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Is There A Way I Can Use This Power Mixer As A Power Amp For My Mixing Board?

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There should be a line in for the power amp section, though you may prefer to patch in prior to the eq section so you can equalise the system and the room.

Posted on May 14, 2015

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Do i hook up speakers to amp or mixer


You hook them up to the last item in the chain.

If you are mixing instruments into the amp, then the speakers go to the amp.

If you are mixing amplified sound (unlikely), through a mixer, then speakers to the mixer.

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Having problems connecting speakers via a power amp in to my behringer x2222 usb mixing desk - im not getting the ins and outs correct :(


I had a like problem with a crown amp. I found it was in the amp settings , nothing to do with the mixer set up. We had it a mono setting. Take a look at your amp set up book, i'll almost bet thats where the problem is

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When I plug the guitar into an mixing board/amp no sound comes out. From the mixing board, I can see that the mixer is receiving a signal but still nothing comes through the speakers. I own a Fender...


If the mixer is receiving signal, then the problem is pilot error at the mixer, not the guitar. You did not mention what type of mixer you have so I have no way of helping. Common problems would be failure to send the guitar channel to the mixing buss, leaving the channel muted... but we really need the mixer and model number to give more help that that.

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How do I connect my samson amp to my samson MDR10 mixer?


on the mixxer, use the "mix" "L" and "R" outputs. use 1/4 inch instrument cables, and connect the mox L and R to the amp's "channel 1" and "channel 2 inputs". always turn the mixing board on first, and the amp second- when turning off turn off the amp first, and turn off the mixer second. start with the mixer levels at the lowest, with the amp levels about 1/2 to 3/4 up. slowly raise the mixer channels first and then the mixer main volume until you have an adequate volume.

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Ibought a hobart n 50 mixer took it oversaes used a 700 watt step down transformer to work it but after a few minutes it over heats is there a certain trans former to be used for it thank you


Assuming the mixer is overheating (and not the transformer), first check (with a multimeter) the voltage being supplied to the mixer from the transformer and ensure it is near 120V. Next, do you know the powerline frequency in the country you're in? The mixer (assuming it came from US) was designed for 60Hz US power. Many other countries use 50Hz, which could cause overheating if the mixer is used heavily. When 60Hz equipment is used on 50Hz power, it normally must be "derated" meaning it must be "underworked" as compared to its original capabilities.

Be sure to test the voltage going to the mixer, from the transformer, not only when the mixer is off, but be certain to test it in use, mixing whatever it is you are mixing -bottom line is to be sure the transformer continues to output 120V under load, with the mixer loading the transformer.

If all is OK with the power going to the mixer, then the problem is either in the mixer or the problem is how it is being used. What are you mixing with it - are you overworking the mixer? Does the mixer always overheat or only with particularly demanding jobs (cut down batch size in this case). What gear are you mixing in? If overheating in second gear, try mixing the same batch in first gear. If you have or can find a user's manual, it probably gives reccommended batch sizes for various typical products you might mix, be sure to follow these recommendations and "derate" for 50Hz if necessary.

It's possible the motor is weak from a long life spent working hard. A weak motor will draw excessive current and overheat. Where is the mixer hottest? The front at the gearbox/transmission or the rear where the motor is located? Maybe the transmission is lacking lubracation and needs a grease change. There a many possibilities for your mixer to overheat, and I hope this helps.

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Can I hook up 2 separate power amps to PMP3000? I


Better way... Connect the main speakers via the Speakons and then put a Power Subwoofer to one of the Monitor connections IF you are not using both stage monitors. If you need to kill the lows to the mains, use the EQ in the PMP-3000.

Use the EQ that is USUALLY on the subwoofer to kill the highs to the sub.

Lot less cables and hardware.

REMEMBER for equipment safety, power ALL interconnected equipment from the same source be it a receptacle or power distribution system.

Powering parts of a system from receptacles strewn around a room is asking for trouble of ground loops and ground faults.

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Motor stalls out when mixing you unplug and plug back in and it will run had the motor checked out and was fine


You are overloading the bowl or you bought this used and when they wore the motor out, you ended up with it. Batters & icings 75% bowl capacity, doughs 65% bowl capacity. If you live by this, you will buy 1 mixer & never have to replace it, especially if it's a Hobart.

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