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I am needing to replace my piezo drivers for the S715 cabinets and they are 8 ohm 15 watt drivers. Will these cabinets only safely handle 15 watts, or can I replace them with higher wattage drivers? I am...


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No worries here, in fact you can attach a non-piezo hf driver, coupled with a 2.2uf/3.3uf MKT filter and that should do the job with ease, even better than with piezoelectric devices, hope this helps...

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Sound keeps turning off after ten muients


I've had this problem with other sound equipment. For me, it was a heat issue and there was an auto shut off feature to save the unit from over heating. I would especially think this is the case if it turns back on without problem after another 10 minutes of being off.

You could try turning off phantom power if it isn't needed to run your mics. Or making sure it is in a spot that allows maximum air flow through the head.

Hope this helps! Don't forget to rate!

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You don't specify which model Phonic mixer in question.
Is it a powered mixer ? And are you plugging your speakers into the speaker outputs ? If it's not a powered mixer and you're plugging speakers into the Line Outputs, you're not using a power amplifier between the line outputs and your speakers - this won't work.
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