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My mackie profx 22 board is new and even with the effects muted, it still has to much reverb....does anyone know what that could be? thanks!!

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Check that your speakers is not to close and make sure cables are all plugged secure and correct

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Testimonial: "we played a gig and they didnt have sufficient power supply to run our equiptment and my speaker cords were very hot and we had problems all night long with sound going in and out. i bought a new board and new power amp and new mic. but still sounds like the old system did after that gig. do u know what else it could be. the only other rack equiptment is the power conditioner and digital eq. the sound is just horrible. thanks for any help!!"

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