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Hearing reverb on my shure psm200 in ear monitor

I have a banjo, mandolin and guitar in my ear monitor and all have an annoying reverb/chime on all instruments that i cannot get rid of - what could cause this? it is not noticeable when listening to vocals

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It is not possible for the PSM200 to create reverb. Thus, it must be something in the mixer or other effects unit that you have.

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