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No video output from iDJ2

When I play a music video on the iDJ2 it does not go to the monitor. It has a S video line hooked up and the Ipod is set for tv out also it is on the direct setting. Hope someone can help.I sure would like to play vedos on a large LCD tv Thanks Eric

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    Numark iDJ2 plays video on Ipod hooked up direct but does not go to monitor. The ipod settings are on tv out and it is hooked to a tv monitor with a s video line, but only sound ....no picture to tv

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Ensure the video input selector on the monitor had been set up properly.

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Is the sound coming from external speakers or from the actual tv? If not coming from the tv then maybe you need to change video input setting. Check for INPUT selection button or tv/video button or something like that on the remote or tv itself. If the sound is coming from the tv then maybe it's a bad S-video cable. Try a different one if possible. Hope that helped.

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The Numark iDJ2, besides having an iPod dock which feeds both players, can also accept two additional USB 2.0 devices such as a memory stick or external HD. It also has provisions and switching to accommodate just about any analog component that uses standard RCA cables. A grounding lug exists in case one of those devices happens to be a turntable. The iDJ2's software can be user updated in the field via the USB ports which is a real plus for applying patches and upgrades.
OUTPUTS: The main outputs are standard balanced XLR connectors, My Cortex DMix-300 has only unbalanced RCA outputs. There is a pair of RCA analog output jacks that can be used for recording or feeding a signal to an alternative processor such as an outboard mixer, video camera or whatever. It was also interesting to note that there is also an S-Video output just in case your iPod happens to contain music videos. I don't believe the unit will play video files from outboard USB sources as the wide variety of codecs needed are not pre-loaded into the unit's internal software and the hardware is just not video capable. However, this is a really nice capability for those of you that own the newer larger iPods with up to 160Gb of storage and like music videos or picture slideshows.

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There is an S-video output to connect the unit to a TV, monitor or projector. This function only works with the iPod photo and (we assume) the new iPod video. =========== S-VIDEO – If using a video iPod, the iDJ² can output the video signal through this S-video port. Please use a standard S-video cable to connect to a TV, monitor, or projection device. This will enable you to display videos from your iPod. Note: Video from your iPod can only be output when Deck A is in iPod Direct Mode. See “iPod Direct Mode” for details . for everything as how to connect.--- where to connect.------- why there is no video everything is given in this link .just go through the chapters in the link it is clearly mentioned with diagrams.read it properly and connect as per the diagrams. http://www.numark.jp/pdf/manuals/idj2_english_reference_manual_rev1.2.pdf
click the above link directly. thank you for using fixya.

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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

Initially, to my understanding, the Video would only display if:

  • Deck A is in "iPod Direct Mode" only;
  • iPod direct Mode however will limit you DJ functions (loop/scratch, pitch/blend) since Deck A is just a controller for the iPod player.
Check and perform preliminary visual or necessary inspection. Pls post back result(s). Good luck and Thank you for using FixYa.

Posted on Jan 12, 2009

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    Louie Role Jan 13, 2009

    Appreciate the additional information.

    Based on that, pls try:


    • connect the iPod direct to the TV without the Numark. If it works, then the iPod and/or the TV as possible culprits would be eliminated;

    • alternately, connect temporarily another video source to the TV (say a DVD player) but play a VCD not a DVD video disc. This is to determine if the TV will play low resolution videos;

    • if all of the above works, then it would be the video interface of the Numark;

    • if any of the above does not work, then the iPod has some issues and/or the TV has.
    Pls post again results. Cheers.


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But do you get sound with the connection .if yes then just interchange the connections and recheck it will be not connected at the proper jack in the socket.

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