The Numark DM950 is an external mixer that can be used with equipment such as turntables, CD players and other digital media devices.The DM950 requires an external sound source, such as external monitor speakers or headphones. The mixer allows you to mix, compose and extend audio media in different formats, such as MP3, MP4 and DAT.
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Plug in the mixer by attaching the AC adaptor into the slot on the back of the unit. Connect turntables to the Channel levels "1" and "2" "Phono Level" on the back of the mixer. Connect the left turntable to the "Ch1" outlet and the "Ch2" to the right turntable.
Connect monitor speakers or external speakers to the "RCA Master Output" jacks on the back of the mixer. Adjust the level of the speakers by tuning the "volume" knob on the face of the mixer.
Plug external CD players and other digital devices to the "Ch1" and "Ch2" "Line Level" inputs located on the back of the mixer.
Power on all equipment, such as turntables, CD players and monitor speakers before powering on the mixer. Place a CD in the player or records on the turntables, and press the "Play" button. Listen for any sound coming from the speakers. Press "Play" on the other CD player or turntable to play the next record. Power off and reconnect all connections if you don't hear any sound.
Use the "Tremble", "Bass" and "Trim" knobs to adjust the mix for each turntable or CD player as the mix plays. Adjust the "Crossfader" at the bottom of the mixer to change between songs on both players. Adjust the "Cue Trim" knob to ensure a smooth transition between songs.
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