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I just bought a Behringer Feedback Destroyer pro dsp1124p and I am having difficulty figuring how to set it up so that it will cut the feedback not only in my monitor speakers but also in the main spe

Right now I have for FOH the mixer to the eq and then eq to the feedback destroyer and then to the crossover to the amp. The monitor is aux 1 to eq then eq to feedback destroyer and then fbd to the monitor amp.

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Hi, sounds like you have it connected up ok so you can use one channel for FOH & the 2nd channel for the monitors. However if the unit is in "couple" mode both channels will react the same as each other so you need to set the unit to act as 2 separate channels. See the manual Page 11 for how to set "L" & "R" buttons to do this... Good Luck!

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    Al Staggs Nov 26, 2014

    Thanks so much Barry I did notice that both channels where in couple mode so I diconnected the FOH and ran that into eq and took eq out of the destroyer. This worked but I want to have it available for both foh and monitor so your advice will fix the issue. Thanks so much.

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SOURCE: How to connect feedback destroyer pro dsp1124p ?

It all depends what you are connecting it to... Essentially wire it someplace between the preamps of microphones and the power amps that drive speakers. The only stipulation is that you want the levels to be "line level" signals.

If you are using a powered mixer, you will do this as an "insert" using the insert effect jacks. The preamp signal goes to the "in" of the destroyer, and the "out" goes to the following amp.

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In order for this to work properly it must be inserted between the last pre-amp stage and the power amp. Can you please update this with the mixer that you are using? With the make and model of the mixer, I can provide you with a connection description. Since each mixer will have different labeling and options, it is not possible for me to accurately describe the connections without hte make and model.

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Dan

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SOURCE: what is the best way to connect an external EQ or Feedback Destroyer unit to a Behringer PMP3000

Get an "insert snake" which splits each of two TRS plugs into TWO TS plugs.
Plug the TRS ends into the MAIN INSERT jacks and each of the "TIP" plugs at the other end into inpout jacks of the destroyer. Plug the "RING" plugs into the output jacks of the destroyer. You will need a snake with at least two sets of splits. I use a Behringer PROCOM compressor. For those the TRS plugs go into the channel insert jacks and the tips and ring plugs go to the in and out of each channel of the compressor respectively.

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