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    Hi,

    Still waiting for my Audio 2 Dj but I want to practice and try out until it arrives.
    I have a macbook pro and now I want to use speakers for the master and phones for the monitor.

    I have a belkin splitter, obviously I have to put both outs on mono but... I cant really separate the sounds from cueing and master.

    Any idea?

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    Have you followed the setup tutorials in the manual?
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    have you set one as left and the other as right? or 0 & 1 however it's listed... should split them then

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    I did but still... some sound "leaks"

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    Quote Originally Posted by sendoushi View Post
    I did but still... some sound "leaks"
    dodgy splitter? have you tried just plugging speakers in, and seeing if cue leaks through over master without splitter in?

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    You're gonna need TWO splitters.

    Route main audio to Channel 0, and cue to Channel 1. Plug one splitter into the other, and you'll have a single mono signal for the headphones (Ch1), and then a twin mono (mono Left and mono Right) signal for the main out speakers (Ch0).

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