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I cant connect my pc to my mixer for karaoke

Hi there im looking to connect my newmark dm100 mixer to my pc for karaoke could you advise me on how to do this regards ronnie

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Ronnie, The numark mixer will not project CD+G graffix on the pc. You can only send the audio from the mixer to the pc. To use karaoke on the pc you need files that re MP3+CDG or CD+G discs. Most karaoke systems only support TVs through a video line usually RCA connections. In order to get video to your PC you need a video card or TV tuner card installed. Most people use it in the reverse having their music files on the PC and then streaming to the mixrer and then the audio speakers. Winamp with MEXP and the CD+G plug installed should work nicely for you. Let me know if I can help further I have been a mobile DJ for 20+ years

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Posted on May 25, 2009

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