Question about Music
There's a button named "Stand By" this is probably the cause of your mixer issue, just take the button cover up and insert the spray cleaner pipe inside and give it 2 or 3 shots, then push it in-n-out several times and re-check the mixer outputs, let me know a bit more to improve help.
Posted on Nov 04, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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.
Posted on Jul 17, 2010
SOURCE: how much output power supply
The supply will be similar to that in the 1222. Download a schematic here. Look at the SPUS2 portion of the compressed file.
There are several voltages present.
Posted on Jan 20, 2011
With LED intensity changing with operations, that MIGHT be a symptom of the power supply going into current limiting mode.
The first thing I would do is to check the power supply voltages with an oscilloscope to assure that the voltages are stable and not dipping...
Now from my experience when I hear that a transformer had to be replaced that means it suffered over voltage or under frequency. I would IMMEDIATELY suspect that one or more of the rectifier diodes might be open. With only half wave into the caps the voltage will dip below what the regulators can handle giving weird effects. Check the +/- 16 volts with a scope that they are PURE DC and don't have ripple due to either damaged diodes or C6 or C7 being degraded. I assume you have a schematic... if you don't here is a link:
Posted on Jan 29, 2011
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Place your mixer in a location that will allow you to hear the sound coming from the speakers clearly. The best placement is opposite the speakers, centered between the left and right pair. Connect the power supply to your mixer.
Connect the female end of an XLR cable to a microphone. Run the other end of the cable to your mixing board. Plug the male end into the "Mic" port of an open channel. These channels provide the preamps that will shape the sound characteristics of the microphone signal, processing them for output. Repeat the process for each microphone in your rig
Connect one end of a balanced 1/4-inch cable to the left channel jack labeled "L" found on the "Main Out" panel. Connect another cable to the right channel jack with the "R" label. Connect the opposite end of each cable to the matching left and right inputs on you amplifier.
Power on your mixer and amplifier. Test each microphone connected to the mixer for output.
Adjust the volume of each microphone channel to create a balanced mix. Use the "EQ" knobs to shape the tone and cut out frequencies that are causing squeal and feedback.
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