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Depends on the input you are using. First you need to calibrate signal coming in with the Gain attenuation knob. Setting this prior to adjusting your channel output volume should calibrate the signal so when the channel volume knob is set to 0 and the Main volume is set to 0, the meters should indicate a true 0 reading.Not setting the Gain correctly will affect this. On the 1/4" channel inputs, you have less adjustment and may have to adjust the item you are plugging in from its source. If you are having issues with high gain, chances are it could be a cable issue, or something from the source itself.
You must connect: the main out of the 1002, or the ctrl room out of the 1002 at your power amplifier's input. the line in 9/10 of the 1002 at your 2496's line out. the cd/tape out of the 1002 at your 2496's line in. in case of a cd connect it's line out at line in 3/4, or line in 7/8 of 1002 some mic at the mic 1 or mic 2 of 1002. That's the way you're going to have control for: the mic level from channel 1 or 2. cd level from channel 3/4 or 7/8. pc playback from channel 9/10. master speakers from main mix or ctrl room. All the above connections are not absolute and may vary depending on your needs.
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Check RCA,s at the back of the head deck, make sure sub is set to low bass frequency, make sure gain is turned up on the amp and head deck has subwoofer enabled and bass on. If you are powering speakers make sure the balance on the head deck is set to 0. Make sure it's wired up properly.
The line out jack isn't amplified. Try using the headphone jack. You can control the volume using the controls on the dvd. Whatever source you are plugging it into doesn't have an amp powerful enough to boost the audio.
These units are designed to only run the fan when necessary. If the unit is overheating, there is a problem in the detection circuit. This is a relatively inexpensive repair. If you are getting overheating when running at a low volume, it suggests that the speakers are not matched to the amp. In other words, the amp is expecting an 8 ohm load and is being presented a lower ohm load. This makes the amp work harder and generates more heat. Check the speaker wires and make sure that they are not frayed or crossing in any manner. Also, verify that the rating of the speakers is correct.