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    Trouble with cueing on my mixer

    I recently bought a used Technics SH-DJ1200, since then i've had to change the fader since it was bleeding.

    My issue now is when i try to cue a song i get the music that comes through my speakers on the headphones as well.. i try to use the A and B cue system but i cant seem to get it working right.

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    Would love any kind of help on this problem, thanks in advance

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    Cue/master issue on SH-DJ1200

    I recently bought a used Technics SH-DJ1200, since then i've had to change the fader since it was bleeding.

    My issue now is when i try to cue a song i get the music that comes through my speakers on the headphones as well.. i try to use the A and B cue system but i cant seem to get it working right. Not getting to hear what i cue is kind of a issue

    Any help on my problem would be much apprechiated

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    Did you set the knob labeled "balance" all the way to cue?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel S View Post
    Did you set the knob labeled "balance" all the way to cue?
    Yes, i have done that. But still when i switch from A to B its still the same on the headphone as well as the speakers.

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    I guess i can try to explain it this way:

    When i try to cue a record on B and flip the A-B switch over to B, instead of just hearing the record on my headphones i get the music out on the speakers also. I have the master/cue knob turned all the way over to cue. When i try to turn the knob some where between i get both records playing.

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    Odd.. it sounds like the internal wiring is all messed up.

    IIRC the SH-DJ1200 was the official battle mixer for DMC World Championship so maybe some turntablist modded it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by efinque View Post
    Odd.. it sounds like the internal wiring is all messed up.

    IIRC the SH-DJ1200 was the official battle mixer for DMC World Championship so maybe some turntablist modded it?
    When i bought it the spare faders were still there and it didnt seem like it had been opened before.

    But if that is the case i have a issue, i'm not good at all when it comes to modding mixers etc, and here where i live (most northeren part of norway) there aint many who deals with such things.

    Any suggestions to what i can try to do?

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    Crossposting is not allowed. Please refer to the FAQ:


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    #7 - Please post in the correct forum section, and do not cross-post topics to multiple sections.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Manu View Post
    Crossposting is not allowed. Please refer to the other thread.

    http://www.djforums.com/forums/showt...ng-on-my-mixer
    Sorry about that

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