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How do i connect eurolive vs1220f?

Iv tried plugging my guitar into the jack but there is no on/off switch and i dont understand how it switches on!

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Hi
I'm sorry if this isn't going to be as helpful as we would both prefer but it will explain your problem if nothing else. I have managed to find a manual for this kit here:-
http://www.behringer.com/assets/VS1520_VS1220F_VS1220_M_EN.pdf
and unfortunately it says:
"Using 1/4" TS speaker cables, lug the power amp output into the 1/4" input on the back of the speaker. DO NOT use the instrument cables(i.e., guitar cords) for this connection!"
This has made things clear to me anyway. This is just a speaker and has no other circuitry, because of this you must have an amplifier of some sort between your guitar and this speaker in order to hear anything. As long as the speaker is plugged into the mains supply, and a suitable amplifier there is no need for an on/off switch, everything is controlled from the amplifier.
Hope this is helpful, if so would you please register that with Fixya
Cheers

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