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Casio wk-7600: I just purchased it and trying to set it up. I connected a dynamic mic. in "mic. in" slot as the user manual described. The mic. didn't amplify my voice. Do I have to configure the use


Use only DINAMIC microphon (computer microphons are not dinamic- they are condenser-electret) with MONO jack.
1. Turn knob (beside "mic.in") "mic.volume" (T-7) full clockwise.
2. Press "MIXER" (C-7).
3. Press "<" (R-17) while is shown "MIXER PART>:EXT(M/I)
4. Set (check) Part [ ON]
Volume: [80...127]
...
....
N.Tresh [0]
If after microphone disconection there is a noise from speakers - set
PART [off] or N.Tresh [20] (or higher))

Jan 12, 2014 | Casio Music

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Setting up pv20 usb


http://www.peavey.com/products/index.cfm/item/699/116338/PV%26nbsp%3B20%26nbsp%3BUSB

Look under "Downloads" tab at bottom for owners manual info. In a nutshell...mic to mixer channel #1, mixer connected to power amplifier, amplifier connected to speakers. Start with zero volumes on all equipment, bring up amps 1st (1/2 volume) and then adjust mixer until sound is heard from the microphone.

Oct 31, 2012 | Peavey Music

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How to connect a vocal processor to a peavey6 mixer


Set the voice input level on the voicelive2 by following this guide from the live 2 manual... Step 4: Set Mic Level This step informs VoiceLive 2 how loud you plan to sing with your particular mic. We'll use VoiceLive 2's automatic MIC GAIN feature to quickly set the optimum level. 1. Press and hold the REVERB footswitch 2. If you need to activate phantom power for your condenser mic, adjust the onscreen PHANTOM parameter which will restart the level test 2. Sing for five seconds with peaks that are as loud as you plan to sing 3. Follow the prompts in the display to finalize mic level setting, cancel or redo the procedure During performance, if you see the CLIP indicator light in the HOME screen, you can return to the automatic
MIC GAIN feature to adjust the input level.
When input level is set on the voice live ;
on the mixer set
the gain control to 12 o'clock position and
individual channel volume level to 7 ....raise the master volume
slider to hear mic input at desired level and without feedback

Jan 15, 2012 | Peavey PV6 Mixer

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After we switch from the auto to another manual mixing board the volume on one of the mics is decreased dramatically. all other mics are not effected. both boards are linked and we have a toggle switch to...


Check the cables. If one lead of an XLR-XLR cable is shorted to ground, 6 DB gain is lost. You haven't really supplied enough information regarding cables and model of the manual mixer for us to help much. Do check that ALL of your audio interconnections are BALANCED lines either XLR to XLR or TRS cables. Grounding one side of a balanced line reduces gain 6 DB. Try swapping mic cables and channels to test where the problem is in the system.

Aug 31, 2011 | Shure Distribution Shure SCM810 8 Channel...

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When i record thru my mxl genesis mic with the mixer i get like a loud distorton. Im using magix 14 ,and i have downloaded the audio driver off the disc that came with the mixer....Help


It is likely you do not have the levels set correctly and are over driving the mixer. Reduce the trim settings using the PFL buttons and monitor the level indicators to insure you are not clipping.

With a condenser mic you CANNOT have any speaker in the room that the mic can hear of course. These mics are so sensitive. Your mixer and monitor speakers and recording will be in a separate room from the soundproof studio typically.

To monitor the system anywhere in the same room as the mic you MUST use headphones that do NOT leak sound or you will get feedback and distortion.

Mar 14, 2011 | Behringer XENYX 2442FX Mixer

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On my Berhinger pmp 5000 powered mixer the mic trim pots seem very touchy.There is almost nothing on them until they are almost at maximum at which point you get feedback issues.How can I check to see if...


When using the trim with mics such as SM58's, etc. the trims often wind up at about 3 o'clock in normal use. You set the trims by pressing the PFL buttons down and setting the level using the led display histogram so that at maximum level of talking/singing the display never goes clear up to clipping.
IF you have feedback, then you have issues of mic location and speaker location. The critical point of feedback is far too critical to set with the trim controls.
Your main speakers should be toward the audience from the mics, not so the mics can "hear" the main speakers.
Monitor speakers are ALWAYS a problem with feedback... performers want more monitor, but depending on the acoustics of a stage, reflection from the back can get into the mics or the mics may not be directional enough... SIngers that choose to hold the mic and wave it around are a soundman's nightmare! They let the mic point toward a monitor and away goes the feedback.
The PMP5000 has a lot of power.
While your at it, PLEASE read my tip on FIXYA about PMP mixers regarding the hazard of using Speakon to 1/4 inch speaker cables... ESSENTIALLY never allow the barrel of channel "A" output 1/4 inch to be grounded as it, instead of the tip of the jack is the HOT lead !!!! This isn't in the user manual... I fix these things and discovered this hazard from the schematics.

Nov 23, 2010 | Behringer Europower Pmp5000 Powered Mixer...

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How many rca wires do i need what kind of mic and will it work off a soundblaster external soundcard and if possible i'd like to have a drawing to show what goes where


We have no way to enter drawings on FIXYA.

Figure 3.1 in your user manual has everything you need to know.

You would need 4 cables with RCA plugs at the 1202 end and whatever your soundblaster interface takes at its end to handle STEREO signals to and from the unit.

Almost any type of mic will work, and the choice of mic depends on what you are using it for and how much you have budgeted for. If you are in a studio without monitor, then one typically uses condenser mics AND for those you turn on the "phantom" power on this mixer. If you have speakers tied to this or where the mic can "hear" the speakers you likely cannot use condenser mics as they will cause feedback.

Sep 22, 2010 | Behringer Rx 1202fx 12 Channel Line and...

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I have purchased a beheringer 1832fx usb mixer and I have connected my computer to my mixer that has a usb interface on the back in order to play my backing tracks, music, via my computer, and when I turn...


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.

Sep 06, 2010 | Behringer Xenyx 1832fx Mixer 18 Input 32...

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Wound the yamaha MG102c be good for a small duo or solo


The mixer is strictly a mixer. You would need to amplify to drive speakers. Used as a mixer it is fineand would support up to 4 mics.

It does have phantom power for use with condenser mics if needed.

Please use balanced lines (TRS) when connecting to the external amp.

Apr 21, 2010 | Yamaha Mg102c Stereo Mixer

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Mic section, lights and filter section quit working


Sounds like it MIGHT be a power supply problem. Needs service!

Aug 27, 2009 | Allen & Heath Xone:92 DJ Mixer

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