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No sound comming from the speakers

I have purchased a used Pioneer cdj800, in the box is the lead that plugs into the electricity supply, and one other lead that has a red and a white terminal at either end . I am struggling to get any kind of sound it is tinny and weak am I missing a lead or do you think the lead they have given me is the wrong one or could it justbe a faulty lead.
Unfortunatly it did not come with instructions.
Thanks for your help
Michael Elliott

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    yuri1 May 11, 2010

    Did you connect it to a DJ-Mixer first?

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Can i ask what sort of mixer you are using ? if you are not using a mixer you should be able to plug the cdj directly into a amp useing the red and white RCA's that came with the cdj . as for not having a manual the pioneer web sit has free PDF manuls for all it products , i would advise that you take a look at that and see if that hellps .

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Assuming you have plugged it into your mixer first, be sure that you:
A) matched the red and white RCA cable heads with the red and white input port on the mixer and output ports on the CDJ.
B) make sure you've plugged in to the "Line" ports, not the "phono" ports on one channel of your mixer.
C) lastly, make sure your headphones are plugged into the headphone jack of the mixer, have the "monitor" volume turned up, have the correct channel selected and make sure the channel selector switch is set to the same channel your CDJ is plugged into.
That should do it.

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