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Micromega stage 1 cd player, right channel out failure, bad signal

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SOURCE: Stanton S -650

Make sure that the "line/phono" switch on the back of the unit is set to "line", or your output signal will sound distorted.

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Not receiving STEREO output when toggle switch for mixer is in the STEREO position


Here are a couple of steps you can do first before opening up the mixer & I'll word this so that it covers every potential item, (Turntables, CDJ's, Rack Mount CD Players, External Player, PC, Laptop, etc.) Obviously there are a multitude of items that could be the cause of you only receiving your RIGHT MASTER OUT since you didnt specify what item this occurs with if not all. So here's a quick legend for you to follow my references regarding the NUMARK 5000FX Mixer so here we go:
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MIC/Line Phono/CD Phono/CD Phono/CD LA/LB Zone/Booth/Rec/MSTR
LO LO LO LO LO LO LO LO LO LO LOLOLO LO
RO RO RO RO RO RO RO RO RO RO RORORORO
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1. Turntables - A) If being used make sure the little black switch on the back is set to Phono instead of CD. Plug just one table in, play the record & see if there's only one side of your MASTER output jumping and make note of it. Then repeat the exact same steps for all Phono inputs (total 3) & again make note of your MASTER output signal Left or Right or Both sides jumping. This will help you identify if its just a specific channell that only works on R or L.
B) Now do the exact steps above for the other turntable & this will confirm whether or not the Phono cables went bad on the turntable or if a specific channell is has gone bad while in Phono mode.
2. CDJ's/Rack Mount CD Player - A) Now just use your CDJ's/Rack Mount CD PLayer for the next test & be sure to now change the little black switch on the back from Phono to CD. Just as the steps with the turntable perform the same for this item in all possible RCA's (total 6) & note your MASTER channell output signals L & R.
B) Now do the same for the other CDJ/Rack Mount CD Player & this will confirm whether or not the RCA cables went bad on the CDJ's/Rack Mount Player or if a specific channell has gone bad while in CD mode.
3. Audio Cables OUT - A) There are a host of ways to have your audio come OUT & multiple configurations depending on how you record &/or bounce your audio OUT. Now since you say your MASTER OUT digital meter is only jumping on the R side depending on if you're going with RCA MASTER OUT or XLR BALANCED MASTER OUT either or is what'll show the digital reader bouncing with audio so check both. It could very well have been a cable going bad on you simple as that & you can check that by pluging your cable that works on the R side into the L side. If it starts showing a reading on the digital meter than you've solved the problem being a bad cable. Also don't forget to check your ZONE, BOOTH & RECORD OUTS as well however these will not show on your digital meter so open up your audio recording software to confirm that L & R sides are working for these.
B) Last but not least double check that your BALANCE knob is set directly at 12 o'clock, this could sometimes be the culpret.

Well I hope this helps & good luck.

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I have a Kenwood KR-V9030 and the right channel is crackling and will not provide increased output when the volume is turned up. 1) Swaped speakers from left to right and the problem is in left speakers...


There is a chance that a common control may have developed a high-resistance or 'dead' spot and is causing your symptom. Turn the POWER OFF and operate every control throughout its range a number of times, especially rarely-used ones like Tape Monitors and the Mute control.

If it still doesn't work you might want to prove if its a low-level signal loss or a high level amp failure.

One way would be to run an RCA cable pair from the Tape Out to any other device (even a TV with speakers) you might have that accepts an audio input. If IT can't detect receive the DEAD Channel you're losing it in the preamplifying or source selection stages.

If it CAN be played externally, the receiver is losing it on its way to or at the amplification stage. Further isolation would require hands-on technical expertise.

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Is it possible that you antennae if faulty. Please check if the insulatiion is weak or the antennae is shorting to ground. This can make the signals go bad and make the set hunting and go back to search mode .If the antennae is fine then the problem could be in the front end stage of the tuner. You will require an expert probe to look for signal weaking in this stage but if you can open the set and cean and solder the areas closer to the antennae output. hope this helps. Good day

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I bought a Behringer Eurorack UB2222FX-PRO at a garage sale. I am getting no signal at all through the channels and no levels appear on the LED VU meter. What could be wrong?


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If you have sound from one channel it is probably not a catastrophic failure of the output stages. 

First isolate the problem. Does it occur with all inputs? If so, it is at a common stage after the input switch. Otherwise, it is before the input switch. 

Do you have  anything patched into the signal path between the pre-amp and amplifier, such as a recorder or equalizer? If so, bypass it or remove it and see if that solves the problem.

Also, sometimes the metal contact surfaces in switches oxidize and collect contaminents, causing and interuption to the signal path. Make sure the volume isn't cranked, and then work the controls back and forth - if the channel comes back, even briefly, there's a good chance you can either clean it sufficiently by working the control or better, getting a can of contact cleaner from Radio Shack or the equivalent, removing the covers of the receiver (after pulling the plug), and spray the cleaner into each control before working the control back and forth a half-dozen times. With really bad controls, this can even cause the sound quality to improve.

If this doesn't isolate the problem, its time to take it to a qualified tech.

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Stanton S -650


Make sure that the "line/phono" switch on the back of the unit is set to "line", or your output signal will sound distorted.

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