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Numark NS7II Controller w/Gator Soft-Case (Two Knobs and USB Port to Replace)

Estimated price for orientation: 480 $

Category: Numark NS7II Digital DJ Controll
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Condition: Used: An item that has been used previously. The item may have some signs of cosmetic wear, but is fully operational and functions as intended. This item may be a floor model or store return that has been used. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. See all condition definitions- opens in a new window or tab ... Read moreabout the condition Brand: Numark
Max. Sampling Rate: 44.1 Khz Model: NS7II
Features: USB Powered MPN: NS7II
Type: Double Deck Controller Audio Ports & Interfaces: Headphone Jack, USB Interface
Inputs/Outputs: 3.5mm (1/8") TRS Out, Digital RCA/Coaxial (S/PDIF) In, XLR Out, 6.35mm (1/4") TRS/TS Out, XLR In UPC: 676762186810


This NS7ii was damaged in a move, and I have since obtained a DDJ-SX2, so I am selling this to someone who can apply very simple repairs to this. The Deck 1 Effect Knob needs to be replaced, and the Start/Stop Time Knob on Deck 2/4 need replacing. The plastic interior portion of the USB port quite literally fell out, so a cheap part and 10min soldering job are required to replace that.
I am aware of the cost of repairs, and what I am asking is VERY lenient, given the parts and labor required to get this thing running, and how little use it has seen and how well I took care of it leading up to the move.
I am throwing in a "Gator" brand soft-case as well, for transport. I bought that at Guitar-Center for $80. It has heavily padded straps to hold the NS7ii firmly in place for ease of transport.

On Feb-27-17 at 16:41:54 PST, seller added the following information:This NS7ii was damaged in a move, and I have since obtained a DDJ-SX2, so I am selling this to someone who can apply very simple repairs to this. The Deck 1 Effect Knob needs to be replaced, and the Start/Stop Time Knob on Deck 2/4 need replacing. The plastic interior portion of the USB port quite literally fell out, so a cheap part and 10min soldering job are required to replace that.
I am aware of the cost of repairs,
The ASSY Board does not need to be replaced, just the port removed and a new one re-soldered in. That can be found for free on a used printer or something with USB A.
The two knobs are $7 each.
What I am asking is VERY lenient, given the parts and labor required to get this thing running, and how little use it has seen and how well I took care of it leading up to the move. A used one is $850 at the lowest online and we're talking maybe $30 maximum to put this thing back into working order. Even my buy-it-now listed price is waaaay lenient.
I am throwing in a "Gator" brand soft-case as well, for transport. I bought that at Guitar-Center for $80. It has heavily padded straps to hold the NS7ii firmly in place for ease of transport.


On Mar-03-17 at 15:50:48 PST, seller added the following information:This NS7ii was damaged in a move, and I have since obtained a DDJ-SX2, so I am selling this to someone who can apply very simple repairs to this. The Deck 1 Effect Knob needs to be replaced, and the Start/Stop Time Knob on Deck 2/4 need replacing. The plastic interior portion of the USB port quite literally fell out, so a cheap part and 10min soldering job are required to replace that.
I am aware of the cost of repairs,
The ASSY Board does not need to be replaced, just the port removed and a new one re-soldered in. That can be found for free on a used printer or something with USB B (Sorry about these edits).
The two knobs are $7 each.
I will include information in the package as to where you can order replacement parts, as ebay will not let me post the link here.
What I am asking is VERY lenient, given the parts and labor required to get this thing running, and how little use it has seen and how well I took care of it leading up to the move. A used one is $850 at the lowest online and we're talking maybe $30 maximum to put this thing back into working order. Even my buy-it-now listed price is waaaay lenient.
I am throwing in a "Gator" brand soft-case as well, for transport. I bought that at Guitar-Center for $80. It has heavily padded straps to hold the NS7ii firmly in place for ease of transport.
***DISCLAIMER: Immediate payment is required upon finalization of the auction. I will not accept returns. I know this works and will be taking video footage of both packaging and shipping this product. You are buying this item used with the knowledge  parts need replacing and that work is required to get it back in working order. A new USB-B port needs to be soldered to the USB board. Two knobs need to be replaced, but are not necessary for this item to work.***