Numark will be showcasing its new iPod DJ mixer the iDJ2 at a US DJ trade show next week - and will webcast the event.

Numark's in-houe DJ Mike Hosker will demonstrate a range of the company's products to attendees at the DJ Supply show, including the iDJ2.

The live demonstration (which tales place 29 August) will be webcast in real time, and a chat room will be set up to allow online participants to ask questions, reports Sonic State.

iDJ2 iPod mixing desk

The webcast will be made available via the DJ Supply website, and will be available as an archive after the event.

As previously reported, iDJ2 lets you use an iPod to mix and play songs. It offers scratching, a full-colour navigation screen, pitch-shifting and tempo controls. The system even enables DJs to mix two songs simultaneously from a single iPod.

A port on the back of the unit will stream video from an iPod to a DVD player, TV or video projector. The system is fully equipped with bass and gain controls and a full complement of input and output ports. The system's set to cost $599 in the US.