Adding power to controllers
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    Default Adding power to controllers

    Is there a way to add power to my Numark Mixdeck controller?

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    Could you explain what you mean?
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    Default Can I add more powewr to my Dj controller

    I have a Numark Mixdeck Express and i have alto powered speakers At times my system seems like it does put out enough sound. Is there a way to improve my power. My speaker are Alto 1100 watts. Any suggestions?

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    That should be plenty. Check your gain staging.
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    You could try using a mixer in between your speakers and your DJ setup to amplify the signal a bit.

    Are you running your speakers with the input knobs set to the 12 o'clock position?

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