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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
HOME and BROADCASTER VERSION SETUPS
CONFIGURATION OPTIONS DEFINED
BASIC (QUICK) CONFIGURATIONS
HEADPHONES
EXTERNAL MIXERS
MICROPHONE
LINE INPUTS
ADVANCED CONFIGURATION
BASIC (QUICK) CONFIGURATIONS
ADVANCED
REWIRE
RECORD LOOPBACK
TIMECODE
BASIC (QUICK) CONFIGURATION
ADVANCED CONFIGURATION
CALIBRATION
SOUND CONFIGURATION ERROR MESSAGES
LEGALINFORMATION

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INTRODUCTION
VirtualDJ‟s sound configuration options can be found in the Configuration (Settings) dialog under the
tab labeled “Sound Setup”. Depending on platform version you are running there are different options
you may have to choose from.
By default, when VirtualDJ is first installed, the SIMPLEconfiguration setup is used. Simple
configuration uses the system identified “Primary Sound Driver” as the Master Output. Typically, this
is the built-in sound card of the computer system as seen in the f igures below.
For HOME and BROADCASTER versions the options are kept simple for quick configuration.


Simple Output – no Headphones
(default installation option)



Simple Headphonesconfiguration
using
o Desktop - 4.1 sound card
o Laptop - USB sound card
o Laptop - Split signal with a Ycable

With the Headphone options please consider
the following:




Desktop - 4.1 Sound card – use the standard speaker line out (FRONT) for the main output
mix and the REAR Channel for the headphones
Laptop - USB Sound card – use the headphone line out for the main mix andthe speaker out
(Channels 1&2) of the USB device for the headphone mix
Laptop - Y-cable – with a Y-cable plugged into the headphone line out, the Left channel (white)
is the main mix and the Right channel (red) is the headphone mix

For PRO BASIC and PRO FULL versions there are more options available to customize VirtualDJ to
your hardware –






Basic (Simple) setup
Quickselect advance setups
Timecode Configuration
Advanced Configurations
Rewire Support Setup

**Note: these options are available in
HOME and BROADCASTER versions for a
limited period of use by clicking on the
[More…] button.
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CONFIGURATION OPTIONS DEFINED
W hen working with the PRO BASIC and PRO FULL versions, it is important to understand the various
elements of the Sound Setup tab asthese become important in getting to the mo re advanced setups.


Inputs – select the type of input devices to be used
o None
o Single Timecode
o Timecodes
o Line Ins
o Microphone



Outputs – select the output paths to be used
o Single output
o Headphones
o External Mixer
o 3-Ch External Mixer
o Advanced Config



Sound card – select the sound card type (drivers) to beused
o Simple (Only available when Single Output is selected)
o Mono-separated
o 2-cards
o 4.1 capable sound card
o ASIO (PC Only)
o 4-out (Mac Only)

*** Screen captures throughout this guide are from the PC version of VirtualDJ and are identical to
those when using the Mac version. Where necessary to show unique differences on the Mac version,
additional screen captures are provided. ***4

BASIC (QUICK) CONFIGURATIONS - HEADPHONES
Basic computer setups are configured for using one Master output and a Microphone input. So the
default SIMPLE configuration will get you started initially. But, if you wish to use headphones or an
external mixer, so that you can play one track to the crowd and listen to the next track in headphones;
you will need to utilize one of thefollowing configurations.
HEADPHONES WITH 1 OUTPUT
Change the Outputs option from Single Output to Headphones. You will see that the Sound card
option automatically changes to Mono Separated. This configuration requires the use of a 3.5MM
(1/8”) splitter (pictured below) from your headphone jack.

3.5MM Male to
Female Splitter

The Left channel output is connected to your
speaker‟s and the...
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