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Rokit Speaker to Mixer Setup DJ Mixers
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Rokit Speaker to Mixer Setup

Hi,

I have just purchased 2nr Rokit 4 speakers.

What cables do I need to plug the Rokit speakers into the back of my Beringer DJX750 mixer.

My mixer has only 1nr red and white port.

Would I need a splitter device? If so are there any recommendations please.

I use to have standard speakers which require speaker wire so changing over to powered monitors is new to me.

Thanks
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I assume these are for monitoring, and you have a total of two speakers, not two pairs of speakers or four speakers? If so, the simplest would be to use an RCA to RCA cable per speaker from the "booth" outputs on the mixer to the speaker. The red jack on the mixer is for the right speaker, and the white one for the left, as it's also labeled. No Y cables or splitters or other such things are needed.
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I don't understand the question.
Your Behringer DJX750 mixer has a white RCA output for left, and a red RCA output for right.
Connect the white RCA output to your left speaker using a mono RCA to RCA cable.
Connect the red RCA output to your right speaker using a mono RCA to RCA cable.

You need TWO cables like this. One for Left and one for Right...


It is not clear why you think you need a "splitter"?
Do you have more than one pair of speakers?
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