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Connections i have no idea where i shoud connect the crossover. i have 2 amps, 2e.q's, a mixer, and crossover. help please!!!!.

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The input clips at the back of the amp, can you please direct me to connect it. just bought it and have no idea.

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Mixer to EQ to X-over to amp to speakers

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Behringer cx2300


follow this instructions and fix it. God bless you
Instructions
    • 1
      Plug one end of a shielded input cable into the mixer's main output, and the other end into the crossover's input. The cable connectors will be dictated by your particular mixer and crossover, and will be either standard 1/4" or 3-pin XLR connectors. Consult the owner's manual of all components for specific details and recommendations.

    • 2
      Plug another shielded input cable into the crossover "high" frequency output, and the other into the crossover's "low" frequency output.

    • 3
      Plug the cable coming from the crossover "high" output into the channel one input on the stereo power amp, and the cable from the crossover "low" output into the channel two input of the power amplifier.

    • 4
      Plug one end of the unshielded speaker cable into the power amp channel one speaker output, and the other end into the horn tweeter.

    • 5
      Plug one end of the second unshielded speaker cable into the power amp channel two speaker output, and the other end into the woofer. The connections are now complete.



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How to wire up outboard effects, poweramps to mixer. Out to sub, mains, monitors each with own poweramp, and several outboard effects, eq's, comp/lim/gate, sonic maximizer, quadraverb, crossover.


I'd need to know what mixer you have, to know if there is a [line out] connection socket and an [internal amp in] connection socket.

"each with own poweramp" I presume means the ep1500's and NOT that the speakers are active (ie containing amps)

***If any of your speakers are active, ask the question again, with more detail.***

So if all your speakers are passive, I offer the following.

I assume there is [effect send] and [effect return] on the mixer

effect send>quadraverb>effect return

mixer line out > eq > compressor > sonic maximizer > crossover

sub output of crossover> amp > sub
high output of crossover to mixer's internal amp input
mixer's speaker output > main speakers

monitor output > other side of eq (>other side of compressor if desired, but use sparingly ) > other side of sonic max if it is true stereo , otherwise skip > amp > monitors

If your mixer doesn't have an input to its internal amp, we are "back to the drawing board"
With questions like this it pays to give as much detail as possible; model and make of each component etc
I have done my best with the the info you have provided.
Don't feed amp outputs into powered speakers

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I would like to know I have 2 subwoofer with amp how can I connect it the best way thank you


first, you will need a passive crossover, i do not believe that the mono out of the mixer has a crossover., if the amp does not have a crossover. you could use the "mono" output, and split the signal, with an adapter, to both channels of the crossover, then run both of the low outs to the 2 channels of the amp. or, you could hook the crossover to the main laft and right outputs of the board. send the 2 low outs, left and right, to the subs' amp, and send the two high outs, left and right, to the main speakers' amp.

Nov 24, 2010 | Mackie 1604 Vlz3 16 Channel Mixer

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Mixer and an EQ & amp ?


The order is mixer, equalizer and amp. The output of the mixer connects to the input of the equalizer and the output of the equalizer connects to the input of the amp. The equalizer has three types of input and output connections. They are XLR, 1/4 inch and screw terminals. The mixer will have one or two of the three. Choose XLR if possible on the mixer, choose line level output on the mixer if possible. A XLR male to female cable is needed for the connection. The equalizer has two channels, if the mixer has two output channels the two output channels of the mixer can connect directly to the two input channels of the equalizer. If the amp has two input channels, the two output channels of the equalizer can connect directly to the two input channels of the amp. If the mixer only has one output channel then only one channel of the equalizer can be used and one channel of the amp likewise. A XLR male to female connection cable can be used to connect the equalizer to the amp.

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Wirings connections from mixer to equalizer to crossover to power amp to speaker


The connections can be accomplished in 2 ways: Direct or using insert cables. The most common way is directly as follows:

Mixer L/R ===> EQ Input L/R ==> Amp Input L/R ==> Speakers L/R

Using insert cables you would have a single 1/4" connector at the mixer end (inserted in to the "insert" L or R) and the other end into the EQ. If you need more details about this method, please post the model of the EQ so I can determine the type of insert cable required.

Hope this helps.

Dan

Mar 14, 2010 | Mackie 1604 Vlz3 16 Channel Mixer

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How do i connect my pv2600amp to my peavey subs and top speakers, i have the leads but what do i do?


Line outs Left and Right from mixer to power amp Left and Right inputs,
Power amp outs to Subs(if they have passive crossovers built in check specs on subs).
From Subs then to Main spkrs. Make sure power amp is set in stereo mode using this way.

Alternative: You will need at least a 2-way stereo crossover unit inline after mixer and before power amps if the subs don't have a built in passive crossover. Most of them do have passive crossovers in the subs these days. Then separate amps or one channel would drive the subs and the other the main speakers. True stereo would require at least a 2 way crossover and two stereo power amps if hooking them up this way.

There is another option as is common with many sub setups. Send the signal to the mains using L/R outputs from mixer and a separate Mono output to the subs only. Putting only bass/kick and low frequency outputs in this send would help too.

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Dont know how to connect everything so it all works


you need a small mixer from radio shack near you.
1-connect cd player to channel 1 in mixer.
2-connect tape to channel 2 in mixer.
3-connect mixer out to equalizer in.
4-connect equalizer out to amp in.

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How can I make this sound great.


line out from mixer------to crossover in---------crossover out-------to amplifier line in-----------from amplifier out--------to loud speaker.
---from low output(low frequency)of crossover-----to line in in subwoofer.(mixer is ordinary mixer not powered mixer- and in case of powered mixer take care it is line out(0db---to4db)not amplifier out which you connect it to loudspeakers.

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Peavey Compressor/Limiter and Peavey 3/4/5w Crossover


The correct order is Mixer>EQ>Compressor>Crossover>Amps>Speaker. Here is the link that helped me out. Scott's PA System Tutorial

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