Question about Behringer POWERED MIXER, 20 CH, 400 WTS AMPLIFIER => Model PMX5000 Car Audio Amplifier
When turned on lots of "popcorn noise appears"
Seems to be related to the Voice Canceller switch.
Do you have any experince with this problem. Any idea as to where to get parts?
Thanks Claus Henriksen
604 886 1980
The voice cancellor switch basically subtracts the left and right signal because the vocalist is usually centered... The noise would likely be in an op amp associated with this feature...
Compare your circuit to a PMH1000. On that unit first thing to check is the two electrolytic caps at the left and right noise cancellor outputs.
There are a wholle bunch of resistors and IC's 48,50,37 are all involved.
Troubleshoot this one with freeze mist (ccircuit cooler). The problem should show up easily by heating and cooling.
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