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DJM 2000 Nexus no post fader on channels with RMX 1000

Hey Gavin, I am the proud new owner of a DJM 2000 Nexus and CDJ 2000 nexus. I was a Denon owner but made the switch over to Pioneer with these new players. I am loving everything so far as I am learning the many functions. My question is that when I have the RMX-1000 selected to a channel. ie: 1,2,3,or4. I have no post fader effects. I only have it when I have the master selected on the top of the effects portion of the mixer. Now with the RMX 1000 hooked up to my Denon DN-X1700 mixer, I always had post fader on each channel. Am i doing something wrong, or is this the way Pioneer has made this? And if so? Can this be changed with a F/W update? Thanks for your time.

DJ Pete

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Crickets in here.... LOL Gavin. Pulse. Anyone???? :)

 

DJ Pete 0 votes
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That's the way it works and I don't think it can be changed by firmware. I think the 900nexus works the other way but don't hold me to that as I don't own one. 

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Thanks Morgo... That sucks!!! Not really a fan of having it just work with the master. Wonder why they would do that?? @ Marsano... Use the A/B channels? How? I was wondering what those were for? Do I need to assign the A/B channels? I will read up on it. Any help would be much appreciated. TY

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Ahhhh ok Marsano.... A/B is the cross fader... I will have to change the way i mix to use it that way.... But I guess I can do it.. Gavin if your reading this thread I would still like and Definent answer on the post fader being able to work with the channels. TY

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Gave it a try with A/B selected and it does work. But i would REALLY like it to work with the channels selected. GAVINNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN... Can I get an answer please? TY

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I haw DJM-900 nexus, and it works just the same way. I would like to drop down the fader and lett the effekt blure out and throw in the music, but thats not working :-( i hope its an option to do that!

Stian Bjørn-Larsen 0 votes
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Same here!!!!!

I would love it if the djm would have post fader on the channels!!

You can't let your effect bleed out the way it works now :(

i'm also hoping for a solution !!

TheOne 0 votes
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I'm mainly concerned with the RMX post fader effects not working with my DJM 2000 Nexus on the channels. Especially when it works on every other mixer like that. And if I remember correctly??? It was marketed that way as well when it was first release.

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It must be as my EFX-1000 is post fader on the DJM-2000. On your cross fader assign, assign channels 1 and 2 to A then 3 and 4 to B then just use the A and B channel effect select to make all effects post fader

Marsano 0 votes
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Thank you Marsano :-) Omg finaly, i have don it so mtch harder for my self!!!!

Stian Bjørn-Larsen 0 votes
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Yes I know that I can use the A/B channels and assign my channel accordinly. But it shouldn't have to work like that. It should work that if we select a channel. we should have a post fader effect on that channel even if the channels are set to "thru" which is where I like to keep my settings. I don't make sense having to do it that way?? There must be an answer??

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no worries, i actually find it harder using 1,2,3,4 on the effects, it's much easier using A and B for left or right deck. It can just be a bit tricky when using more than 2 inputs though

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thank you marsano for the tip!!

I didn't know that !

It works that way , But I would still prefer that the channels are post fader...

It's not the ideal way of working...

TheOne 0 votes
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I'm pretty sure post fader is a hardware feature and i doubt it can be applied with a firmware update. The A and B solution is a work around

Marsano 0 votes
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This doesn't have anything to do with the tropic , but do you still hear the "pop" noise when you switch from effect channel ?

When I switch the effect channel from 2 to 3 or an other channel , I hear a "pop" sound. not always , but most of the time.

It has been reported a long time ago ( more then a year)

Do you still have this on the Djm Nexus ?

 

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I have not heard a popping sound on the djm 2000 nexus. 

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