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Re: how do i hook two dj amps together
If you have speakers that are rated to handle at least 600wrms, then I would run each amp in bridge mode, with left going to one and right to the other. If you have 2 pairs of speakers, then you may have to invest in some Y splitter cables or adapters to send right and left to each amp running in stereo.
check out the different configurations you can do in the instruction manual here
The details of exactly the connectors/cables you will need to do this are also all in the manual. the only special thing you need if you go the 2 pair of speakers in a Y adapter. Most electronic hobby shops sell these. Happy to answer any questions you have about this.
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Without seeing what you have... It comes down to this. Bad amp. Bad input. Switch your RCA cable, if the side is still out.. Unhook speaker, test it with a meter, small batt. Like a 9 volt. If if pops speaker is OK. No pop you have bad speaker, disconnected or bad wire.
Its possible that the (((amps the components on the main circuit)) is short this is why you need to turn all the way up, or the pre amp unit.
you need to be more experienced to find this problem
if you want to fix the amp let me know
I think you will find that something has failed and is causing a short circuit, that's the reason the fuses are blowing and not because you are fitting the wrong type.
I should look at the main devices (anything on a heat sink) first. If they are transistors, you can test them with a Ohm meter. If it gives a reading as if the transitors was acting like a piece of wire, it's gone.
Sometimes you might see evidence of burning or even a hole in something.
Does your microphone have it's own built in phantom power? If it's just a regular mic, you should be able to connect into any MIC inputs on your Amplifier. Otherwise, you'll have to utilize a mic/line mixer to provide the phantom power your mic needs. Then you would connect your mixer to the amplifier.
Which SHS Audio amp do you have? The ones that I am familiar with do not have any MIC inputs.
People talk alot of **** about Pyle amps, all I can say is that,
I have two PT-2000 & PT-1800 power amps that I have set in bridge mode, one for each speaker and they are powering two Altec-Lansing 18" inch subs, one amp per speaker, no hiss, line noise or anything and the system kicks. I tried the Pyles on a whim because I got tired the trouble I was having with the QSC and Crown power amps, could not go a year without having something go wrong always sending back to dealer for some kind of fix! So now I have 2, QSCs, 2 Crowns & 4 Pyles driving my system
You can use the amp stand alone. The remote connection turns the power amp on and off. I would connect it to +ve12v via a switch on the control panel of the boat. Turn on the switch when you want to use the amp. Good luck and happy punting!
Without owning one , I checked the manual and, sure enough, there's no circuit breaker shown. I mailed tech support. Meantime check where the AC comes in and the fuse holder ( unplugged) and see if you can find anything.