Booth Output – If a venue contains a separate DJ booth with its own speakers, connect these RCA outputs to the
ampliﬁer or powered speakers within the booth. The Booth knob (14) controls the volume of this output.
Master Output – Connect these RCA outputs to the main sound system of the club, studio, or venue in which your are
performing. The volume of this output is controlled with the Master knob (13).
Pedal Inputs – These 1⁄4" inputs allow you to control your DJ software using foot pedals. There is an input for a
footswitch and another for an expression pedal.
MIDI Output – This is a standard 5-pin MIDI output that can transmit MIDI data to an external MIDI device such as a
keyboard or drum machine. This port operates in one of two modes:
Host Mode – In this mode, the MIDI Output port transmits messages generated by the host computer (such
as from a MIDI sequencing application). Xponent operates in this mode when it is connected to your
computer using the supplied USB cable.
Surface Mode – The MIDI Output transmits MIDI messages generated by the buttons, knobs, wheels, and sliders
on Xponent. Xponent operates in this mode only when the controller is not connected to a computer
MIDI Input – This is a standard 5-pin MIDI input that can receive data generated by an external device such as a MIDI
keyboard or control surface. Like the MIDI Output (4), this port operates in one of two modes:
Host Mode – In this mode, messages received at the MIDI Input port are transmitted to an application in your
host computer (such as your DJ software or MIDI sequencing program). Xponent operates in this mode when it is
connected to your computer using the supplied USB cable.
Surface Mode – Messages from an external MIDI source are used to control the lights under the buttons and
meters. While this mode may not be very useful to most users, some "power users" interested in MIDI programming
may ﬁnd this functionality to be quite useful.
USB Port – The USB port provides audio and MIDI communication with your computer. Connect this jack to an available
USB port on your computer.
Power Switch – This switch turns Xponent on and off.
IMPORTANT: Do not touch Xponent's controls while the unit performs its power-on calibration.
DC Power Jack (12VDC, 1000mA) – Connect the supplied power adapter to this jack to power Xponent.
Kensington Security Slot
Torq Xponent User Guide
– This jack is compatible with Kensington security cables to protect your device from