POWER: Use the included AC/DC power supplier to connect MC-7000 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
USB 1/2. Use any of the 2 available USB ports to connect the unit with a USB port of a computer using the provided USB cable. This USB connection sends and receives audio and control information from a connected computer. The 2 available USB ports provide the ability to connect 2 computers at the same time for back-to-back DJ changeover.
MIC 1/2 Connect up to 2 microphones to these sockets, using a 1/4" cable or XLR for MIC1. The audio signals of these inputs are routed directly to the Program Mix and Cue Mix. The level of the Microphone Inputs are controlled from the top panel
LINE INPUTS. Connect your audio sources to the 4 available LINE inputs. LINE Inputs 3 and 4 can accept both line and phono-level signals and can be used for DVS as well (see Inputs & Recording. ). Use the USB/LINE switches at the top panel to send the audio signal of these Inputs to a Mixer Channel.
BOOTH OUT (XLR): Use XLR cables to connect this output to a booth monitoring system. The level of this output is controlled by the Booth section on the top panel.
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.
Master OUTPUT (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.
HEADPHONES SOCKET. Connect your 1/4" or 1/8" headphones to this output for cueing and mix monitoring.
XFADER CURVE. Adjusts the slope of the crossfader curve. Turn the knob to the left for a smooth fade (mixing) or to the right for a sharp cut (scratching). The center position is a typical setting for club performances.