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Topic: Need help connecting Numark Mixtrack to computer speakers / headphone cue
iO Audio external soundcard
Desktop PC with 7.1 onboard sound
Logitech z-5300 5.1 speakers
I'm having trouble getting music to cue up through my headphones; instead music from both decks play through my computer speakers. Here is my config setup if it helps: http://i.imgur.com/2Mxjs.jpg
Sound card one is my onboard sound card which is hooked up to my speakers and sound card two is the iO Audio hooked up via USB with headphones connected. All the drivers are up to date for both the soundcard and controller and I even tried changing the sound card option to the ASIO setting, but that only made music play through headphones only. This has been bugging me the past two days so a resolution to this would be much appreciated. :)
geposted Sat 18 Jun 11 @ 2:15 am
Please see http://www.virtualdj.com/wiki/DJIO.html for the correct sound setup for master + headphones.
NOTE: If you want your master sound to come out through your PC speakers, then connect a suitable cable (2x RCA to 3.5" headphone jack) from the master output of the DJIO to the line input of your computer. The sound will then come out through the computer's speakers (If not, go to your sound card's mixer/control panel and ensure that the line input is not muted and the volume is set to an appropriate level.)
geposted Sat 18 Jun 11 @ 12:54 pm
geposted Sat 18 Jun 11 @ 4:08 pm
One thing worth noting is when I go to the config screen to select an output, there's no external mixer option to select. Should I be following the "Internal software mixer configuration" section? Also, did I plug the RCA into the right output? Like I said, the RCA's are in output 1 going to line in so should the RCA's be plugged into output 2 and run that through line input on my computer? Thanks again.
geposted Sat 18 Jun 11 @ 4:54 pm
This shouldn't be this difficult! What am i doing wrong? :(
geposted Sat 18 Jun 11 @ 10:06 pm
Most likely the line input of your computer's built-in sound card is either muted or disabled.
Go into your sound card's mixer control panel (Or the default Windows control panel if it doesn't have one - Double on the volume (speaker) icon at the bottom-right of the screen in Windows 7/Vista and then click on the mixer link.)
Make sure that the line input is turned up and is not muted.
geposted Sun 19 Jun 11 @ 1:19 pm
yendor59 wrote :
How do connect Numark DJ Software Controller (with Virtual DJ Limited Edition) software from my laptop to an amplifier. The controller does not have any outputs for audio connection to an amplifier
What controller do you have? If it has no outputs, then it probably doesn't have its own built-in sound card.
If this is the case, you will need to purchase an external sound card such as Numark DJIO or a simple stereo USB card to use for the headphones.
geposted Sun 19 Jun 11 @ 1:20 pm
geposted Sun 19 Jun 11 @ 2:19 pm
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geposted Fri 03 Nov 17 @ 9:27 am