Question about Behringer HPS3000 Professional Headphones
I bought some headphones (the behringer hps3000) but the sound is the worst ever. I connected them to my TV but they were making some terrible effects and you couldn't even understand what were the people saying. Next I connected them to my computer and I heard a song. I couldn't hear the voice of the singer and the instruments had terrible effects again. Can anyone help plz? Any answer would be useful.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The microphone needs a phantom power supply to work. In your case you need a 48volt phantom power supply. Some mixers have this feature built in.The Micropower PS400 by Behringer would probably be a good choice.
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
Some of the Podcast mics are condenser mics and MUST be used with a preamp or DEVICE that supplies PHANTOM power to the mic.
You computer DOESN"T supply Phantom power.
Read up on Phantom power in Google to understand it.
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
This is a wild educated guess.
I repaired a Behringer guitar amp that had a DSP effects in it (BX1200 I believe).
The effects were on a seperate board and the board had its own 5 volt power supply. The filter capacitor for the 5 volt power on the board was UNDERSIZED and it had degraded causing the 5 volts to drop out of regulation, dipping to 4 volts. This caused the DSP effects to fail.
YOUR device MAY use the same DSP OR design.
Check the 5 volt power with an OSCILLOSCOPE to look for dips below the 5 volt operating point that occur at 120 HZ.
Posted on Oct 24, 2009
SOURCE: i have a behringer EP1500
check the power outlet socket to which the amp and mixer is connected. if there is any loose contact in that power socket, this problem can occur. try to use a good surge protector with emi filter for connecting the amp and mixer.
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
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