Question about Korg Pa800 Synthesizer
1. plug in some headphones into the jack.
2. connect to an amplifier or external source.
3. connect midi to a midi-compatible device and determine if device receives signal by pressing keys
If #1 or #2 passes, your speakers are bad.
If #1 & #2 fail, but #3 passes, your setting are set so that there is no sound, but the keybourd still recognizes input.
If all three fail, the keys do not send a signal at all, you should replace the keyboard.
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
Could be some lose wires from the speaker to the brain. Or the speakers could be blown out. Take it to a guitarcenter or if its kinda new send it to Korg corp.
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