Question about Mackie SRM450V2 POWERED SPEAKER
This is a self-powered with a 12" speaker and a twitter. I have this speaker for 2 years and use it with a small Mackie mixer. Now is just making ugly noise when I play music. What are the chances that replacing the 12" speaker will fix the problem? I learned that the V1 version could be reconed but this V2 version cannot.
Take it to a Sound Production company and ask their opinion. If they use Mackie gear-even better. They will better be able to tell you what's goin' on if they hear the speaker. Good luck.
Posted on Oct 17, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If all other functions work for those channels, the most likely problem is the fader itself. These can fail and operate more like switches rather than faders. Without witnessing the behavior, I can not state that for sure. While these mixers are not the hardest to work on, they are time consuming. The faders can be purchased from Mackie directly. If you need to have this repaired, any shop that repairs audio gear should be able to erpair this for you. Where are you located?
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
Yes, there are chips in the unit and any COMPETENT tech should be able to repair.
Since both the XLR and the jack are bad, this implies something more.
USUALLY Mackie drives the XLR and the unbalanced jack seperately so the problem would be what drives the unbalanced jack.
CHECK if you have output at the UTILITY left output jack. If you do, the driver chip for the left output main is the problem.
If you don't, the problem may back up farther into the EQ.
A LOT of troubleshooting can be done on these by using the block diagram in your manual showing signal paths.
Posted on Jan 25, 2010
The fuse is inside and is to be replaced ONLY after you repair the cause of it blowing. Additional damage may result if repair is not made first. Power it up with a 150 watt light in series with the power cord as a resetting fuse. When light remains out, unit should be good.
The fuse is mounted on a circuit board behind the power input connector.
Here is a link to a service manual that is probably close to your unit:
Scroll down at the web page to a small link that says "Get Manual" Click on that and after download unzip the file... it is free... ignore the winrar thing...
Posted on Apr 02, 2011
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