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Monitor Cue problem

Have bought mixer 2nd hand - when I turn on cue buttons while vinyl is playing, it will play even when fader levels are down. Quite odd seeming as the cue button seems to boost the volume of the actual track instead of just playing it through the headphones as it should. I will be glad to answer any firther enquiries about my problem. Thanks. Josh

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If you don't have the manual it is here:http://www.behringer.de/EN/downloads/pdf/DJX700_P0165_M_EN.pdf Have a look at page 4 under Monitor, mode switch and mix control. You might be having problems with them.

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How to Set up Auxiliaries on a Mixer.


Here are some tips to set up the auxiliaries properly on your mixer:
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