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most of the input terminals are on the front part of the equipment. xlr (three holes) or trs (one hole - just for ur understanding :-D ) can be used. at the back near the power input terminal u will see a left/right channel output, an xlr and a trs output terminal connect that to ur power amp ar any other equipment ur using. do not use both output terminals at the same time - xlr only or trs only at ne time. for driving other equipments at the same time use the monitor ouput (front) and the sub-outputs(back).
You don't indicate what type of mic you are attempting to use. From your description, I would guess that you have a mic that requires phantom power. I believe that there is a phantom power switch on your mixer. Try turning that on to see if that resolves the problem. Phantom power will not harm a standard mic. Please update this with your results.
DISCONNECT ALL INPUTS(MIC CD) AND CHECK.DISCONNECT ALL OUTPUTS AND CHECK(ALL SPEAKERS ONE BY ONE)IF THE PROBLEM CLEARED WHEN YOU DISCONNECT ANY INPUT OR OUTPUT FIX IT BY CHANGING START WITH CABLES FIRST.
Unfortunately, the way the mic preamp and gain control are surface mount components on the PCBoard, it's unlikely you'll be able to do it yourself. Best take it to an authorized Mackie repair shop, or send it back to Mackie.
What microphone are you using, and also have you checked the cable is good? The gain knob on the mic channel is the only independent control for the mic level in relation to the music (without altering the masters). Also, you need the mic to be enabled on the channel, using the Mic On switch. Yours might be labelled On Air, Mic Live, etc.
Connect either of the XLR DI output of the Behringer directly to a MIC IN channel on the Powerpod using a standard Microphone cable. If you wish to push a stereo sound then connect both(L + R) of the XLR DI outputs from the amp... that's about all you need to do. The only reason you need to use stereo(both XLR Outs) from the Behringer is if you want a full stereo FX output from the amp, otherwise you can get away with 1 connected. You may need to back the gain off for those channels on the power pod. You can get a manual for the Powerpod from here
You will need AC to AC converter that will accomodate US to UK mains. Look for power requirements of your amp on name plate and match with available converters online. Make sure power line frequencies match in/out requiremnts