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Humm??? a mixer in a car ?? what a concept !! could bring an entire new dimension to "air guitar on the freeway " but might you mean an equalizer ??? if so its easy to connect a equalizer before the amp as it comes from car stereo , the round "rca" jacks are the best way to do it if you have the means !! then its a simple wire out to each speaker and whoola !! you got sound !!
An external equalizer will not help this at all. The problem is likely within the amp (feeding the main speakers), the connections from the board to the amp, or the speakers themselves. In other words, the answer would be "NO." Best of luck!
I had a like problem with a crown amp. I found it was in the amp settings , nothing to do with the mixer set up. We had it a mono setting. Take a look at your amp set up book, i'll almost bet thats where the problem is
You have two aux sends on that mixer so quite easy to use one of those to feed the external power amp. You could have one set of spkrs connected to that amp and another connected to the powered mixer. This would give you full independent control over each set.
The rule of thumb is you control your audio on the low side. That means you plug your mics, tuners, audio sources into the pre-amp and then the pre-amp into the equalizer/mixer ant finally the mixer into the power amp and the amp into the "large honkin' speakers". The inter connects on the low side (between the source, the mixer and the power amp are usually done with RCA plugs. Use a good quality set of cables to get good tight connections and solid grounding. AUDIO SOURCE?MIXER?POWER AMP--- heavy speaker wire sized to your SPEAKERS.
The order is mixer, equalizer and amp. The output of the mixer connects to the input of the equalizer and the output of the equalizer connects to the input of the amp. The equalizer has three types of input and output connections. They are XLR, 1/4 inch and screw terminals. The mixer will have one or two of the three. Choose XLR if possible on the mixer, choose line level output on the mixer if possible. A XLR male to female cable is needed for the connection. The equalizer has two channels, if the mixer has two output channels the two output channels of the mixer can connect directly to the two input channels of the equalizer. If the amp has two input channels, the two output channels of the equalizer can connect directly to the two input channels of the amp. If the mixer only has one output channel then only one channel of the equalizer can be used and one channel of the amp likewise. A XLR male to female connection cable can be used to connect the equalizer to the amp.
you need a small mixer from radio shack near you. 1-connect cd player to channel 1 in mixer. 2-connect tape to channel 2 in mixer. 3-connect mixer out to equalizer in. 4-connect equalizer out to amp in.
you will need an amp for extracting more power outta your speakers...Also you will have better control on bass, treble and other settings...So if you want to feel the sound you might need an amp....and a mixer of course if you wanna mix it up! Regards, Eagle!