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Headphone monitoring DP02

I can only hear out of one ear on the headphones, no matter where I pan to. I have hooked up monitors, and they both work. I have tested the headphones on other equipment and they are working fine. Could I have a bad phone jack on the DP02, or does monitoring only come out on one side??? Drives me crazy! This is my 4th tascam recording device - the first to not be able to monitor with headphone when recording.

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It was a bad phone jack adapter ... found another one, and it works fine. The DP02 ROCKS! I wish it had build in compression though - I am finding my vocals get too loud and too quiet at times. Maybe it does, I have to keep reading. So far, it does everything except the dishes :)

I started recording back in the 80s, and spent over $30K back then to get equipment that honestly doesn't do as much as this little machine. (I wasn't rich, I went bankrupt).

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