Hey, New to denon, brand new x1850. I noticed right away on first gigs that when i adjust vol with channel gain it is wayyy too sensitive, i barely touch or turn and it goes so loud i sound like an amateur. (32 years of ding). Is there a way to adjust senitivity of gain knobs or maybe i have faulty mixer (this ain’t ok)?
Yup, ok i did not understood what was going on, and weird thing is that mixer sometimes changes volume by itself. I know it sounds ridiculous but i can hear it do that few times on a gig. Maybe it has something to do with digital in from decks? About setting volume before live, well i have some experience as i said :). So far been playing mostly with pioneer mixers djm2000, djm 900nxs2 etc. Never experienced anything like it, either it has something to do with digital connection or i have faulty mixer or faulty software on mixer. At one point channel meter drops almost half to what it was and it is clearly audible!
Yeps, sorry, did not realize i had replies here until yesterday.
2x SC6000 + X1850 connected via digital inputs with cables players came with. Playing without computer or any external software.
As i said in previous post it is really weird, it’s like mixer changes gain by itself, sometimes drops, sometimes goes higher. At first i thought its about gain knobs but now i don’t understand at all what going on. Never had this with any mixer since 1989. I usually set gain before i play the track. Kinda weird, played yesterday then it happened once, i’ll see how tonight goes. Most of the time all is well, when long mix is playing then i have not heard this problem, only when i play 1 track live and i cue listen next track in headphones (or something like that), hard to explain. It’s like there is something with digital connection (haven’t tried analogue connection yet).