Question about Mackie MR5 MR5 Reference Monitor
First thing is to run a known signal from a simple device like a small CD player to verify the problem.
If these are driven from a mixer, the EQ could be set to kill the highs.
Assuming it isn, something simple like an EQ setting, probably the units will have to be serviced. I know you would already have checked the EQ on the back of these things as a first step.
Remember to ALWAYS power these from the same source as the devices connected to them to avoid ground loops and damage.
Supersonic feedback can fry these. Oscillations higher pitch than you can hear can put too much power into the tweeters of these.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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