Griffin Technology and algoriddim have teamed up for the US$19.99 DJ Cable (http://macte.ch/nz8c3) for iOS devices. It’s designed specifically to work with algoriddim’s for djay app for the iPad and djay for iPhone and iPod touch.
Users can take advantage of the Split Output mode, which cues upcoming songs through headphones, independently of the live mix that is sent through the speakers. This is the perfect solution for DJs on-the-go using headphones to preview and prepare the next song to ensure the audience can groove to the playlist, according to Griffin President Mark Rowan. The DJ Cable offers a unique experience for beginners and professionals alike turning any social event into the ultimate dance party, he adds.
Using djay, users can mix songs directly from the iTunes library on a dual-turntable interface. You can perform live, record mixes on-the-go or enable Automix mode.