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    not to fussed about loads of effects just wanna use it as eq mixer if thats possible den when i'm used to the equipment den start playing around with the possibilities. Thanks

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    ive got this xsp to work now with torq dunno how, but it works only problem i got is i 've plugged my head phones in but i cant hear the track im cueing in i can only hear whats bein played out through the speakers ( or if the crossfader is in the middle i can hear both or if i put the crossfader to the other deck i can hear the cueing track playing but not the one tht was originally in the speaksers help please ?

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    You will need a soundcard with two outputs, one for master output and one for headhone cueing. I suggest looking into the Audio 2 or 4, they also have an offer that if you buy them before the 31st of july you get traktor duo for free
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    will a cheap one not do me for the time being?

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    also in the xsp manual it tells me if i purchase a y cable that cionnects to my soundcards stereo output via a male 1/8" jack and provides 2 female 1/8" jacks for your headphones and sound system i can do what i want to ive bought one of these and still the same happens well also when the crossfader is on deck A and i press deck b to play u can hear it through the speakers and also the headphones?

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    First, we’ll need to check a few settings required for the following examples
    1. Click the icon in the upper right section of the Torq LE window. The Audio
    Preferences dialog opens.
    2. Make sure your soundcard is selected under “Audio Interface”.
    (Windows users: If a driver with the word “ASIO” in its name is available, select it)
    3. Click on the field labeled “Master Output” and check the available choices:
    a. If “Left / Right / Left -- Right” are available:
    • Select “Left” for Master Output and “Right” for the Cue Output.
    b. If there are multiple entries listed in the Master Output field, and some of them
    say 1/2 in their name and others say 3/4:
    • Select a “1/2” driver for the Master Output and a “3/4” driver for Cue
    Output.
    • Make sure to connect your sound system to your soundcard’s first
    stereo output and your headphones to your soundcard’s second stereo
    output.
    For serious DJing, you need a soundcard that features
    separate stereo outputs for pre-listening (cueing) and for
    the sound the audience hears. Your soundcard features
    only one stereo output. Torq still allows you to use all of its
    features, including pre-listening, by using a trick: Torq splits
    your soundcard’s stereo output into two mono outputs
    – one for pre-listening and one for the audience (the
    left/right choices in this dialog). All you need to follow the
    examples in this tutorial is a Y-adapter cable that connects
    to your soundcard’s stereo output via a male 1/8” jack and
    provides two female 1/8” jacks for your headphones and
    your sound system. You can find such cables at every well
    stocked electronics- or music store. Please also check the
    full Torq User Guide for more information, which can be
    found on the in the Torq LE application folder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by djianb View Post
    also in the xsp manual it tells me if i purchase a y cable that cionnects to my soundcards stereo output via a male 1/8" jack and provides 2 female 1/8" jacks for your headphones and sound system i can do what i want to ive bought one of these and still the same happens well also when the crossfader is on deck A and i press deck b to play u can hear it through the speakers and also the headphones?
    If you keep buying cheap bits and bobs you end up spending more in the long or even short term than if you just buy a decent soundcard.

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    End of the day. DJing isn't cheap. Spend as much as you can oh good equipment and you won't be replacing it every year. i'm speaking for experience. look at the audio 2 because a free copy of traktor duo does not come about every day.
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    ^^ word ^^

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