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    Route rotary mixer via DJM250MK2

    hello, Wondering if anyone could help me? Im planning on buying a rotary mixer under the £500 mark. My current setup is a DJM250MK2 with a set of 1210 mk3's. Is there a away of routing the rotary mixer through the 250MK2 so I can still get the use of the audio interface within the 250MK2 so I dont have to buy another audio interface to get the use out of the rekordbox dvs?

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    nope.
    bored, curious, deaf or just bad taste in music?
    finally a mix by me
    and what's this, another shoddy mix...another dull mix

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    Actually, there is "hack" to use the djm as interface, but no point in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stomp View Post
    Actually, there is "hack" to use the djm as interface, but no point in it.
    Please dive in... can you give me the pros and cons how its not worth it etc, is it easy done?

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    You can route deck 1 from the master and deck 2 from the headphones, to the line inputs of the other mixer, adjusting the levels appropriately and leave it. But it makes no sense for just rotating knobs, as you lose some sound quality.
    Also, getting a cheap rotary is not worth. Maybe going the route of converting the 23c to rotary, where you get solid sound and a built in dvs soundcard. Omnitronic ...nah.

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    You can also convert your djm to rotary, but...why?

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