When using my Numark NS7 or NS7II, after loading a song on my deck, the start time of the song plays back slowly. What can I do to fix this?

Some Serato DJ users on both Mac and Windows computers may experience slow Start Time playback with their NS7II after loading a song on their deck. If you're experiencing these symptoms then simply follow the recommended steps below:

Follow the steps below to correct your Start/Stop time knobs issue:

1. Connect and power on the NS7II. Make sure the USB light is illuminated.
2. Open Serato DJ
3. On each deck, fully turn, clock and counter clock wise, the Start and Stop Time knobs prior to DJing. This will ensure that the NS7II is properly communicating with Serato DJ.
4. As a good practice , I also recommend moving the Pitch Sliders, Crossfader and Channel Sliders up and down prior to DJing. Again, this will ensure that the NS7II is properly communicating with Serato DJ too.
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  • Some Serato DJ users on both Mac and Windows computers may experience slow Start Time playback with their NS7II after loading a song on their deck. If you're experiencing these symptoms then simply follow the recommended steps below:

    Follow the steps below to correct your Start/Stop time knobs issue:

    1. Connect and power on the NS7 or NS7II. Make sure the USB light is illuminated.
    2. Open Serato DJ
    3. On each deck, fully turn, clock and counter clock wise, the Start and Stop Time knobs prior to DJing. This will ensure that the NS7 or NS7II is properly communicating with Serato DJ.
    4. As a good practice , I also recommend moving the Pitch Sliders, Crossfader and Channel Sliders up and down prior to DJing. Again, this will ensure that the NS7 or NS7II is properly communicating with Serato DJ too.
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