Click player B's [CUE] button to set up the place
where playback is to start.
Using the [Beat Indicator] of Player A as a guide,
gauge when playback is to start for Player B.
Click the [A/F] button of Player B to initiate
playback for player B.
• This enables you to monitor Player B's sound on your
Drag the slider of the [Cross Fader] and move it
to the player B side at whatever speed you wish.
• As the [Cross Fader] moves, the volume from player A
gets quieter while that of player B gets louder.
• When the [Cross Fader] reaches the right side, the volume
from player A goes completely off.
DJS Ver. 1.600
(Contd. on the next page)
Using the [CUE] button
Auto Cue Function
(Track Hot Cues/List Hot Cues)
Playing (Track Hot Cue)' P.57
Playing (List Hot Cue)' P.47
Using the Channel Fader
Correcting Discrepancies in
the Beat Displays
About the Cross Fader
The output sound can be switched back
and forth by changing the position of the
only player A can be heard.
only player B can be heard.
some combination of player A and player
B can be heard.
If you right click on the [Cross Fader], it
will be instantaneously repositioned in the
middle of the range.
Mixing Songs Manually
'Using the [CUE] button' P.28
'When the Auto Cue function is ON'
'4-1 Setting up to 4 Points to Start
'3-4 Setting up to 8 Points to Start
'Using the Channel Fader to Mix
'Adjusting discrepancies in the [Beat