Please Help! Traktor Audio set up, No sound in speakers
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    Default Please Help! Traktor Audio set up, No sound in speakers

    I just got a Denon MC2000 and a midi fighter Spectra. I set it all up and they are working together just fine. But I cant get any sound out of my speakers.

    In "Audio Setup" I selected the MC2000

    In "Output Routing" Mixing Mode- Internal
    Output Monitor- 3 back left, 4 back right
    Output Master- 1 front left, 2 front right

    In "Controller Manger" Device-MC2000
    Import- MC2000
    Outport-MC2000

    "Output Routing" - If I put it in External I get sound from the speaks and not in my headphones....

    Please Help.....
    Denon MC2000, Midi Fighter Spectra, Trakor Pro

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    swap 1/2 and 3/4

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    That didnt work, any other ideas?
    Denon MC2000, Midi Fighter Spectra, Trakor Pro

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    you have speakers connected to the Denon right? We're not talking about the laptop speakers?

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    Ya I didn't, I had them connected to the Mac. But the speakers I have just have a cord that plugs into the headphone jack of the Mac. Can I not use these?
    http://www.guitarcenter.com/Bose-Com...%5E13625729321

    Or
    Do I just need a pair of these?
    http://www.amazon.com/RiteAV-RCA-Ste...916588&sr=1-20
    Denon MC2000, Midi Fighter Spectra, Trakor Pro

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    You want to route the controller directly into the speakers.

    Use an RCA -> 3.5mm. You can get a nice cable for cheap from monoprice.com

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