JD Sound, a tenant of the K-ICT Born2Global Center specialized in supporting promising tech start-ups under the Ministry of Science and ICT announced on September 22 that the company will showcase the technology of 'GODJ Plus,' an all-in-one portable DJing device in the World Club Dome to be held at Munhak Stadium in Incheon for three days from September 22.
JD Sound participates in the Forest Stage of the World Club Dome's seven stages. Famous DJs will perform with GODJ Plus.
This year, the World Club Dome which started in Germany in 2013 will be held in Incheon for the first time in Asia. It is expected that there about 200 foreign artists will participate and about 150,000 domestic and overseas clubbers will enjoy the show at the stadium. Overseas ticket sales already transcended 10,000, showing overseas fans’ big interest in the event. Daily attendance is expected to hit 45,000 people per day.
GODJ Plus, a portable DJing device developed by Jedi Sound, is quite portable now that the device is an A4 size and weighs only 1.2kg. The device consists of two digital turntables, a mixer and a speaker. DJ can use this device without connecting it to a speaker or a notebook computer. The device is loaded with a16GB internal memory and up to 2TB of external memories can be added to it.
On the other hand, JD Sound founded in 2011 developed GODJ Plus based on its rich know-how in sound equipment development and manufacturing. Since March, this start-up has been selected as a tenant of the Bonding Global Center on Start-Up Campus opened in Pangyo. Currently, the company is discussing business with various global audio equipment partners such as various H/W IPs and S/W IPs and is distributing products to more than 20 countries. JD Sound raised funds on Japan's largest crowdfunding platform Makuake (makuake.com) and reached about 53 million yen, 256% compared to the target amount. The company also exported the device via exclusive UK distributor Tempo.