Question about Behringer Music
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Jan 15, 2010
Unit has wide range power supply will operate on 100 volts to 240 volts without any change other than possible plug adapter to mate with each countries receptacle standard.
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
SOURCE: Fuse blown on Europower PMP
You don't need to use a ceramic fuse if one's not available. You can also use a glass cartridge fuse as well. Just be sure the rating is the same. Be aware, though, that fuses seldom blow on their own. Usually it's because something else has shorted. So don't be surprised if replacing the fuse only results in another blown fuse. Behringer stuff is notoriously cheap and under-protected, so by the time the fuse blows it's usually more trouble than it's worth trying to fix. But maybe you'll be lucky and it will be something simple. Good luck, and thanks for using Fixya!
Posted on Jul 06, 2011
The schematic for the power supply does NOT show resistors in the 310-3... Where are these in the circuit... IF THESE happen to be the gate drive resistors for the IGBT's they are 33 ohms. If you have hasd a failure in this area there are other parts that typically get destroyed, including one or both the speedup diodes at the same gates; Here is the complete PMP5000 schematic:
Scroll down to "get manual" and cliick to download. IGNORE other download links. If you need help restoring the PSU get back to me.
Posted on Jul 20, 2011
SOURCE: One side of my europower
What is up is one of the two power amps is blown... I know this problem... It is USUALLY the rearmost channel which goes to the left Speakon faacing the back. Weak insulation between layers of the multilayer circuit board arcs and fries three transistors and a diode and sometimes a few more components. It takes a lot of skill to restore the module and is beyond most repair shops. A whole new module costs about $155 from Full Compass. The amp is an HCA2400 module, but you MAY need the Behringer part number to order it from Full Compass. Also please read my tip on Fixya for PMP mixers regarding the hazard when using 1/4 inch plugs from the Speakon connectors... the Channel A sleeve is the "hot", not the tip and if you ground the sleeve, goodbye channel A...
Posted on Aug 18, 2011
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