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Hi i have a behringer xenyx2442fx one channels of the main out is not working also the the cd/tape has one channel down can anyone shed some light on this problem cheers..gaz

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It could be one switch at main section called "Stand By" and just got dirty or scratchy, this is the main cause for one channel goes out in this mixers, just take out the plastic cover of this button and insert the cleaner spray pipe in then just give it 2 or 3 shots, then put back the cover and press it several times and recheck functionality, let me know to help.

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When you said radio I am thinking you mean receiver when you say stereo. Have you tried using your CD into the input that you are plugging your mixer into? If you get both sides , right and left of your CD then it is a problem with the signal from the mixer and we can work from there.

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The utput fader has probably been broken. If the knob takes a hit, it breaks the resistance element. The part is inexpensive but it takes a lot of work to access and replace the part.

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Often the A channel power output blows. CEASE using the unit immediately until repaired as continued use can have additional damage to power supply.

Any problem with speakers can blow the channel as there is real weak insulation on a multi-layer circuit board in the rear most amp (channel A). It burns and takes out three transistors on the HCA2400 module inside.

ALSO read my tip on here regarding a hazard of Behringer PMP units due to the channel A connection when using Speakon to 1/4 inch plugs or adapters having the BARREL being the hot lead instead of the TIP of the 1/4 inch plug. Short that barrel to ANY ground and goodbye channel A.

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Hi, use the RCA/Phono connections for the Tape In & Out. The level will be set by the Master/Main fader. If that is not so convenient (& assuming it's a PMP4000?) there should be a "Main 2" output & connections with the level controlled separately to Main 1 via a Knob / Rotary control over to the right above the "Mono" fader... Hope that helps... Good Luck!

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  1. Make sure nothing is plugged in.
  2. Turn the GAIN, LEVEL, and FX knobs for each channel, counter-clockwise all the way.
  3. Bring the MAIN fader all the way down.
If the signal LED's above the MAIN fader are still lit, then the board most likely has a short in it and will require repair.

If the signal LED's are dark, repeat the following on each channel...

  1. Rotate GAIN clockwise until the mark on the knob is at "12 oclock".
  2. Rotate LEVEL clockwise until the mark on the knob is at "3 oclock"
  3. Raise the MAIN fader to "0".
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  5. Return GAIN, LEVEL, and MAIN to "all off".
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The LED cans are not easily dimmable to very low levels. The signals sent are all digital. It is POSSIBLE that the A channel fader doesn't go low enough electrically within the console and the conversion to the control stream of data is NOT commanding a low enough level. LED's are HARD to dim below a certain point and what would happen is that in the multiple strings of each color, some stings would go completely out before others... SO it is possible they have a minimum SET in the PAR can that is the lowest level that can be done without dropping off some of the internal groups and making a mess of the color. There would be NO solution available to you in this case.

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You say lights flash? There are a lot of LED's on the unit and there are displays. Depending on what you mean by "lights" sends us on a whole different path. Remeber the effects ADD to the noise as they add into the buss to the amps. You should have the Effect to MAIN knobs not too high... say 12 o'clock. Same for the effect send knobs for the channels. If all the LED's flash, better stop using the unit as there is a power supply problem and damage will occur.
Please read my tip on here about the hazard of Channel A output when using Speakon to 1/4 inch speaker cables or adapters. The SHELL or SLEEVE of channel A cable is the HOT one, NOT the tip so never let that shell touch or connect to ground. The effect window when first powered should display a zero, not one... If it displays 1 at first, unit needs to be taken for repair as there is a defect.

Connect ALL interconnected equipment to the same receptacle or power conditioner source. Pro's run extension cord back to mixer if they have other stuff on stage. The speaker cables should connect to NOTHING other than speakers... do NOT try to tap off the daisy chain outputs of speakers for anything other than speakers. Use balanced lines and isolating DI boxes to avoid ground loops. Make sure to only poower this from a grounded receptacle.

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Bridge mode you use chan B (left connector on the back) using a SPECIALLY wired Speakon. The impedance of a speaker connected as such CANNOT be LESS than 8 ohms.

In the Main/Mon mode, the two amplifiers are separated in function. The monitor knobs for EACH channel input control the mix sent to Channel A which is for the monitor speakers. The Mon1 controls the level sent to Output A for the monitor speakers. Mon2 fader is NOT used.

The individual channel faders control the main mix and the Main fader controls the level sent to Output B which goes to the main speakers.

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Check if the PAN control for that channel is set at 12 o'clock position.

You can "pan" the mic to either L or R speaker or anything between.

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You can also use a splitter cable into the 1/4 inch stereo inputs on the mixer. The 1/8 inch plug must be a stereo plug that then splits to two RCA plugs or two 1/4 inch plugs.

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To use the effects you adjust the FX knob for EACH channel for the amount of the mic or input you want to send to effects from that channel. This is the "send" mix.

You dial in one of the effects based on the list near the effects selection window with the selector knob and the number will change and start flashing. You press down on the selection knob which will enter the new effects number and the number will be solid and not flashing.

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You must connect:
the main out of the 1002, or the ctrl room out of the 1002 at your power amplifier's input.
the line in 9/10 of the 1002 at your 2496's line out.
the cd/tape out of the 1002 at your 2496's line in.
in case of a cd connect it's line out at line in 3/4, or line in 7/8 of 1002
some mic at the mic 1 or mic 2 of 1002.
That's the way you're going to have control for:
the mic level from channel 1 or 2.
cd level from channel 3/4 or 7/8.
pc playback from channel 9/10.
master speakers from main mix or ctrl room.
All the above connections are not absolute and may vary depending on your needs.

In case of a problem or clarification, don't hesitate to post.

Thanks and regards
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