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If it is connected to external speakers, then make sure they are on the correct outputs terminals for the mode you are in. Most TVs have several outputs for speakers. Quickest method is to move them to the other outputs until you get sound.
if they are internal speakers, check your balance settings to make sure they are not accidentally balanced off.
Yes, you can use both the main1 and main2. They are independently driven and please note that they are PSUEDO balanced drives... that is the cold side of the balanced line is NOT driven as a complement, but is merely returned to signal ground by a 120 ohm resistor. This CAN cause hum problems or noise pickup depending on the connected equipment and ground loops. Best to run this into amps/speakers thaat have TRUE balanced inputs and also keep the power source the same for all devices.
It could be a problem with your rubber front engine mount or it could be that the engine is no longer balanced like it used to be. Check the front engine mount for cracks or any faulty condition.
Now, from the factory, the engine is roughly balanced so as not to shake too much. To do this, be weigh the pistons, rings, wrist pins. Then the factory drill large shallow holes in the flywheels to "balance" the assembly. Now,when you install the upgrade, you changed the piston size drastically and if this included a "stroker" crank, the crank may not be balanced as closely as the original. Also, the camshaft was probably changed. A more aggressive profile camshaft will cause the engine to idle just a bit more rough as well.
Stock engines are designed to idle smoothly. High performance modifications usually do result in the lose of this smoothness.
In order for this to work, you need what is called an "insert" cable. This will have a balanced 1/4" connector on one end and 2 1/4" mono-connectors on the other. The balanced connector is also known as a TRS connector (Tip,Ring,Sleeve). You should have "insert" jacks on the mixer. Place the balanced connector into whatever insert you wish to use (usually this is inserted into the main insert).
One of the 1/4 plugs is for input, one for output. I don't know which is which for your specific unit, you will have to experiment.
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