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CS-800 buzz in channel a

I have a buzz about half volume and up on channel a of my cs-800. Easy fix or should I trade it ? ALSO.... I have a cs-800 x1 crossover amp that I want to use as a regular power amp to run monitors thru. How can I get the 2 channels to work as a regular amp, do I need to bridge it, and if so how ? Where do inputs go ? patches ? I'm lost...

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First a couple of questions:

1) Is the level of buzz controlled by the volume control? Based upon your initial post I would think yes.

2)When you say you want to use the other amp as a regular amp, do you mean to drive a single speaker or more?

Dan

Posted on Feb 07, 2009

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