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Speaker jack My 1/4 inch jack to my speaker has fallen inside the speaker I cant see how the speaker comes apart Can you tell me how

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Are the internal speakers properly connected via the rear-mounted 1/4 inch "Speaker Output" jack? If so and still no sound, try connecting a separate external speaker (floor monitor, pa cabinet) for a "low volume" test.

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If you don't know how to connect this... well we don't either because you did not tell us what your sound system is. The larger plug is what is known as a "Speakon" connector and is a fairly reliable speaker connection that is used now. For your use you will PROBABLY use either of the 1/4 inch jacks with a cable from the amp that will drive the monitor(s). If you have multiple monitors you will daisy chain them using the 1/4 inch jacks and SPEAKER rated cables creating a string of speakers with input going into one and an output from the same one to the next speaker and so on...USUALLY you will be limited to two speakers per amp output...

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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.

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Use a SPEAKER RATED cable which will have good quality 1/4 inch jacks. Go from a speaker out on the head to one of the jacks provided on the speaker cabinet. NOTE: some newer speaker cabinets use SPEAKON connectors and if those are provided, they are more secure than 1/4 inch plugs/jacks.

PLEASE loop the speaker cables through a handle of the cabinet at each end to avoid them being yanked out while hot as the amplifier can be damaged if it happens.

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Crank the pan controls clear to the left on those two channels. Run a cable from the 1202 left main out to your speaker input.

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First, we need to get the terminology correct.

The DJM has "PHONO" (RCA) jacks, not "phone jacks" of which the current usage is normally the 1/4 inch diameter.

You would be going INTO the Berhinger 1/4 inch jacks on the back of the speakers since you are not using the three pin XLR connections that are used for balanced lines which the DJM does NOT have.

So you should have RCA plugs to 1/4 inch plug cables. The inputs on the 1/4 inch will take TRS connections. IT IS possible you may need to use an RCA to TRS cable with the signal on the "ring" rather than the "tip" of the connector.

A test of the speakers is to touch the tip of the RCA plug with the speaker on and you should hear a hum.

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