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Channel one mutes (dims) all the other channels, when guitar or some other instrument is played with force (forte). The same thing if I plug in some music as a background. As soon as I start playing some live instrument and try to jam, the music disappears, fades out in 1 sec, and as soon as I stop playing live instrument the music fades back in. It is like one signal is choking another. Please help with info what needs to be replaced since the repairman in Croatia have no clue what I am talking about
There is a Priority Switch. It allows the first channel over ride the rest. The circuit is called a ducker/.
Posted on May 24, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It seems like the speaker jack tip needs cleaning, or the contact has become bent away from the connector and needs to be re-aligned. The Passport is a portable system, so after years of plugging and unplugging the speaker jacks may be worn. Try using the "Stereo 2" connectors. You can also try cleaning the jack with electrical contact cleaner, and. a cotton swab.
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
If you are sequencing midi tracks you can imbed the patch change in the track and the midi channel assignment and when the sequence plays the info will be sent to the keyboard. Do you have it set to receive Omni?
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
Make sure the passport speakers are NOT where the guitar can hear them... they need to be toward the audience from where you are. Also do NOT boost the high end frequencies with the EQ. That guitar probably has a hot pickup subject to ambient sound. Beyond this, you might have to use one of the feedback destroyers. If you are using monitors, take the guitar out of them.
Posted on May 03, 2011
This is because your clean channel only runs through the pre-amp section, requiring an increased volume level to match that of the volume of the drive section which is overdriven by the pre-amp circuit. my suggestion is to use lower volume level on the clean channel of the amp. To get any volume boost you may need to match the two channels you could use a signal/volume booster or overdrive pedal between your guitar and amp input, switching it off and back on when you switch back and forth between channels.
Posted on Aug 02, 2012
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Turn down the VIP knob and try it. This is on channel 1 for announcement voice overs overriding everything. It has a threshhold setting for adjusting that. Here is the manual for it.
Posted on Mar 08, 2013
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