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On the rear of the piano there will be two 1/4" jacks labeled Output Left and Right. One will be labled Mono as well. If you are using a stereo amp, use both, and if a mono amp use just the mono output. If your amp is a guitar type, connect a shielded cable with 1/4" phone jacks such as you'd use with an electric guitar from these jacks to your amplifier. If you are useing a home stereo amp, you will need a cable with 1/4" phone jacks from the piano to RCA phono jacks on the amp end.
have you checked the speaker leads in the back to make sure they are hooked up> if so, you have power to amp? Volume knob turned up? is guitar cord good? (try it in a different amp , or check w/ an ohm meter) . Does the guiter have active pick-ups? If so, is battery good? and last, is the volume knob on guitar up" try all that and get back to me
You'll need 2-3 INSTRUMENT CABLES to do this. There are TWO ways to try your connection to make it work:
FIRST WAY: try to connect it to the FRONT of the amp. DO NOT try to connect the pedal to the rear of the unit where it says "FX INSERT." Use one cord from your instrument to the "IN" port on the pedal. Use the second cable to run from the "OUT A" port from the pedal and connect to the "INPUT" on the amp itself. This should work without fail. This is the easiest way to see if the pedal is even working correctly or not.
SECOND WAY: If you want to loop it through the back, then you'll need two (2) cables (instrument) to do this. One cable to go from AMP "Insert" to the "IN" port on the pedal. One cable to go from the "OUT A" on the pedal, and back into the "Return" port on the amp. If neither way works, then you've likely gotten a bad pedal. Unfortunately, Behringer pedals are not known to be as high quality as some of their other gear. Best of luck!
It can plug into a guitar amp or PA system both. If you use an amp, you could hear yourself alone through that, then output jack "power amp out" to PA or put a mic in front of it from the PA. If you don't use an amp, it can plug into the PA but, you would only hear the 8 pieces together and have no way to hear yourself seperately.
use a mini adapter to a large one.(3.5 to 1/4) or mini headphone jack to 1/4 headphone jack.plug a male3.5 into your outgoing headphone jack or from the pc convert the other end of that cord to get you to the proper size or 1/4 head phone jack.the primary cord from the pc needs to be a male to female cord.they make adapters that will get you the rest of the way.3.5 mini male to 1/4 phono female.then you plug your amp in to the 1/4 female.wala
Hi. You can use standard 1/4 inch jack to jack audio cables (ordinary guitar leads will work fine) to connect the MIX outputs to a keyboard combo amp. If the amp only has a mono input, just use one cable from the MIX output marked L to make the connection. Remember to keep the amp volume turned down until you have plugged in the cable(s) from the K2500S. All best.