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Monitor power is low, it barely comes out on both chanells. I get plenty of power from the mains, but relatively none from the monitors.....help

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  • ribdar Nov 17, 2009

    yorkville powermax 2150 each monitor mix is supposed to put out over 200 watts of power with out any external amplification.....the mon knobs were maxed and the monitors were connected directly via high quality speaker 1/4 cords...there's also an option to raise the entire level of the monitor mix...this was maxed as well...is it possible to have this repaired if it is in fact faulty

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Can you please update this with the make and model of the amp involved as well as a description of how the monitors are connected?

Generally, the monitor feeds are lower in volume that the mains, but you should get reasonable output. Check for secondary level controls that are independent fro the sliders (if you are using a mixer).

Dan

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  • ABRsvcs Nov 17, 2009

    If you are getting clear output but at a low level, it suggests that either a buffer section or pre-amp section is defective. This should be a relatively simple fix, but tracking down the offending IC may be a bit tricky. Yes, it can be fixed. Most likely one or more 4558 ICs have failed. These are the most commonly used ICs for mixer applications. These cost around $1 each and are readily available.



    If you can indicate your location, I may be able to recommend a repair shop.



    Dan

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