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Output problem on DJ soundcard

I hear the same thing in both of the outputs. I have changed all of the settings that we were using and it worked fine. All of a sudden the sound starts coming out of both outputs. Any ideas?

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Re: output problem on DJ soundcard

Have you recently upgraded any part of your hardware, software or operating system? I had one of these for a powerbook 3 years ago. And i used the software monitor to control the output busses, but Believe 1 is intended for monitor out, and the other for main out. So, ideally unless your processor or sound generating application can handle sending 2 separate signals, 1 to each out ( like serato or torq ) that is normal operation.

Keep me posted.

Posted on Dec 16, 2007

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