Question about Nu Mark Numark Cm100 4-Channel DJ Mixer System
I have lost sound from my left (channel) speakers.....right channel plays. I have replaced at least three mixers but continue to have the same problem....what can I do to resolve the problem?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I would suggest this problem is caused by the Buffer PCB, filters the audio. Easy fix. Let me know if you need more info. email@example.com
Posted on Apr 22, 2010
did u find any solution with the mixer? I have a similar problem. Channel 2 works great, Channel 1 is sending only the Left side, something like Mono instead of Stereo.
Posted on Oct 09, 2010
"PHONO" is ONLY for an old school turntable that would require a PHONO preamp, so that leaves, uh, LINE.
It's more than a matter of gain as Phono cartridges require special equalization to restore flatness to the sound recorded in a vinyl groove.
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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Place your mixer in a location that will allow you to hear the sound coming from the speakers clearly. The best placement is opposite the speakers, centered between the left and right pair. Connect the power supply to your mixer.
Connect the female end of an XLR cable to a microphone. Run the other end of the cable to your mixing board. Plug the male end into the "Mic" port of an open channel. These channels provide the preamps that will shape the sound characteristics of the microphone signal, processing them for output. Repeat the process for each microphone in your rig
Connect one end of a balanced 1/4-inch cable to the left channel jack labeled "L" found on the "Main Out" panel. Connect another cable to the right channel jack with the "R" label. Connect the opposite end of each cable to the matching left and right inputs on you amplifier.
Power on your mixer and amplifier. Test each microphone connected to the mixer for output.
Adjust the volume of each microphone channel to create a balanced mix. Use the "EQ" knobs to shape the tone and cut out frequencies that are causing squeal and feedback.
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