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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOMETIMES the handle screws must be removed as well.
I have taken a lot of these out and the key is to figure out which direction it comes out... MOST are out the back and sometimes a board across the back has to be taken off with four screws to clear a transformer.
FIGHTING getting the thing out when it catches on the Tolex covering is the USUAL problem. Takes patience and sometimes a blade to hold the Tolex back.
USUALLY the speaker baffle stays in place.
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
SOURCE: I own a Peavey XR696F
check any and all filter,cross-over,and de-coupling capacitors in every circuit especially on the left channel side,but check all capacitors anyway on both channels,as one channel can affect both left and right channels, also a capacitor can heal itself over time and do the same thing again later,"Cold-Solder" joints can do this also, on a printed-circuit board, HINT:heat and cold can cause problems so,try heating, joints,caps,etc. or buy a can of freeze mist(to cool components) at an electronic parts store and gently heat or cool each suspect component waiting for the outcome,or wait till the condition starts and then try the cooling,because the component has already been thermally warmed up by the circuitry power
Posted on Jan 31, 2011
SOURCE: i have the peavey xr
That's easily done. Simply connect the left(or right) output of your mixer to one of the channels on the peavey. Use any line input. Since the peavey is a mono system, there's no need sending a stereo mix to it.
Posted on Mar 09, 2011
SOURCE: Useing a Peavey XR 800F
First of all confirm if the speaker impedance is not lower then the recommended Ohms at the back of the Mixer speaker socket.You can use an 8 Ohms speaker on a 4 Ohms amplifier but not vise versa .
Next see if the fan on the mixer works. If not the Amp is getting very hot and this will lead to unwanted distortion. You can confirm if its a heat related issue by playing the mixer at low volumes for more than an hour and see if it distorts.
Posted on Apr 26, 2011
SOURCE: How do i hook a
You CAN drive the power amps from the main amp inout jacks BUT the rest of the inout of the 8600 would be dead then. You can connect the L and R from the FX24 to either the media RCA jacks or into the channel9/10 jacks. FOr the latter, use TRS cables. Leave the two selection buttons in the up position.
Posted on Sep 22, 2011
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