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One ear When I plug my M5G into my mixer I only hear the music in my right ear using my headphones.The headphones are fine as they work in everything else. Whats wrong?

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Re: One ear

Try using m5g on another channel if that solves it its your mixer if it doesn t then its probably the cable frm your m5g

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