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Numark - Mixstream Pro - Layout  

FRONT & REAR PANELS




Rear panel


  1. MASTER OUT : (Balanced - XLR): Connect this low-impedance XLR output to a PA system or powered monitors. The level of this output is controlled with the Master Level knob on the top panel.

  2. MASTER OUT 2 (RCA): Use standard RCA cables to connect this output to a speaker or amplifier system. The level of this output is controlled by the Master Level knob on the top panel.

  3. SD SLOT : Connect SD storage cards. Keep in mind that the devices connected to this slot will not be available as computer devices, when the Mixstream Pro is on Standalone (Engine) mode.

  4. USB SOURCES : Connect USB storage devices in the ports of this USB hub. Keep in mind that the devices connected to these ports will not be available as computer devices, when the Mixstream Pro is on Standalone (Engine) mode.

  5. USB PC : Use the provided USB type B to type A cable to connect the unit with a USB port of a computer. This USB connection sends and receives audio and control information from a connected computer.

  6. POWER IN & ON/OFF: Use the included AC/DC adapter to connect Mixstream Pro to a power outlet. While the power is switched off, plug the cable into unit first, and then plug the cable into a power outlet. Use the Power Switch to turn the unit on and off. Turn on unit after all input devices have been connected and before you turn on amplifiers. Turn off amplifiers before you turn off unit




Front panel


  1. HEADPHONES SOCKET. Connect your 1/4" or 1/8" headphones to this output for cueing and mix monitoring.

  2. MIC INPUT : Connect a microphone to this socket, using a 1/4" cable. The audio signal of this input is part of the USB Audio interface and can be recorded to your Mix as well.
    Note that the MIC button needs to be turned on from VirtualDJ GUI in order to operate.

  3. MIC LEVEL : Adjust the level of the Microphone Input. Note that this knob is not sending any MIDI message, so can't be assigned to any VirtualDJ script action. It controls the level of the Mic input, but doesn't move the MIC VOL knob on the VirtualDJ GUI (or vise versa)