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Numark iDJ Pro - Frequently Asked Questions

We've put together answers to some of the most common questions about the Numark iDJ Pro controller. With the tips in this FAQ under your belt, you'll have even better control over your new hardware and software.

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I have a Lightning connection on my iOS device. Will it work with the iDJ Pro?

Since apple switched their iOS devices over from the 30-pin connector to the new lightning connecter, the following adapter (sold separately from Apple) has been popular with iDJ Pro users:

This adapter has made it easy for customers to use the newest lightning-equipped iPads with the 30-pin iDJ Pro. However the iDJ Pro’s rear access door must be left open to accommodate the additional bulk of the adapter.


Future shipments of the iDJ Pro, labeled as ‘Lightning Ready’, will incorporate a hole integrated into the rear access door to allow the door to be closed when using the apple adapter.

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Customers with Lightning equipped iPads will still need the Apple Lightning to 30-pin Adapter (sold separately), but because of the newly designed rear access door, will not have to leave it in the open position.

When I launch Algoriddim djay, a popup indicates that an iDJ Pro Firmware update is available. I press 'Update', but the message reappears the next time I launch the app. What should I do?

If you are having difficulty updating with the latest app and firmware for your iDJ Pro, please perform the following:

  1. Make sure you have an active internet connection for your iPad.
  2. Using the App Store app, ensure that you have the latest version of the Algoriddim djay app installed on your iPad.
  3. Reconnect your iPad to the iDJ Pro, and try running the app again:
    1. Remove the iPad from your iDJ Pro.
    2. Quit all apps on your iPad. To view a video walkthrough on how to quit apps, click here.
    3. Power-down your iDJ Pro.
    4. Then dock your iPad, and connect it to the iDJ Pro.
    5. Power on the iDJ Pro.
    6. Launch the Algoriddim app.
    7. When the iDJ Pro Firmware Update Available message appears, press Update.
Is the iPhone 4/4S compatible with the iDJ Pro?

Yes. The iPhone 4/4S will work withe the iDJ Pro using Algoriddim's djay app. The iDJ Pro was not built for a iPhone so the phone will not seat in the mixer as snug as the iPad.

I can only hear one deck, or my sound is in mono. How come?

To make sure the iPad's audio settings are configured for stereo perform the following:

On the iPad go to Settings > General > Accessibility > Hearing. Turn the Mono Audio setting OFF. Set the L and R setting to the center.

When I move the crossfader to the left or right, the PFL light comes on, and the audio swaps decks. What is causing this?

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By default Auto Select for Pre-Cueing is enabled. This feature automatically cues the deck that is currently not playing live. If the crossfader is cut hard to the right or towards Deck B, then Deck A will automatically start playing in your headphones.

To disable Auto Select for Pre-Cueing follow these simple steps.

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  1. Connect your iDJ Pro to the iPad, and open djay 2.
  2. Tap the Gear icon in the center to open the Settings page.
  3. Tap Advanced.
  4. Under Pre-Cueing, turn Auto Select OFF.

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  • Scotte, post: 10238 wrote: Hi,
    Hope you can help.

    I have purchased the Numark iDJLive device along with 2 x speakers & amp from Maplins.

    Hi Scott… I’d say first off consider taking the speakers, amp & interconnect cables back to Maplins for a refund if you can. The amps and speakers they sell are (and I’m being kind here) fairly awful.

    If you really want to stick with the gear or getting a refund isn’t possible I’m sure I can help you get it working assuming nothing is broken. I’ll have a quick look at the specs of the kit you’ve bought and will post again in a bit.

    If you can get a refund I should also be able to point you towards some better kit.

    Scotte, post: 10238 wrote: Hi,
    Hope you can help.

    I have purchased the Numark iDJLive device along with 2 x speakers & amp from Maplins.


    1 x Griffin DJ Cable

    1 x High-Performance Twin Phono Interconnect … ect-220203

    2 x Gold-Plated 1/4in Mono to Phono Adaptors … ptors-1280

    2 x Mono Jack Leads

    I have attached the Mono to Phono Adaptors to the High-Performance Twin Phono Interconnect so that they will insert into the Input connections on the amp and the High-Performance Twin Phono Interconnect is connected to the speaker connection of the Griffin cable.

    The sound is only very faint coming out of the left speaker and nothing is coming out of the right speaker. If I pull the Amp input connector half way out the volume increases dramatically but the sound is still not perfect.
    Something is not compatible somewhere I assume it’s the Mono to Phono Adaptors & the High-Performance Twin Phono Interconnect.

    I have tested a direct connection via the Griffin cable to my portable Bose docking station and this appears to be fine.

    Please can someone help me out.



    First things first, you don’t need the pre-amp. That is designed for connecting the output vinyl record player to an amplifier. It contains a filter that will screw up the sound if you use it with a line level device like the iPad. If the guys at Maplin advised you buy it, I’m afraid they either don’t have a clue what they are talking about or didn’t understand what you were trying to do.

    Secondly the ‘Mono Jack Leads’ you linked to are designed for input level signals, not speakers. Are you sure those are the ones you have? Maplins also sell speaker leads that look similar:

    Hopefully those are the ones you have.

    So, on to your set-up.

    You should not have to pull your input connector part way out to make the amp work.

    Try the following test.

    Hook up the iPad directly to the amplifier using your mini jack to twin phono lead ( ‘High-Performance Twin Phono Interconnect’) and the two phono to mono jack connectors. Connect the mini jack directly to the iPad’s headphone socket. Play something using the normal iPad music player (i.e. not the DJay app).

    Does this give you proper sound out of both speakers? If not, it suggests the jack sockets on the amplifier are faulty.

    My recommendation would be to look for some better quality pro audio kit, second hand if you are on a tight budget.

    That will be difficult to source really quickly though.

    If you need something for a gig this weekend I’d suggest hiring something. What do you need the kit for (what size of event – number of people, size of room etc).

    If its just for home use, a set of active (powered) monitors might suit you well. The KRK Rokit series seem well liked by DJ’s. Quite a lot more money than the Maplins kit but your ears will thank you and should you change your mind you’d have no trouble selling them on.

    Now if budget was really not an issue I’d suggest something like these

    Scotte, post: 10285 wrote: Ok thanks, if I were to buy the Rokit 8 or 10-3, do you need a pair of these or is one sufficent? does this mean you don’t need an amplifier?

    What connections are required for the iPad?

    Active Monitors/Speakers = no amp required
    Passive Monitors/Speakers = amp required

    Scotte, post: 10285 wrote: Ok thanks, if I were to buy the Rokit 8 or 10-3, do you need a pair of these or is one sufficent? does this mean you don’t need an amplifier?

    What connections are required for the iPad?

    You could just use one if you want, although most people go for a pair (if resale value is a concern, a pair would be easier to sell on than one).

    Correct, no amplifier required. Delete garageband instruments mac torrent.

    The Rokit’s have an RCA (phono) input connector, so you should be able to use your mini jack to phono (High-Performance Twin Phono Interconnect) cable to hook things up. You might want a long one though, since it needs to reach from your iPad to wherever you put your speaker(s).

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