Nitro mesh no sound from aux input

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Just bought/assembled a used nitro mesh kit. I've tried several different pairs of headphones and still get no sound from any drum/cymbal. All pads are triggering properly so I am assuming they're all connected correctly.
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Tom

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Sounds like you're plugging the phones into the wrong jack. Phones plug into the head phone jack. Aux input is for plugging in cd player, etc to play along with,
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Bill R., Employee

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Thanks for helping out!
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Andrew Madison

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You can't play the drums through a standard 3.5 headphone jack?
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Tom

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Right - you have to use the 1/8" jack on the left side of the module/brain. It's sort of hard to see - use a flash light - it's there. Good luck
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Alex Attah

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How can I use my phone to make an output of the drum sounds?
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Lance Faure

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Phone plays backing music and is input on the auxiliary input. This backing music is then mixed with the drum sounds and output through the line-out jacks or the auxiliary out or the headphone out depending on the control module
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You can also perform the same mixing operation at the drum amp or PA if they supports multiple simultaneous inputs. Studio monitors typically will not support this type of operation and mixing needs to be performed up stream.