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I am trying to connect a Behringer 802 Mixer to a Pyle PHA40 headphone amplifier in order to use my two sets of headsets with microphone attachments in order to broadcast local sports. The trouble I am having is that every time I connect all of the equipment after about 2-3 minutes the headphones start to produce a terrible humming noise. I have tried everything from turning the power plugs 180 degrees, to plugging both the amp and mixer into the same and different outlets respectively, as well as turning down the microphone volume or the headset volume thinking I was getting some sort of feedback. I have never had any humming just using the mixer and a headphone spliter, however I do not want to use this option as my broadcast partner and I want to be able to adjust our headphone volumes to fit our individual liking.

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Get in touch with Behringer they will be able to help.

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