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I'm have'n a problem

Well i'm try'n to connect channel 1 and 2, but don't know where it goes

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You should be connecting this product to a dj mixer because this unit has no internal mixer.To accomplish this you should connect the two outputs lines for channel 1 from this cd player to the two input lines on channel 1 of your mixer and the same for channel two, connect channel two from your cd player to the channel two input on your mixer and then hook your mixer to a amplifier, then amplifier to speakers. D.J Fire in Louisiana***

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