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Hello, I am trying to plug my Mixer into my amp but only one speaker has sound..I am using a Rane ttm57sl mixer with technics turntables & cambridge audio azur 640a amp...I've gone from the Aux out on the mixer to the aux in on the amp & also the tape in....Any Ideas please Thanks

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Why don't you try using the main outputs (the 2 XLR connectors). With 2 cables connect these two (left - right) outputs at your amplifier's aux in. In that case take care that the "output level" of the mixer works like master volume controlfor the signal that the mixer sends to the amplifier.

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