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I just unwrapped a new Behringer DI GD121 Guitar driver out of the box and am getting a constant hissing sound coming out of my amps when I try to use it. Any ideals as why?

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SOURCE: My bass guitar wont connect to my amp.

Assuming that the amplifier is functioning properly, I suspect that the problem is either in the cord, the plug socket on the bass, or the volume control potentiometer. First, I would try another cord that is known to be in good condition (ALWAYS plug the cord into the instrument FIRST). Second, carefully remove the cord receptacle plug from the bass and examine the solder joints (check for loose wires). Third, carefully remove the plate that holds the volume and tone pots. Examine these controls for loose wires or faulty solder joints. CAUTION: If solder joints are found to be the culprit, care must be taken to correct this problem. If too much heat enters the pot, it can be ruined!

Posted on Jan 07, 2010

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Unfortunately, the correct action here is to return the unit for a replacement one. Any attempt to repair this will void the warranty. Since you just purchased this today, the store should not give you any trouble and just exchange the unit. If you need to, insist on an exchange rather than waste time on a warranty repair.

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Since this is a brand new amp right out of the box, I would recommend returning it immediately to the dealer you bought it from. If it can't be repaired under warranty they might replace it with a new one.

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It sounds like you have NOT connected the power adapter to the box to power it. The guitar sound won't be too loud as you run the hose to your mouth and pick up the sound with a microphone such as a Shure SM57 which then goes to your amplifier. Without the power adapter the internal amplifier will not produce any output.

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SOURCE: have a Behringer 1202 Xenyx

You are running your balanced cable into a windows 7 PC? What interface are you using... not the line input on the PC I hope as it is NOT balanced... it is Stereo input with UNBALANCED input. If you tie the mixer using a balanced to 1/8 inch balanced connector you will get plenty of hiss since you are driving the stereo channels oppositely. For high quality, get a good audio interface that runs on the USB of the PC. If you can tolerate a bit of noise but wire it correctly, then you will need to use two UNBALANCED lines out of the mixer for L and R and merge them to a stereo 1/8 inch plug for the PC.

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