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    Hey

    I have my Radius 2000 media players plugged into channels 1 and 2, and my audio 2 dj plugged into 3 and 4.
    The problem im having is that if channel 1 and 2 is selected, channel 3 and 4 can still be heared, and likewise, if channel 3 and 4 is selected, channels 1 and 2 can still be heared.
    Whats with this?
    thanks

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    What do you mean by 'selected'? can't you just turn down the line faders?
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    There are channel selector knobs. So you can select which channels you want on the crossfader. No matter which i choose, the others are always audible

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    If a channel is not assigned to the x-fader, it's controlled solely by the line fader. So if you have the x-fader assigned to 1&2 and the line faders up on 3&4, you'll hear 3&4 the whole time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fullenglishpint View Post
    If a channel is not assigned to the x-fader, it's controlled solely by the line fader. So if you have the x-fader assigned to 1&2 and the line faders up on 3&4, you'll hear 3&4 the whole time.
    what he said...common sense really. or if the faders are down, and you can still hear them, although at a lower level, then its either time to replace faders or theres a 'cross talk' issue somewhere...the joys of unbalanced audio
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    or it could be faulty.

    my djx700 i had as a backup mixer eventually dropped all phono channels and you could hear the other channels very faintly no matter how the mixer was setup with selected and assigned channels.

    so i threw it in the bin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by josh@firestorm View Post
    so i threw it in the bin.
    Binhammer!!!!!!

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