Could anyone tell me how to connet my vestax pmc 06 mixer to the DJ mix station / Virtual DJ program. I can't listen to the second track in the headphones. Is there any additional program I should get?
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most likely one or some of the op-amps are blown. you are using the right ac adaptor too? sometimes when underpowered it will give a low output. also are you getting a read out on the vu meters? if so then most likely the op amps. if there is no read out on the vu meters, it could be the input stage. have you also tried your mic and aux in too? my suggestion is, that if its under warranty get it fixed.
try it with nothing plugged in to the inputs, if there is no noise. most likely its the turntable, cd player, or whatever the input is is the problem. or try plugging the mixer into a different area of the house/room. its like if you were to put your cell phone by a mixer, or speakers.
It is more than likely NOT the switch that has been destroyed. I am quite sure the switch could handle 1A without burning out.
What has more likely happened is you have damaged some internal components. You will not be able to tell which ones by their appearance alone.
Is there a fuse on the board? check to see if that has blown.
to change headphone track, use the cue slider which is located on the right of the control panel above the right chanel treble control and below the cue gain control. chanel 1 or 2 can be selected or in the middle for a mix of both tracks just like the cross fader.
Yes this is a big problem. You need the gold caps to complete the circuit for each rca plug. They don't seem to be soldered to the unit, so it is very easy for them to come of and get stuck inside the rca cables.