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    Hey me and my buddy have two VCI-100's nd two Macs, we want to set them up so that they play together, our soundcards are Audio 4 and 2, do you know how to connect either the RCA's into the Audio 4 or a Y splitter cable into the Audio 2 or connecting it to something else etc. Any help is appreciated!

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    Connect the Audio 2's out to one of the Audio 4's ins and set a deck in the Traktor Pro of the guy who is using the Audio 4 to play that external sound coming from the Audio 2.
    That will add latency for the other guy but If you don't have an external mixer it is the easiest approach.
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    What do u mean set a deck in the Traktor pro?

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    Go to Preferences -> Input Routing -> Select for Input Channel C, D (or Send, but I didn't try it yet) the Input-channels of the Audio 4 which the Audio 2 is connected to.

    Then open a 4-deck view and click on the down-arrow below the big 'C' or 'D'. Choose 'Audio Through' to route the input through your Traktor Pro. You can even use EQs, faders and effects on that deck.
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    thanks a lot! Do you know how we can use a mic without buying another mixer? :S

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    Use the necessary converter to plug it into the other input left on the Audio 4 DJ!
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    what mic do you recomend around $80, and which CH.A and CH.B Output/Input 1/2 or 3/4 which would I connect it into?

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    It doesn't matter which input you connect it to.

    Buy the Shure SM58! Its the industry-standard and better than even a lot of pricier mics.
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    well that is a bit pricy around $120, do you know of anything cheaper?

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    also is there any settings I have to go through on Traktor in the preferences or just plug in and talk?

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