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Connections; Connecting Input/Output Terminals; Connecting Your Pc/Mac To The Unit - Pioneer DDJ-400 Operating Instructions Manual

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Connections

Before connecting to the device or changing the connection, disconnect the USB cable. Only use the USB cable included with this unit.
Refer to the operating instructions for the component to be connected.
Power is supplied by the USB bus power. You can use the unit with only connecting to your PC/Mac.
Connect the connecting cable correctly after checking the place of the terminal on this unit.
! Connect the unit and your PC/Mac directly using the included USB cable.
! A USB hub cannot be used.
! Connect your PC/Mac connected with this unit to an AC power supply.
! This unit may not be used with the USB bus power in the following situation.
— Power supply capacity of the USB terminal on your PC/Mac is too low.
— Your PC/Mac is connected with other devices.
— Impedance of the headphones is lower than 32 Ω.
— The [PHONES] output terminal is connected with a monaural jack.

Connecting input/output terminals

Rear panel
Speakers with a built-in
amplifier, etc.*
1
*
An audio cable (RCA) is not included with this unit.
2
*
Turn the volume of the device(s) (speakers with a built-in amplifier,
etc.) connected to the [MASTER] output terminals to an appropriate
level. Note that the output sound may be loud if the volume is set too
high.
3
*
Only unbalanced input is supported.
4
*
When not using a microphone, turn the [MIC LEVEL] knob to the
minimum level.
Front panel
Connect the headphones of which impedance is 32 Ω or more. It is not
supported with that impedance of the headphones is lower than 32 Ω.
3,
4
Microphone*
*
1,
2
*
Headphones

Connecting your PC/Mac to the unit

1 Connect your PC/Mac to the unit via a USB cable.
Make a direct connection with the supplied USB cable for optimum
performance. A USB hub cannot be used.
USB cable (supplied)
2 Turn on your PC/Mac.
3 Turn on the device(s) (speakers with built-in
amplifier, etc.) connected to the output terminal.
PC/Mac
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