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Hi Micah, What Amp and leads do you have? Your passive speaker will need to be plugged into your amp speaker outs , and you radio into your Amps Tuner/Radio input or Aux, but just depends what system you have. Check what inputs and outputs your amp has and what leads you need as a lot of systems need different setup and cables/leads.

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Horns dont work on both sp2 ti


diaphrams, the high input is a direct connection the the horn.

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Peavey sp2xt speakers horn makes no sound when plugged into normal input. Horn works fine when plugged into the high side of the crossover.


High side speaker input jack defective, as they are switch also and if you plug the wire from the amp in full range and no hf sound but connecting directly to the bi-amp hi does, then your female 1/4 plug at crossover is defective for sure.

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Hey, i bought a new pair of samson auro D415 speakers and i connect them in parallel because one of my main mixer outputs ain't working.but even if al my signal gains and fader levels are low,the peak...


Check only one active speaker at the mixer output and report the results.
Connect only one of the audio inputs from the power amp at the mixer output (and the passive speakers at the output) and report the results.
Sometimes (in parallel connections) there are interferences from the volume controls.

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I have been using two Peavey Pro 15 Mk ii 300 Watt Passive 15" Speakers with two additional speakers on the output side and i notice one of the peavey speakes wasnt working! i then realised i had the...


Passive speakers with 1/4 inch jacks do not define either as input as they are wired in parallel...

Assuming the speakers you added were each no less than 8 ohms this should NOT have overloaded your amp.If you have no sound you have probably blown your amp some way.

Note some amps can be blown if they are on and EITHER side of the speaker cable touches a ground. If the amp is running and a 1/4 inch plug is pulled, it shorts and can blow the amp.

Jan 17, 2011 | Peavey PR15 400w PA Speakers

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Bought a powered monitor as it said to do in the owner's manual, even though I thought it was weird as you usually use a passive monitor with a power amp. Purchased Kustom 10" powered monitor, hooked...


You haven't mentioned what model and manufacturer the mixer is. I will have to guess and say that the monitor out on the board isn't providing signal to the powered monitor or the monitor out on your board is powered and is now damaged by plugging a powered monitor into it. Carefully reread your manual and determine if the monitor out on your mixer is powered or line level. Reread also and make sure that the signal you are monitoring is assigned to monitor out, levelled correctly etc. If you find that the monitor out is passive (line level) try hooking it up to an external power amp and speaker. A guitar amp will do for testing purposes. Start with a low input volume on the amp. Also make sure that if it is passive to use a shielded cable from monitor out to input. If your board has powered monitor outs you can use a speaker cable from monitor out to speaker input (non powered monitor speaker).

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No sound in horn when plugged in bi amp connection


The question is whether or not you get any sound from the horn when in full-range. If so, then either the input jack for the horn is defective, or you are not passing the signal. A quick check would be to send the full-range signal (at low volume) to the high-freq input. You should hear the horn work. If not then the connector is defective on the crossover board.

If you get no sound from the horn in any configuration, then the coil is blown for the horn. This can be replaced. It is usually a 22a or 22ti diaphram

Let us know what you find.

Dan

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Brand new mixer pmp3000 and two brand new speakers (passive) new cables.. plugged in mic , signal is shown but no sound out of the speakers. why????


Make sure the slider switch is set to the correct mode.

The TRIM controls must be advanced while the sliders are at 70%.

A common problem is to MISTAKENLY plug 1/3 inch input cable into the Effects Insert jacks instead of the inout IF you use 1.4 instead of XLR inout.

Make sure the channels of interest are NOT muted!

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