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I have a set of amps 4 in all doing diferent frequenies the problem i want
to have compression and limiting, i have a behringer multicom mdx4600

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2009 Buick Lucerne Air conditioning - How do I charge the system when there is no freon in it? The compressor will not come on.

Just because the A/C compressor doesn't come on ,doesn't mean it needs refrigerant . Test the system electrical circuits . hook up A/C gauges , hook up a scan tool an check for codes , check to see if the PCM - engine computer , energize's the A/C compressor clutch relay .
What makes you think thier is no refigerant in the system ? Did you hook up a manifold guage set .
The Trainer 40 When the compressor won compress

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Add to the question of hooking up 4 mic channels to a single compressor: I have a samson 16 channel mixer ( 8 mic inputs ) and a 4 channel compressor. I want to be able to use the compressor to compress 4...

Is there some reason you can't use one of you're aux sends for the compressor? You can then dial up as much compression as you want on each individual instrument. If you're determined to get the 4 mics into one compressor input.... Only thing I can think of is use TRS insert cables on the 4 mic channels - tie them all into one compressor input through a small patch bay or similar. Then bring your return from your comp to a 5th channel. Impedance matching is completely out the window so no promises on results.

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Compressor builds correct pressure but will trip rest before it can restart.

You need to check the head unloader.
Compressed air that is trapped over the piston when the compressor shuts off will be evacuated to atmosphere through the unloader valve, to prevent that compressed air pressure from adding load to the start up of the compressor motor, when the pressure switch again calls for air. For example, the last time you did a sit-up, you may have folded your arms over your chest, or if you are particularly masochistic : - ) , even held a weight to your chest. What you were doing is increasing the load against which your muscles have to work to effect the sit up.
Compressed air, captured in the cylinder after the compressor shuts off, would increase the load against which the electric motor would have to work. It may increase the load too much, and the motor may fail to start, or it may pull too many amps and fry a fuse or pop a breaker in the panel.
When the compressor shuts off, the unloader valve operates, it unloads the trapped air to atmosphere, and that problem is solved.
The unloader valve is plumbed somewhere in the line between the compressor and the compressor tank.
It is often part of the pressure switch assembly. It will, in many cases, be opened by the pressure switch, when the air in the compressor air tank reaches the set point and the pressure switch trips the power supply to the motor off, and at the same time, trips the unloader valve to open.

it is normaly on the bottom of the pressure switch it will have a small tube hooked to i


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Compressor runs and compress air,but when air setting is depleted compressor will not start to compress more air.If you waite it will start some times do think this might the compressor switch

If it doesn't try to start, then it could be the pressure switch. Another suspect could be the thermal overload on the motor. The motor (or just the overload) might be overheating and shutting the unit off, then allowing it to restart when it cools.

Is there any humming, or does it blow the breaker? When ot shuts off, do you hear a brief hiss of air?

If there is humming or breaker blowing on restart, or no hiss of air at shutoff, the pressure switch unloader valve is probably bad. If the air blows off, and there is no humming, and the compressor doesn't reliably start, it is probably the pressure switch. If pressure drops too low, give the pressure switch a tap with a screwdriver. If it starts then, the pressure switch is your problem.

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How do i adjust the pressure relief valve so it quits poping out befor the compresser shuts off

There is no adjustment on the relief valve. They are preset at the factory. You might have a problem with the pressure shut off being set too high on the upper limit causing the pop off to activate before the motor shuts off.

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My compresser runs and wont cut off

Either the compressor cannot reach the set limit pressure due to bad valves (usually), or the pressure control switch is stuck or set higher than the compressor maximum rating. Make sure the tank and safety valve are not leaking air as fast as it is pumped in. If the compressor is belt driven, make sure the belt(s) is (are) properly tensioned and in good condition. Hope this helps!

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Maytag side by side mzd2667heq stop working is not cooling, fan in back is working, compressor has a click then in about 15 secs another click, I bought a relay to see if that was my problem part...

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I have a Peavey PV2600 amp that had some blown outputs, open resistors, & burnt misc. components. I have replaced all the parts, but now I have the DDT light on steady for Channel A even with nothing...

Chances are you have NOT got all the bad parts out yet.

HINT: While cold starting an amp after it smoked, put a 150 wat lamp in series with the power cord to act as a current limiter... saves fuses and parts.

The DDT circuits PROBABLY look for amplifier DC balance AND no overload of power supply as protection.

They COMPRESS the audio when it goes above a certain level.

SO, to troubleshoot this you will probably need an oscilloscope.

LOOK for a supersonic oscillation that you cannot hear but MAY be driving the amps beyond the DDT trip point. Drive a pure low level sine wave into the amp and follow it through to see at what point the DDT compressor senses an out of range level.

Remember it HAS worked before, and there is still a bad part in the unit. DO use my suggestion to limit the current as often while troubleshooting this type problem, the signal will suddenly go to a point to fry something, then you get to replace all the parts AGAIN.

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I have an older computer and i have a new flatron lg monitor and when i hooked it up it said analog out of range. what should i do?

Did you try pushing the monitor pass it limit of RES?
Did you try changing out the Video card or overclocking it?
Did you change something in the OS driver for Video?

Pretty much that's the cause of why you see that message.
If so , connect a diferent monitor and put your settings back to normal , and then connect LCD again

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Dbx compressor/limiter/gate

Haven't tried this myself, but first thoughts that come to mind are that it sounds like you must have the connections right for things to work when in bypass (which routes the signal straight from the input to the output uneffected). I'd suggest making sure your gate is 'off'. On the DBX turn the 'threshold' knob in the Expander/Gate section of your front panel all the way counter clockwise to 'off'. I would also start with your compression 'ratio' knob turned all the way counter clockwise to 1:1 which effectively turns off your compressor. If you have sound coming through like this then you can start fooling around with the controls to effect the sound the way you'd like.

I'm sure you're already aware that the compressor has separate mono channels and you'd have to hook up right and left through their own compressor channels to have stereo compression.

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