Am I being an idiot?

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  1. bondizzy

    bondizzy Member

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    I've just bought a Gemini ps 626x mixer and the headphone socket is too big for my headphones. Am I being really really stupid or do I need some sort of speacial dj headphones?
     
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    Freek Lets get freeeeeeky

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    Yea mate you can get an adapter from places like maplins which will make it fit.
     
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    yea ur standard 3.5mm jack wont fit init.

    u need a 5mm jack, u can get a 3.5mm>5mm jack for about 2 quid from maplins
     
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    Wicked. Cheers for the quick replies

    ---------- Post added at 17:33 ---------- Previous post was at 17:06 ----------

    Surely I would need phono to jack as the headphones iv'e currently got have a jack end

    ---------- Post added at 17:39 ---------- Previous post was at 17:33 ----------

    I've found the specifications for the mixer.....

    •10” 6 line 3 channel mixer with 2 convertible Phono/Line RCA inputs
    •Rotary gain channel control
    •3 band rotary EQ per channel with -30dB cuts
    •User-replaceable Rail Glide™ Crossfader
    •Crossfader Curve and reverse controls
    •VU meters with Master/Cue option
    •Rotary CUE/PGM Fader
    •¼” (6.35mm jack) Mic with volume control and 2 band EQ
    •¼ (6.35mm jack) Headphone output
    •RCA Master and Record outputs
    •iPod cable included in package

    Does this mean i'll need a 6.35mm jack for it?