Question about Audio Players & Recorders
There is a master attenuation adjustment on the back labelled MASTER ATT. By turning this setting down you effectively lower the output volume from the XLR (3 pin connections) giving you the ability to run more level through the desk and see the metering.
Another way is to run your speakers or amp at a lower volume and turn the djm800 up which will give the same result.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It's not your ground wire with the issue, but your RCA cables. Try disconnecting both turntables, and connect 1 at a time, and do the same test, this way you can isolate the problem. Once you've isolated the problem, then you'll need to have the RCA cables replaced on your turntable.
You might also want to check the Cartridges as well. Sometimes a bad cartridge or headshell connection will cause this issue. Worst case scenario, its your tonearm, but that should be test last.
Also, on the rear of your mixer, there is a gain volume pot, make sure this is not maxed out. Keep it about 3/4 of they up. Again, this is on the rear of your mixer where you connect everything.
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
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Now, you have to use the CUE button function on each channel to select what you want to hear when you cue things in the headphones. Last, you control the volume of the master cue in the headphones using the CUE volume of the headphone CUE section.
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Posted on Dec 18, 2008
hi there i have a djm 500 but i have the same screw on the back its like an ATT for master output and if i turn it all the way down i have no sound but if i turn it up it gets alot louder lol
Posted on Jun 28, 2010
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