Just run one cable, left or right for a mono signal; no need to run both or to sum the signals.
Plugging DDJ-T1 to a single monitor (TRS output)
I own a Mackie MR8 MK2 ( http://www.thomann.de/fr/mackie_mr8_mkii.htm) and I am trying to connect it to the DDJ-T1's TRS output. I am not sure which kind of cable I need to do that. The DDJ-T1 have 2 TRS outputs (Left/Right) while the monitor only have 1 TRS input.
Do I need a simple TRS-TRS cable which I connect from the monitor to either the L or R output of the DDJ-T1 but then I only get L or R?
Or is there such a cable that plugs to both L and R of the DDJ-T1 and to the monitor input that kind of convert the stereo output so I don't lose anything?
I own this cable ( http://www.thomann.de/fr/the_sssnake_sk3154_insertkabel.htm) which I thought would do the trick but apparently that's not what it's used for. Using this cable I get sound but no lows and ni highs, only mediums.
I don't know much about cables, any help and links to cables is greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance
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Does that mean that if a track pans sound from left to right, I'll be hearing only half of it? Or is that a Traktor setting to output a mono signal?
Trs is a way to balance the signal you have a ground a hot and a common for left and the same will be for the right. If you have balanced 1/4" trs inputs on your mixer them standard 1/4" trs cables will work