Denon Pro DN-408X - Frequently Asked Questions
With its superb performance, rugged, high-quality construction and diverse connectivity options, the Denon DN-408X epitomizes Denon Professional’s commitment to you-the professional user. With its superb performance, rugged, high-quality construction and diverse connectivity options, the Denon DN-408X epitomizes Denon Professional’s commitment to you-the professional user.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Can I use a Denon DN-408X mixer to record into my computer?
- What is the ratio of the built-in compressor?
- How is the built-in compressor controlled?
- If I want to use an Denon DN-408X series mixer in another country do I need a new power supply?
- How come my tablet or smartphone isn't charging when I plug it into USB port on top of my Denon Live mixer?
- Why can't I hear any audio form the headphone output?
- What is the DFX BYPASS jack for?
- What does the green SIG light indicate?
- At what level does does the red clipping light illuminate?
- Where can I find further support for this and other Denon Pro products?
Yes! Every Denon DN-408X mixer has a USB connection that carries 2 channels of audio from the MAIN output channel of the mixer to your computer. The USB connection also allows you to send audio from your computer back to the last channel of the mixer.
The built-in compressor is a 3:1 fixed ratio.
The COMP knob controls both the threshold and makeup gain for the compressor.
All Denon 408X mixers have a built-in switch to change to the proper voltage.
How come my tablet or smartphone isn't charging when I plug it into USB port on top of my Denon DN-408X mixer?
The USB power outlet on the top of all Denon DN-408X mixers is a 5V 1A power supply and may charge your personal devices slower than a proper outlet. To optimize the charging speed of your device, try lowering your screen brightness and closing unused applications.
Denon DN-408X mixers allow you to send the main mix to either the CTRL OUT or PHONES output, but not to both at the same time. If you do not hear any signal coming out of your headphones, make sure that MAIN OUT is selected by depressing the button above the headphone volume knob.
This input allows you to use a standard 1/4" latching-style footswitch to toggle the mixer's internal effects processor.
When the green SIG light blinks on a channel, it means that a level of 2dBU has been reached. For optimum performance, try to only have this illuminate at your signals highest peaks.
The red clipping light will illuminate when your signal has reached +20dBU.
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