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Djx700 Headphone (cue) Problem. Please help.

My djx700 plays the music what i'm supposed to hear through the headphone over the master on a low volume :s. And i can't figure out why. I have it set on cue, not on master. Really strange, Please help.

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Have a look at page 4 of your manual under the Monitor section, mode switch. Manual is here:http://www.behringer.de/EN/downloads/pdf/DJX700_P0165_M_EN.pdf The mode switch may be faulty or the mix control may be faulty.

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