Numark Mixer Headphone cue broken. Repair or replacement??
Could you tell me whether it is possible to replace the headphone channel toggle on a Numark DXM 06 Mixer. I.e. the sliding switch to listen to either channel in the headphones. This has recently broken such that the switch only outputs 1 of the channels into the headphones.
I would like to get this replaced or repaired if possible??
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I repaired mine when that happened.... you have you unscrew all the screws on the top plare there is like 5 or 6 silver ones..Remove faders (2 volume 1 headphone) then remove the top plate. Then unscrew the the black screws on the side and front of the mixer... NOW THIS PART IS IMPORTANT..from the corners of the mixer there will be a little lifts carefully lift the top of the mixer up JUST A LITTLE BIT... have someone hold it or just rest it diagonally so you can unscrew the jack from the back MIC unless you were able to salvage the jack from the headphone if that silver and black piece are gone your going to have to borrow it from the mic... dont worry the mic will still be functional because its better set in that the headphone jack... now use the outside piece and bring the headphone component to the front where its suppose to be so you can screw the 2 back together.. then put every back together in a reverse order and you should be fine.... if you have anymore questions email me at DjAnthem222@yahoo.com
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.