera.

–Do not expose the device to extreme temperatures or water, unless your particular model of camera is designed for harsh conditions. In addition, avoid exposing the camera to sudden changes in temperature.

–Avoid using the camera in high humidity conditions, which could cause condensation inside the camera body, leading to damage to circuitry or the LCD.

–Never remove the battery when the camera is in operation or is storing photos. Suddenly removing the power source while the camera is working could cause damage to data or could damage the circuitry.

–Avoid storing the camera for extended periods of time in areas exposed to strong magnetic fields or electromagnetic radiation. Such exposures could damage the LCD or affect the camera’s circuitry.

Network Composer Version 7 – The Solution To Torpark Anonymity

Torpark signature and ability to block anonymous proxies give network administrators greater control over their Internet data stream. Network Composer Version 7 allows administrators to apply policies to Torpark client traffic to block it and regain control over usage.

Cymphonix, Bandwidth Shaping, Bandwidth Management leader, today announced the ability to block Torpark client usage in its upcoming Network Composer Version 7. With the creation of a signature for the newly developed Torpark Web browser that allows users to surf the Internet anonymously and the ability to block the usage of anonymous proxies, Cymphonix is giving IT administrators greater control over their network resources and the content being viewed.

With Torpark, an individual can download the application onto a USB thumb drive, and by plugging it into the USB port of any computer, create an encrypted tunnel from the computer that allows the user to surf the Internet anonymously. While Torpark is a tool for people who want to surf the Internet anonymously in public places, the application can be problematic to a business because it can bypass Internet filtering policies and invite unwanted traffic and content into the organization’s network.

Network Composer Version 7 allows administrators to apply policies to Torpark client traffic to block it and regain control over usage. Policies can be applied to a single user, a group of users or an entire organization and can include different usage rules based on time of day. As an individual attempts to connect using Torpark, Network Composer can block the traffic regardless of the way the client is used – running Torpark on a USB drive, CD or even installed on a host machine.

“Torpark gives users the ability to access the Internet anonymously in public places, but can be detrimental in a corporate environment,” said Kevin Santiago, Cymphonix CEO. “By adding Torpark to Network Composer’s signature base, we are providing network administrators greater control over their organization’s network and the use of their resources.”

The Torpark signature will be available in Network Composer Version 7 along with Anonymous Proxy Guard, which prevents the use of anonymous proxy sites that allow employees to bypass filters and monitoring tools.

Cymphonix Network Composer Version 7 is available only at Cymphonix and its channel partners. Customers with current annual software maintenance agreements will be able to download the software for no additional charge.

Cymphonix Corporation, headquartered in Sandy, Utah, uses patent-pending Cross-Layer Intelligence technology to provide unmatched network threat protection and resource optimization. With the powerful XLi engine, Cymphonix products seamlessly integrate network protection, application performance, and traffic visibility into a single, easily managed solution. Leading the Cymphonix product line is Network Composer, a smart gateway appliance that helps organizations understand at a glance who is abusing network resources and with what applications – enabling problems to be corrected instantly through a clear, easy-to-manage interface.

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