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Buy input jack active model BX 4210A


Contact Behringer to get part number FIRST, then go to this website to see if they have it available. http://www.dbmproaudio.com/behrparts.html

It should be a standard 1/4" mono jack, so you can always go somewhere like Radio Shaft or PartsExpress.com and get one. You certainly don't 'HAVE' to get a certified Behringer part for this. Good luck! :)

Jan 16, 2013 | Behringer Bx4500h Ultrabass 450w Bass...

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Yamaha CP 300 broken headphone jack


Some keyboards use the amp output sockets for headphone use.
You might need some adapters for your headphones.
If it fell in, you would see an empty hole. This would be unlikely because it is held on by two screws. If all fails, buy an amp with a headphone jack input. Plug the keyboard into the amp and use the amps jack.

Dec 15, 2011 | Yamaha CP300 Stage Digital Piano...

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I have purchased 2 Ibanez TS8DX Tube screamers. Both are broken right out of the box. I plugged a cable into the out jack and into my amp. I then pluggen my guitar cable into the IN jack. Pushed the pedal,...


The input cable MUST be a TS (unbalanced cable) to turn the unit on. The sleeve of the input cable is what connects the battery. If you use a TRS cable at the input it likely will not turn on. A TRS cable has a tip, ring AND sleeve like many 1/4 inch stereo cables.

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Input jack fell inside


Yes, the jack MAY actually be broken. It will need to be serviced. Run cables through the handle to avoid plugs from being yanked sideways and breaking the jacks.

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The input jack on the back of my behringer cabinet and the active input jack in the front of head have both cracked and separated. The Quarter inch cords for each respective input jack do not stay in. What...


The jacks have to be replaced. If you are not adept at repair, best to take it to a shop for the repair. Do NOT use the unit till repaired. If the jack shorts you may damage your amplifier.

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I have a Fender Deluxe Active Jazz Bass thats makes this really really loud buzzing earthy sound. It seems to happen spontaneously, in fits and starts, but particularly if the cable input on the bass is...


This sounds like either a bad guitar cable or a bad jack in the guitar. Possibly your friend is not as qualified to find these intermittent problems as needed? These jacks are really junky and often have riveting of the barrel come undone... especially if the retaining nut is overtightened. The LONG barrel like jacks are notorious for failing. You have all the information you need to solve this problem. First try a different guitar cable... (often they are broken or intermittent at the end where they flex). If that doesn't fix it, replace the jack in the guitar. Also verify that the conductive coating paint within the guitar is grounded. Sometimes the contact to it is destroyed when the volume control shafts or jacks become loose and they depend upon the shaft barrel to ground the paint.

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WHAT TYPE OF AMP?


Probably the easiest way would be to use a stereo receiver. You can run the headphone output of your ipod into a tape or cd input. The only thing to deal with will be adapting a stereo 1/8" (3.5mm) headphone type jack to 2 RCA type input jacks. You should be able to get this cord at radio shack. You might also be able to purchase a receiver that has a 1/8" input jack specifically for connecting things like an ipod. A receiver, by definition, has a tuner built into it. The alternative would be a tuner and an 'integrated amplifier' which has power amps to drive speakers as well as a pre-amp and input selection switching.


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Guitar amp signal interference.


Mine did that. Found out it was the input jacks

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