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Hi, When an two channel (stereo) amplifier is connected in bridge mode the polarity of one channel is reversed, for this example say channel B. An identical (mono) signal is applied to both channel inputs.
The output is now connected between the two channel +ve outputs. As channel A's output goes +ve , channel B's output goes -ve, thus doubling the output voltage.
On this Behringer powered mixer, the bridge switch simply connects the power amp section inputs, the required way.
The bridged output is wired to the B output between pins 1+ and 2+ of the 4 pole Speakon connector. (Because usually pins 1+ and 1- are used, stereo operation is unaffected.)
So.... If you connect a speaker from the A output alone then I would expect it to work, BUT if there is already a speaker connected from the bridge output, then what happens will depend on the amplifier design.
At best the A channel will see too smaller impedance, and hopefully shutdown.
This is a Behringer, it has digital (class D) power amps, and it does Not claim any amplifier protection !!!
If the powered mixer works in normal stereo, then it is probably OK.
If it then does Not work in bridge mode it is likely to be the connector wiring.
All the best.
If you need a better answer post again with more details. You can connect an amplifier to any of the inputs assuming it has compatible output levels. In your case I am assuming you want to connect to a power amplifier, so connect to the Main Outputs.
You connect the powered 15's using balanced cables. The passive speakers you will have to get an amplifier for as the mixer does NOT have a powered output, only line-level audio outputs.
The powered speakers MAY have audio line level outputs to continue to other powered speakers or, as in your case, external amplifiers to drive your passive speakers.
Remember to power ALL interconnected equipment from the same receptacle or source to avoid ground bounce faults that can destroy sensitive circuits in your equipment.
You'll need to provide an amplifier if there isn't one built into the speakers. All the mixer does is combine audio sources and provide a line-level output. A separate amplifier is needed to boost that to speaker level. If you're just using the mixer in a home setting and you have a stereo receiver or home theater system, you can feed the mixer's output to an auxiliary input on the receiver and use the speakers you have connected to that.
hi, normally in any amplifiers or preamplifiers the RCA sockets used only for pre input and output. for speaker out always there will be binding post or speaker sockets, u can connect the pre amps RCA output to ur power amps input. there will be seperate connector for speaker connection in ur power amplifier . You didn't specified the make and model number of ur amplifier and pre. need any further help feel free to contact. ok
Why don't you try using the main outputs (the 2 XLR connectors). With 2 cables connect these two (left - right) outputs at your amplifier's aux in. In that case take care that the "output level" of the mixer works like master volume controlfor the signal that the mixer sends to the amplifier.
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The Sony DVP-N67P is a standalone DVD player which was produced solely for the Indian market with two analogue left and right audio outputs (phono sockets) and coaxial and optical digital outputs.
You cannot fit speakers directly to this unit, instead you must fit an amplifier with suitable matching input sockets and a connecting lead and then fit whatever speakers suit the amplifier. The amplifier and speakers can be of any brand, they do not have to be Sony.
Hi Dave ok,you go out of comp(this can be headphone OR audio out on your laptop),into mixer (audio inputs,)then go out of mixer (audio out) into input channel on your amp ,the speakers are obviously already wired up to your amp?
if you want sound from normal digital tv you could try connecting audio jacks straight from the free view box. if you got a dvd player it will run sound through your free view also. your basicaly then just using your tv as a monitor and can turn the sound off altogether from your tv
You should be connecting this product to a dj mixer because this unit has no internal mixer.To accomplish this you should connect the two outputs lines for channel 1 from this cd player to the two input lines on channel 1 of your mixer and the same for channel two, connect channel two from your cd player to the channel two input on your mixer and then hook your mixer to a amplifier, then amplifier to speakers. D.J Fire in Louisiana***