DJM800, How do i stop the microphone blasting through the headphones!?

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  1. Wizla

    Wizla Member

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    Been absolutely loving my djm 800 til the other day had an mc over the set and all i could hear was the microphone made it so difficult to mix ended up being a right flop so we've rescheduled for today was wonding if there is any way of turning it off
     
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    How do you manage that? Whats your set up for cueing?
     
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    Headphones are on stereo, when i switch to mono it makes the sound from headphones delay from sound coming out of speakers? I have the master cue always on and switch the cue button on the track that im mixing and use the Cue/Master to adjust between the track being mixed and track playing
     
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    That will probably be the problem...does the mic come through when you dont have the master cue on?
     
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    Riisu Not the Preacher Man

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  6. Wizla

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    What a div didn't think about that, cueing the master of course the mic's gonna come through! Didn't try without the master cue'd yesterday but i think you've hit the nail on the head there ;)