Question about Behringer POWERED MIXER, 20 CH, 400 WTS AMPLIFIER => Model PMX5000 Car Audio Amplifier
Behringer pmx 1000 Europower. Unfortunately, I can only "get" sound from one speaker side A connection or B connection at a time. Is this normal?; Or there a way to get both speakers to function simultaneously?
The Amplifier will have wierd, notched, circular speakon cable connectors on the back, two, one for main left and one for main right. Press the button in on your speakon cable connector and twist it and lock it into place on the amplifer for right and left attachments, then do the same to your speakers.
Hopefully this helps.
Posted on Oct 03, 2008
SOURCE: BEHRINGER EUROPOWER pmx 1000
The voice cancellor switch basically subtracts the left and right signal because the vocalist is usually centered... The noise would likely be in an op amp associated with this feature...
Compare your circuit to a PMH1000. On that unit first thing to check is the two electrolytic caps at the left and right noise cancellor outputs.
There are a wholle bunch of resistors and IC's 48,50,37 are all involved.
Troubleshoot this one with freeze mist (ccircuit cooler). The problem should show up easily by heating and cooling.
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
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