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Probably the volume control is flakey, There will probably be a slot in the control body, spray some contact cleaner or WD 40 into the slot and work the volume back and forth. If there are any other controls do them also.That should take care of the problem. Getting to the control is your problem I am not familiar with that model.
Check the FX to main level to make sure it is not too high. Also check the main FX fader level. Try turning each of these down and see if that corrects the issue. The FX fader should control the volume level of the FX globally (mon sends as well as main outs), and the FX to main should only affect the mains output. Make sure FX to mon1 and FX to mon2 are turned all the way down.
Also check what FX program your using and that the FX IN button is depressed, try starting w/ #10 (small room) and see how that sounds.
You would send high as well as low to the sub and unless the sub had a built in crossover it COULD get muddy sounding. The specs SEEM to indicate the 118 DOES have a low frequency crossover so it SHOULD be OK... How would it sound? An 18 inch sub normally adds to the sound of a system... You MAY need to PAN over to send more power to the one side with the extra load on one side. Often people use two sub's... one for each side so it is balanced.
The frets MAY be worn or the neck truss rod MAY need adjustment, Neither of these is DIY unless yiu have experience in repoairing guitars. Since this is only on the 2nd string, inspect the frets for wear and the only DIY thing to try is to replace that string... DO that first !!!
Hello, All you need to do is to check all the connecting cable if they are okay , also adjust the the equalizer properly to give a better and audible sound, that is the one that was connected to the amplifier also check on the microphone been used if it fault also do not forget the loudspeaker , if all these are intact, then you have to check on the the amplifier itself , you have to open the cover of the amplifier to this and this require a basic knowledge on electronics . if you can handle the amplifier then you have to call in a skilled personnel to handle it. Hope this help in solving the problem, Take care......
Test if the sound is clean using the headphone jack.
IF IT IS CLEAN in the phones, you have probablydamaged the speakers with excessive volume causing the voice coils to rub the pole pieces due to heating. If you can reach the cone either front or back GENTLY push on the cone and listen for ANY rubbing noise.
There are also electronic component problems that can cause this IF the headphone test is also muddy sound.
You must be making an error in splicing the cable.
1. There is an overall shield that you have cut and not restored.
2. You tried to add cable length and did not use the same exact cable. For some stuff, the cable is MORE than just connecting wires... we may have twisted pair that MUST be used for certain lines in the cable. Or a tiny coaxial cable with a shield.
3, Failure to connect the correct wires.
4. Poor soldering and insulating resulting in broken connections or shorted connections.
5. Exceeding the length that the circuitry is capable of driving.