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sounds like an internal connection problem. open access panel and check the solder connection is not broken or loose. Be sure the metal mesh jacket is not touching the lead wire as that would cause a scratchy noise and feedback, or maybe near the internal cable causing feedback
Set the voice input level on the voicelive2 by following this guide from the live 2 manual...
Step 4: Set Mic Level
This step informs VoiceLive 2 how loud you plan to
sing with your particular mic. We'll use VoiceLive 2's
automatic MIC GAIN feature to quickly set the optimum
1. Press and hold the REVERB footswitch
2. If you need to activate phantom power for your
condenser mic, adjust the onscreen PHANTOM
parameter which will restart the level test
2. Sing for five seconds with peaks that are as loud as
you plan to sing
3. Follow the prompts in the display to finalize mic
level setting, cancel or redo the procedure
During performance, if you see the CLIP indicator light
in the HOME screen, you can return to the automatic MIC GAIN feature to adjust the input level.
When input level is set on the voice live ;
on the mixer set the gain control to 12 o'clock position and
individual channel volume level to 7 ....raise the master volume
slider to hear mic input at desired level and without feedback
If you read the TRUE specs on this speaker it is really a 200 Watt RMS unit. Make sure you are using balanced lines to the speaker XLR or TRS cables. The mixer should NOT be a passive mixer as these do NOT generate true balanced lines. Make sure the mic can't "hear" the speaker or you may be getting supersonic feedback that is above your hearing range that saturates the amp. If *********** can't stand to be ain a 15 foot square room with teh level you are generating, it is TOO loud for this unit to handle.
The problem is with the amplifier itself. Crackling is usually capacitor related and you will need to have the amp checked over to properly identify the cause.
Some amps are also prone to pick up static from other electrical items which can also cause these problems. I had a crackling issue with an old Crate amp of mine which turned out it was due to being too near a computer/monitor so it is worth eliminating these things as a possible cause before having the amp checked.