Question about Music
Best way to connect to a PA system
It can plug into a guitar amp or PA system both. If you use an amp, you could hear yourself alone through that, then output jack "power amp out" to PA or put a mic in front of it from the PA. If you don't use an amp, it can plug into the PA but, you would only hear the 8 pieces together and have no way to hear yourself seperately.
Posted on Mar 29, 2014
a 6ya expert can help you resolve that issue over the phone in a minute or two.
Best thing about this new service is that you are never placed on hold and get to talk to real repairmen in the US.
New users get 2 Free calls (no credit card required) and instant help on almost anything you can think of (from cars to computers, appliances, handyman, and even pets).
click here to download the app (for users in the US for now) and get all the help you need.
Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The main mix controls ALL outputs simultaneously.
The mic channels are controlled individually by the sliders.
It sounds like you are on the verge of feedback where the mics are picking up the PA speakers.
Make sure you have loaded the support SW and make sure you have disabled ECHO as the mics may be looping back through the computer causing the rattle.
Posted on Sep 06, 2010
Read your manuals for both pieces of gear carefully first. You only have one amp so you won't be able to take advantage of all the FX on the Digitech as a lot of them are designed for stereo. The Digitech manual shows guitar into the Digitech and output from the Digitech into input of any guitar amp. Since you have a Marshall and can already get some great sounds by running your guitar straight into the Marshalls input, you would probably be better off using your Digitech in the FX loop. Run a guitar cord out of the send on the loop into the input of the Digitech and a guitar cord out of the left / mono output jack on the Digitech into the effects return jack on the Marshall. Start out with the effects level on the Marshall all the way down. Do the same with the Digitech with both the input and output levels. (Read the manual carefully) I think the choice of the Digitech isn't that great because it is already trying to reproduce a lot of what you can already get with just your Marshall but with a little experimentation and some careful adjustments you should be able to add to the sound of the Marshall. Hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 23, 2010
If you plugged into stereo channel 9/10 that is an input channel... That will not work...
you need to connect to a stereo OUTPUT.
If you have a "tape out" set of connectors try that... or a main L and R output.
Posted on Nov 26, 2010
SOURCE: Can I connect this mixer
Yes you can - but do not use the loudspeaker outlets on the rear panel.
There are a variety of outputs on the front panel (bottom right as you look at it).
You can use the main output, or monitor send - (for monitor you may need to use the relevant 'send' switches on each channel to send signal to these outputs.
You should also turn the power amp switch to main only (not main + monitor) so that the internal power amplifier is not connected to the monitor socket
You could also use the record out RCA (phono) sockets on the Peavey to connect to the CD / tape input on the main mixer.
You can download a pdf of the manual from here for more informationhttp://www.peavey-eu.com/index.php
Posted on Feb 10, 2011
Tips for a great answer:
Place your mixer in a location that will allow you to hear the sound coming from the speakers clearly. The best placement is opposite the speakers, centered between the left and right pair. Connect the power supply to your mixer.
Connect the female end of an XLR cable to a microphone. Run the other end of the cable to your mixing board. Plug the male end into the "Mic" port of an open channel. These channels provide the preamps that will shape the sound characteristics of the microphone signal, processing them for output. Repeat the process for each microphone in your rig
Connect one end of a balanced 1/4-inch cable to the left channel jack labeled "L" found on the "Main Out" panel. Connect another cable to the right channel jack with the "R" label. Connect the opposite end of each cable to the matching left and right inputs on you amplifier.
Power on your mixer and amplifier. Test each microphone connected to the mixer for output.
Adjust the volume of each microphone channel to create a balanced mix. Use the "EQ" knobs to shape the tone and cut out frequencies that are causing squeal and feedback.
Jun 19, 2012 | Behringer Xenyx 502 Audio Live Music Mixer...
Sep 02, 2011 | Behringer Sx3242fx Eurodesk 32-channel...
Aug 20, 2011 | Pyle PRO 19 RACK MOUNT PRO DJ MIXER SFX
Aug 07, 2011 | Marshall Amplification Marshall MG15FX...
Jul 23, 2011 | Behringer Xenyx 1002fx Mixer 10 Input 2...
May 25, 2011 | Electric Eyeware Eleuke Blue MP3 K-Series...
May 08, 2011 | Peavey Xr 8600 8 Channel Powered Mixer
Feb 09, 2011 | String Swing Ukulele Wall Hanger w/ Wall...
Jan 27, 2011 | Mackie 1604 Vlz3 16 Channel Mixer
Apr 22, 2010 | Peavey Pv 2600 Power Amplifier
175 people viewed this question
Usually answered in minutes!