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    What sort of adapter would i need so i can use my dj earphones on my laptop?
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    most head phone connectors are detachable, the are mostly standard 1/8 inch phono plugs with an adapter to make them 1/4 inch...

    but im guessing you have got a 1/4 inch and need to downsize the connecter ?

    does your connector look like this ?


    if so... you need an adabter like this...


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    Are you talking about the adapter above or do you want something that will let you cue the music through the laptop?
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    First yes i need one of those adapters for my personal use and second yes a freind of mine needs something that will let you cue the music through his laptop? He has just started and doesnt want to spend a fortune, he uses virtual dj 6

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beatkeeper View Post
    First yes i need one of those adapters for my personal use and second yes a freind of mine needs something that will let you cue the music through his laptop? He has just started and doesnt want to spend a fortune, he uses virtual dj 6
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    He needs a sound card. Something like the Audio 2 from Native instruments or the DJIO from Numark.
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    as said above the audio 2 dj is an awesome soundcard for the price.

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    those little dongles are rediculously bad, i do not recommend ever buying these.

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    But they DO give you an extra out for cueing. The next cheapest alternative is the Audio 2 at 80.

    3 for the dongle, or 80 for the Audio 2. I know what I'd go for if I was starting out.
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