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Mar 25, 2019  No sound because have installed ASIO4All v2 driver to run Pro tools first Hello, Does anyone know if you can run ASIO4All v2 with windows 10? I had to install it to make Pro Tools First sound work. I can here sound in PTF but the rest of the audio is not working. I have tried to find ASIO4All and tell windows to use it but its seems impossible.

Typically, the ASIO sound API is the best option on Windows and it requries an ASIO driver from the sound card manufacturer. However, it seems that the current version of the Xponent ASIO driver for Windows interferes with the ability to send MIDI control messages to the Xponent. As a result, if you are running M-Audio's Xponent ASIO drivers on Windows, the lights will not work. If you uninstall the drivers, the lights will work, but you can no longer use the Xponent's sound card with the ASIO sound API.

It is recommended to use the WDM-KS sound API instead. The sound card will appear as “Analog Connector 1 (Xponent Audio)” and “Analog Connector 2 (Xponent Audio)”. Connector 2 is the main out, and Connector 1 is the headphones. The latency meter seems to run a bit higher than it did under ASIO, so keep this in mind, and test both setups with your own system to see how they compare. If you require low latency as well as a lot of effects or time stretching, you may want to run with the ASIO driver at the expense of the lights.

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So, in order to get the Pioneer DDJ-SB2 DJ Controller's Headphones-Out to work with Mixxx you have to set Sound API to 'MME' & HEADPHONES to the Device 'Line (DDJ-SB2) to Channels 3 -4' all while your MASTER is your typical PC speakers on Channels 1 - 2... Now go and Enjoy your mixing set! (please, refer to the Solution-Section of this post to see further detail)

I finally got my controller and plugged it's USB to my PC and Mixxx recognized it no hassle only after enabling it under `Preference -> Controllers (*choose appropriate one*)` ofcourse. Now, I was thankful it was that easy I mean no drivers needed to be installed because i'm using Windows 10. Now the problem came when trying to configure the *Audio-Outputs*. I can't set Headphones-Out to the controller itself, i'll end up recieving an error, like so..
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{Dialog Window}
Configuration error:
Error opening a device
An unkown error occured

As far as my controller being an Audio-Output, the device name is `Line (2-DDJ-SB2)`. I'm NOT on `ASIO` Sound API, instead i'm on the default `Windows DirectSound` trying to choose this `Line (2-DDJ_SB2)` when recieving the error.
* Hardware
+ DJ Controller
- Entry level `Pioneer DDJ-SB2`
+ Speakers
- Basic `Boston Desktop 2.1 speakers` connected to PC via auxiliary-port
* Software
Asio4all + OS
- `Windows 10 x64 (home)`
+ Mixing
- `Mixxx v2.0.0`
- Sound API `Windows DirectSound`
* In Mixxx, i'm receiving an error when trying to set my Headphones-Output to my controller's device name.
+ My controller's device name is `Line (2-DDJ-SB2)` and i'm setting it under the Sound API `Windows DirectSound`

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# SOLUTIONInitialize Asio4all Driver Mixxx
* Are your speakers just regular / typical PC Speakers? Is your DJ Controller plugged to your PC? If you answered yes to both then follow these steps (otherwise it should be the same if you're using an external soundcard and NOT your PC's auxiliary port for your speakers)
+ Set Sound API = MME
+ Set MASTER = (usual speakers, you should see the driver name like Realtek or something like it) -> Channels 1 - 2
+ Set HEADPHONES = Line (DDJ-SB2) -> Channels 3 - 4
* Do you have your DJ Controller's `Master-Out` hooked to your speakers?
+ Nope, I have just the USB cord connected to my PC for power
- my audio is coming from my desktop speakers that is connected to my PC's backplate using an auxiliary jack.
* How come you're not using `ASIO` Audio-Output?
+ Because I want to output 'Master' to my desktop speakers AND 'Headphones' to my controller, there isn't a way to output the *Master to Speaker* when setting *Sound API to ASIO*
- so now it's just left at the default `Windows DirectSound` w/ master being my desktop speaker's `Realtek` driver that's plugged to my PC via auxiliary
+ Also, based from my experience using the ASIO-Output is that you can't have any other sound be playing, because it's exclusive to the player using it first
- in order to fix that you have to terminate the player so you can break free from the ASIO-playback which to me is annoying
- annoying vs. audio quality/speed?
* Have you tried changing to various other `Sound API's`?
+ Yes, from ASIO being the most different to all the way through `WASAPI` I still receive the error

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* Audio-Output (headphones) DDJ-SB2 error, no sound
* can't use Pioneer DDJ-SB2 Headphones, because of error in Mixxx