combining a new D2 controller with an X1
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    Is there a way to make the X1 mk2 control decks B+D?

    Since the D2 only controls A+C/B+D (top and bottom), the combination of the two controllers are kinda lame. On the X1 mk1 you could change the mapping in the settings pane, but no such thing on the mk2.

    Any ideas?

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    Change it in the mapping then. A bit tedious but it will do the trick.
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    When you plug in the X1 mk2, turn the loop encoder until B+D shows up. You can choose A/B, C/D, A/C or B/D.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mojaxx View Post
    You can choose A/B, C/D, A/C or B/D.
    Or C/A if that makes sense to you like it does to me

    It automatically maps the focus to your choice.
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    You can control all four decks with one D2.
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