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No sound going through inputs on Stanton RM-3s mixer

Yesterday the adaptor for my mixer blew and I bought an Eagle switchable power supply adaptor to replace it. When I plug it in to my mixer, power is clearly running through it and I have the adaptor set to 12 volts, however there is no sound from my decks running through the mixer - I can hear nothing through the headphones and the channel level guages are not lighting up!

I have not unplugged my decks or headphones from the mixer - the only change has been the new power supply adaptor. Is there an explanation for this?

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  • Anonymous Feb 07, 2009

    Same exact problem with my Stanton SA12 mixer.  Worked fine before.  Same set up.  Original power supply.  All lights come on.  BUT... no sound output at all...not even in the headphones.  Not even a hiss...  Still looking for a solution....


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make sujre, it is a 1amp power supply

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