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I have a Behringer PMH660M powered mixer. After some hours sitting idle both the outputs stop working. The mixer part continues as is shown by the mixer meters continuing to operate. By turning the power off & then back on the output is restored, but after some time the cycle starts again.

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I would like to add up one more point.. The operating efficeincy decreases when you place the amplifier with in the range of broadcasting stations and other high frequency sources. Make sure that the amp is sufficient distance away from transmitting devices and that you are using shielded cables to avoid these complications.

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I think Mute signal activated in your power mixer. This can be due to some cold solder joints or lose connection in unit.
Need qualified service technician to check it physically.

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and a source device for music and graphics. This could be your PC, but you'll then need to go trawling for karaoke files and you'll need some software to play them and do the words. Sax & Dotty is pretty good software.

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Where on my mixer should I plug the subwoofer into? Or would plugging it in somewhere else be better ?


This will depend on whether your sub-woofer is powered (has it's own built in amplifier) or not. If it is not powered it will need connecting to an amplifier. If it is powered you will need a line level output either on the amp or the mixer.
Many modern amplifiers (and some mixers) have a dedicated output for sub-woofers in which case this is the best place for it because the higher frequencies will have been filtered out.
Some high quality amplifiers like the JAMO MPA 101 have a filter switch and adjustable filter level for powering sub-woofers. You then just connect the speaker to the speaker terminals in the normal way.

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I have a Behringer UB2222FX-Pro Mixer. The effects control knob (turn/push) has broken below the face of the mixer. Can this part be replaced and where can I get it? Thanks


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Hi i am trying to buy a relacement power adapter lead for Behringer UB1202 Mixer.... i cant seem to get one any where and my local shops have never seen one like it the part that goes into the mixer has...


Here are all the specs.

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If you could look them over it tells what kind of adapter you need to power the unit. I would also need to know what kind of power you are plugging into ie 120 vac etc. Look at the sheets and let me know. I will then try to find what you need or perhaps explain how to make what you need.

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Depending upon the compressor and mixer, there are a couple of options. The compressor should be between the output of the mixer and the input of the power amps. To accomplish this, you can use either an insert cable or 2 audio cables. Some mixers have an insert point for each output. These are usually marked as inserts adn use TRS cables (Tip/Ring/Sleeve). These cables are essentially the same as stereo 1/4" cables. If the compressor can take that, than all you need is a single insert cable. This insert cable will insert the compressor directly so that you still connect the mixer output to the amp as you woud without the compressor. If not, then you will need two 1/4" standard audio cables to connect the mixer output L/R to the amp input L/R.

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The main bus on my behringer 2222 mixer has gone. nothing patched to the main bus comes up on the main vu meter, and only a feint distorted noise comes out of the headhones when the main bus is turned up...


please make all your fader down-all your rotary control at middle(12 oclock position)------all your pressed pushbuttons in up position--disconnect all inputs cables----use good new cables for outputs---bring a good mic and connect it to any channel and raise its fader up and main mix faders up and check if the problem solved check your cables and your pressed button if not better to contact a good service center.

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