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I have a mackie 32.8

I have problem with all my auxilier control none are working and have have a buzz sound. thanks

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Hi there. Disconnect all auxiliary inputs. Still buzzing? Internal problem. Not buzzing? External problem.
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Posted on Jul 11, 2009

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You've made a statement, please give full information if you would like help. Is the buzz heard from the speakers or the mixer? Do you get normal sound too? Is it there with no input? Does it change with the output setting? Help yourself to get help and let us know properly what's going on.

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