Question about Behringer B215D Powered Speaker (550 Watts 1x15 in)
Driver is not working he is dead I think so I opened the box remowe the amplifier and try to get out the driver but it stuck anyone have an idea how to remove the driver and replace with new one??..
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The first thing to do is to swap teh L & R INPUTS to the amplifier. Did the speaker that works change?
If som the problem is with the setting of the mixer deck. If it did not change, then the problem is with your speaker wiring of the dead speaker, the speaker itself, or that side of the amp.
If the working speaker did swap, that means problem is with the mixer. The question then becomes how are you connecting to the mixer. You should be using TRS 1/4 inch connectors or preferably XLR from the MAIN outputs. These are balanced outputs connections.
If the inputs are from one of the mono inputs, the PAN control for that channel will control how much goes to each speaker... If at center, both will get same signal.
There are so many possibilities that I can't evaluate them until you try the test to find if it is problem of the amp or the mixer that I have given you to try.
Posted on Dec 28, 2009
SOURCE: I have a B215D Behringer
This should be close to your schematic;
Scroll down to "Get Msnusl" link and download. Leaving it on should NOT have caused a failure, however, if it was running and the input was not being driven there may have been feedback going on that did damage. Only thing to do is take it for repair.
Posted on Mar 20, 2011
SOURCE: Beringer PMH 660M has very low power output to speakers and when the volume in increased the output pops in the speakers and goes completely dead, everything else works ok and the lights stay on
could possibly be the volume switch, try changing the switch with one that you hardly use to eliminate the problem. any further probs just let me know. hope this helps
Posted on Feb 16, 2012
If it's still under warranty, get it replaced. Otherwise, take to an authorized behringer repair shop, or your local pro-audio repair shop.
Posted on Apr 14, 2012
Regards, urgent help.
I have a powered speaker Class D, and the PWM isdead. change the IC 3525, is controled by a NE555 which is shutting down. works when connected to a higher voltage 150v, but turned it off, I think by overheating. I already changed mosfets, and ICs. I think that may be some component failure is triggering the protection, someone could help me. I'm a musician and I depend on this car for my livelihood. Thanks
Posted on Nov 23, 2012
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