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    DJJ-SB to Rokit8 3rd gen

    hello everyone so im new to the whole mixing wolrd and what not , and id like to make sure i set up everything right , i want to connect my mixer to my speakers should i only buy RCA cables?? what would i be missing to set everything up

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    If you already have headphones, than; Yes that is correct.

    One dual RCA to RCA cable similar to this;
    http://www.guitarcenter.com/Pig-Hog/...to-RCA-3-ft.gc
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    Quote Originally Posted by Windows 95 View Post
    If you already have headphones, than; Yes that is correct.

    One dual RCA to RCA cable similar to this;
    http://www.guitarcenter.com/Pig-Hog/...to-RCA-3-ft.gc
    oh okay cool thanks i just wanted to make sure , and yea i have some headphones already , so would i only need one of those RCA cables ? because my mixer has an R & L master out which i would plug the rca to that but on the other end which cable goes to what speaker

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    Quote Originally Posted by StrawHat View Post
    because my mixer has an R & L master out which i would plug the rca to that but on the other end which cable goes to what speaker
    The Red RCA goes into the right speaker, the white RCA goes into the left speaker.

    If you want to spread the speakers apart, you'll need two mono RCA to RCA cables instead of one dual RCA to RCA cable.
    http://www.guitarcenter.com/Mogami/P...Patch-Cable.gc
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    Quote Originally Posted by Windows 95 View Post
    The Red RCA goes into the right speaker, the white RCA goes into the left speaker.

    If you want to spread the speakers apart, you'll need two mono RCA to RCA cables instead of one dual RCA to RCA cable.
    http://www.guitarcenter.com/Mogami/P...Patch-Cable.gc
    Wouldn't i be able to spread them out with the RCA to RCA cable though?? and thanks a lot you've really cleared things up for me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by StrawHat View Post
    Wouldn't i be able to spread them out with the RCA to RCA cable though??
    Some dual RCA to RCA cables are two separate cables with different colored ends. Some are connected together. Most of the thicker connected cables can't be separated or are two cables with different colored ends.

    Thinner connected dual RCA to RCA cables can often be separated by pulling them apart. But that can run the risk of exposing some of the copper wires.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Windows 95 View Post
    Some dual RCA to RCA cables are two separate cables with different colored ends. Some are connected together. Most of the thicker connected cables can't be separated or are two cables with different colored ends.

    Thinner connected dual RCA to RCA cables can often be separated by pulling them apart. But that can run the risk of exposing some of the copper wires.
    ohhh okay now it makes sense , https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01D5H8UTW..._Vg65zb445BQ66 would two of these work?

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    Quote Originally Posted by StrawHat View Post
    would two of these work?
    Yes, that will work.
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