We just recently upgraded our mixer and just about the same time we lost our person that was setting it up for our church. At this point in time we are a little lost because, we neglected to cross train someone else. Is there a "crash course" that we could subscribe to or manual that would be easier than the manual that came with our unit to train new people from? Any help or starting point would be very appreciated. We normally have one lead singer, 3 other singers, one guitar, one base guitar, one electric drums. We are presently using 2 Bose towers and 2 bases.
Quail Lake Community Church
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I recently purchased a "Harmony" multi remote controller from Dick Smith Electronics. You have to go into the Internet and download some programming material for it, but it has 100,s of different make and models that you can access to reprogram the remote. it works on Tv,s DVD,s Videos etc. I lost my remote for an old Conia TV and it now works perfectly with the Harmony remote.
Did sound for a southern gospel group, using a yorkville powered mixer.
Not familiar with your mixer, but, on the Yorkville I had an unused 1/4"
line level output with the monitor mix on it. I bought a cigar-sized,
3-channel headphone amplifier / splitter from Radio Shack, called a
Boosteroo. Has 1/8" stereo plug that I adapted to the mono output, with a
1/8" stereo to 1/4" mono adaptor. It receives the line level (monitor
in our case) signal and supports up to qty 3 - 1/8" plug headphones.
Battery operated. No volume control, so I added an inline dial
(rheostat) volume control cable. Can't pull up on Radio Shack, now, but, found it available, elsewhere, online. Worked great for me!
Good Luck SdDude
mg32fx14 monitors intermitently cut off, smoke comes out the back . aux 2 changes aux 1 and aux 2 at same time. 1 channel will over drive then change channels without changing enything else and its ok eny ideas or do i have a boat ancor
to connect a guitar to a mixer you really should have DI box (direct injection) its matches the imbalances between the mixer and guitar for proper operation. If you have a guitar pedal this usually works as well. but if you just want to make it work plug the guitar into a channel input NOT INSERT. hope that helps
If you don't want to spend much money and you are not using it in a professional setting, this might be the right choice for you. But only you can make that judgement. Just remember, you get what you pay for. Cheap price means not a lot of quality. There are no exceptions to that when it comes to electronics. If I had to guess, I would say it was probably made in china.
Check this link for a closer look at the mixer. You can click the "larger image" link and get a really good look at it. Unless one of the knobs are a crossfader, but I always seen sliders as a crossfader. At least you can see it better here.