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How do I hook this unit up as a vocal monitor? I HATE dragging around a floor wedge!!!

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Please name the manufacturer and the model number of your unit in the question. It helps us a lot.

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Can you please tell me the best amp that I can use to hook up a Roland SPD 30, I'm looking for one to get volume. ( loud ).


Hi, With my sound engineers hat on I would use a small PA. mixer, amp and speakers!!!!
For quality you need a full, flat frequency range system with good headroom.
I assume this is for your own listening, when using an acoustic kit?
There are one box solutions.
  1. Drum amps. Like a monitor wedge with an amp, Roland do a PM-10, Various other makes are available.
  2. General purpose powered wedge.
  3. Keyboard Amp, these are full range and available in various sizes.
  4. Bass amp with high frequency driver (tweeter), not the best but will have good bottom end.
  5. Powered or active speaker, much like a powered wedge, but a different shape, needs an input volume control.
All these systems need to have large bass units, 10 inch minimum, and will be in mono. Two will give you stereo,
How loud depends primarily on the sensitivity of the speaker. But manufactures insist on selling things by power. Worth looking this up.
At a couple of feet away, 20 watts should do it, with high sensitivity speakers, more likely you find most things as above start at about 70 Watts.
Good luck, I hope I have widened you choices a bit.
All the best, Chris the Fader.

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How to set up a pmp 2000


What you need will depend on what you are doing with it (what sort of venues and how you are making music - what sort of band/solo with backing track etc.) You will need a monitor with an amp or a powered monitor. The key thing is that you'll be able to hear the monitor mix over the rest of the PA. If you are just putting vocals through it you would possibly be best with a 12" but otherwise go for a full range unit with 15" and horn. Power wise I would suggest you need something capable of generating at LEAST 125dB unless you are in a quiet acoustic set. The SPL from the monitor is much more important than the power since power has little bearing on SPL.

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The vocal cuts out completely from time to time. Comes back after a while but keeps cutting out at intervals. Have two of these and both do it. Is it my set up, is it overload in some way. Guitar ok. Use...


The amp or pre-amp for the vocals built into the unit is failing when it gets warm. This is a common problem with electronics, that when it cools down cures itself until it warms up again a few seconds later.
The units need repair or replacement.

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Monitoring vocals and cd/tape


Here is a link for the manual, can't download it but you can read it online.THESE words are written on page 9 of the manual," If you are recording a signal via the TAPE OUTPUT and wish to listen to this simultaneously via the CD/TAPE INPUT, do not use the CD/TAPE TO MIX switch. Doing this would create a feedback loop, since the signal would be routed, via the main mix, back to tape via the TAPE OUTPUT. To monitor the CD/TAPE INPUT, use the CD/TAPE TO CTRL switch to assign the tape signal to the monitor(s) or headphones. This will avoid the tape signal being routed to the TAPE OUTPUT."

It also says this under that,"If you want to monitor only the efects signal in your headphones or monitor speaker(s), press the FX TO CTRL switch. Now the signal of the efects processor can be monitored alone, and the main mix andnor CDntape signal is no longer present on the phone and control room outputs."


The link for manual is below

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Help with hooking up a compressor for vocals.


The compressor is a really good idea and should be connected between your mixer and your amplifiers. Your "integrated" mixer/amp is a bit tricky in that you will have to "insert" the compressor in the signal path.

If you have the "console" model....

1. "Main 1 Out" left and right to the input of your compressor and the output of the compressor connected to the "PWR Amp Insert."

2. What is known as Tip, Ring, Sleeve patch cable and plug connected ONLY to the "PWR Amp Insert." This type connection breaks out into a "Input" and "Output" using a single 1/4 stereo plug.

If you have the "square box with knobs on front" model

1. "Main Output" to input of comressor and compressor outputs to "Input to Main" (aka "AUX IN").

Check your owners manual for hookup details or suggestions and remember, all outputs feed inputs and all inputs feed outputs.

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Oh my... the EMX512SC does NOT have any "sub busses" there fore there is no way to just hear YOUR vocals where there are other vocal present. The way to connect this is to run YOUR mic into the B205D and then run the line output that is intended to run to other B205D's from the B205D into a channel of the EMX512SC.

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No vocal sound


It sounds like the guitar level input to the unit is too low.

NOTE: With this product you MUST use an amplified or electric guitar that has a preamp within it.

If you have a straight guitar that does not have an amp in it, buy a preamp to first run the guitar through.

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After a few minutes of use, there is clipping and sound cutting out with the guitar through. Vocal and harmony are fine. I tried using different guitar cords, different guitars, different amps to no avail....


Hi,

I know you hate this answer, but it needs to be repaired. It has a circuit board inside, and there's really not a work-around. But it is broken. I totally understand about not wanting to send your gear out, especially if it's a pedal board you have set just right, and are completely usweed to using. You'll be a lot happier with it if you get it fixed though. Or find another one on eBay. I sold all me Digitech pedals when I got my Pod - but that's just me, I use a lot of distortions and it fit the bill better for me. I used Digitech pedals for about 20 years and thought I would hate anything else.

Take care.

Mark

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I need to output guitar and vocal separately. No matter how I hook it up guitar comes thru the vocal channel


Hi there. Use the "pan" pots to assign the guitar to left channel and all other pans to right channel. Also, turn all effects off or down all the way. (Effects return all the way down.
Thanks
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Boss 900 digital recorder


from reading instructions when you record channel 1 and 2 you are recordind channel 1 in stereo so you only recorded channel 1 try rcording on chanel 3 for vocal hope this helps

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