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Loss of volumn

As i play the sound level drops away

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Mpc 1000 loud static


Maybe try adjusting the MASTER level?

Good Luck

Other settings
Adjusting the master level You can adjust the level of the headphone and the stereo out by turning the MAIN VOLUME knob. The MAIN
VOLUME changes the analog signal level. This will also adjust the entire level of the MPC1000 digitally.
01. Press the [MODE] key and then the [PAD 10] (OTHER).
It switches to the OTHER mode.
02. Press the [F1] (GLOBAL) key.
The GLOBAL page will be displayed.
03. In the Master level field, set the level.
You will set the digital signal level, which will be sent out to the DA converter. The MPC1000 can output up to
32 sounds simultaneously. There is the great difference in the level when you play single sample and play 32
sounds. If you increase the value in the Mater level field, you can increase the entire level of the MPC1000 to
create more powerful sound with less noise. However, if you playback many sounds at the same time, the
level may be overloaded, which may cause distortion. If you decrease the value in the Master level field, you
can prevent distortion when you play many sounds at the same time. However, you cannot have a good
result in respect to the noise or punch of the sound. Set the appropriate value in the Master level field
depending on the application.

Mar 31, 2014 | Akai Mpc1000 Music Production Center

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When playing low notes on my guitar, I'm getting sub harmonics while playing clean on my Delta Blues 210. (sounds like a detuned bass playing along with me.)


That unit has a digital reverb and tremolo that can not be turned OFF with your foot control, meaning this small sound card is always on. Even though that level is on "0", it is still always on. If it has a problem within it, it will put noises into your sound. I would recommend opening the amp, look for the power to the effects card and unplug it to see if it goes away. It should be a small card resembling a sound card from a computer mounted off to the side. It should have a red and a black wire plugged into it. Wiggle it and listen for a change, dirty connections on that plug could do that. Unplug it completely and listen. This would only remove the possible interference of the card, you would still have sound without effects. Regardless of the brand, those cheap effects cards are usually more trouble than they are worth. They only have a few samples of effects, not the actual effect. I hope this helps, I know it is a great sounding amp but, those effects cards are the weakness of amps today.

Mar 28, 2014 | Peavey Music

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After playing a a few small gigs my husbands Hartke vx3500 bass amp cuts out with the sound BUT the head seems to stay lit up, dont have problems when a low volume but during a gig has randomly cut out for...


It has something loose on the board or where the speaker wires connect. Combo amps are really bad about doing this. The vibrations from the speakers loosen the components on the board.

Sep 03, 2011 | Hartke VX3500 Bass Guitar Combo Amplifier

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Played samson 412 aura speakers for about 6 hours today with the volume at 1/4 of the way turned up.. the speakers became very hot and turned off by them selves.. I have them mounted on stands in a corner...


The volume setting on the speakers has LITTLE to do with how hard you are driving them. Your source might be extra hot and overdriving them. Read the specs on the speakers and use a sound meter to check your level. The speakers, being only 12 inch, should fill a room 20 foot by 20 foot to about 95 to 100 Db which you are only allowed 2 hours in MAX to prevent hearing loss. At 6 hours you should keep it down to 85 Db SPL. I know several deaf musicians that were exposed to high sound levels in rock bands... a deaf musician is kind of washed up.

Jul 03, 2011 | Samson Auro D412 2Way Active Speaker

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My new Bugera 333 212 combo has a weird "ringing" noise on the crunch channel. The noise can be heard on other channels too, but it is loudest on crunch. The noise is clearly mechanical, (it...


Microphonic tubes can be detected by tapping them lightly with a pencil. I cannot find if this uses a spring reverb, but if it does, vibrating the cabinet will get a clanky type sound from the reverb tank. This MAY use a digital reverb however which is immune to that. Next thing is to make sure your guitar can't "hear" the output sound of the amp because the strings can pick up the sound and resonate feeding back into the amp. You can detect if this is happening by quickly dampening the strings and see if ringing gooes away. You probably need 6 to 10 feet of clearance between the guitar and the amp OR put your body between the amp and the guitar. ALWAYS set sound level at safe levels. Get a sound meter and go no higher than 90 Db. I know a lot of near deaf musicians whose careers are near over because of hearing loss using too high level.

May 24, 2011 | Behringer Bugera 333212 120W 3 Channel...

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One sound cancels another sound out.


You MAY be saturating the circuits and/or the summing section.

There is only so much dynamic range available in both the analog and digital sections.

The kick can have a very high level so one must keep the PEAKS within the input specs for this device.

When mixing, the kick level must be kept from saturating the digital level. This is a problem of the dynamic range of the kick versus the rest of the program.

Apr 18, 2010 | Akai Mpc2500 Music Production Center

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Marshall MG250dfx's sound fades out


I have read that the problem is in the FX send/return jacks which oxidize if not used much. All you have to do, apparently, is ram a jack plug in and out a bunch of times. This breaks up the oxidation, and allows the amp to work properly again.

Feb 26, 2010 | Marshall Amplification Marshall MG250DFX...

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Loss sound


First check your power adaptor if it has one. Often the connectors come loose.

Make sure the adaptor, if you have one, is the original correct one for the unit.

Sep 28, 2009 | Music

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Minimal to no bridge


Sounds like you have some microphonic pickups. Only thing to do is replace them. This would be caused by the guitar being hit against something or being dropped.

Feb 03, 2009 | Epiphone Les Paul 100 Electric Guitar

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