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How to get echo effects

Hi, We run a small conference room and use a Inter-M PAM 120 Mixer Amplifier, Public Address Amp to transmit speeches, Is there anyway i could get echo effects on this amp? or how do i go about doing this. I thank you in advance. Regards Koli

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Re: how to get echo effects - Equalizers & Crossovers

Try putting the bass down

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Ic burned

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Piuoneer DJM600S feedback and cd input problems

Check List :
CD Deck 1 to Channel 1 CD Input
CD Deck 2 to Channel 2 CD Input
Mixer booth output to AMP's AUX or CD input.
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even if you think you've done all these checks, check them again.
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One more thing, just out of interest you don't happen to have an amp with surround sound do you?
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How do i conect equalizer

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Mackee PPM808M 1200 How to set the equalizer

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The 'Main EQ' effects the signal to the main speakers (or the mixer line out).

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