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Try inserting a patch cable(or any 1/4" to 1/4" cord) into the effects loop jacks on the rear of the amp. If that helps you have a dirty or bad jack. A little WD-40 works wonders on corroded/dirty jacks.

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I have troubles with a to little speakersound i have checked the fuse and its okay its a new one for me this pmp5000 can you tell me i have 1000 watt speakers do they not play loud with this


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Hi. When switched on the speaker makes a loud constant crackling sound. Nothing will work, no keys, stops, anything. Just a loud crackle!


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Hi there. With speaker disconnected. use an ohm meter to check the continuity of the speaker voice coil. (speaker terminals) Should be 1 to 3 ohm. If no continuity, bad speaker voice coil.
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On power up there is a loud humming even with volume at 0


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When i turn on my amp it makes a loud beeeeeeeeeeeeeeeep.


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