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Behringer ep 2500

I have no bass at all. The amp is connected to 4 speakers (in series) of lower power as I was told this gave better quality? When I turn the power off the left red clip light turns on and I hear a little pop. Help is much appreiciated!!

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sounds like you have either a blown speaker,dodgy lead, or a blown crossover, i would experiment with different leads and speakers to narrow this down, i had a similar problem with my worrior amp and i ended up replacing all wiring within speaker cabinet (manufacturer used very thin cables) and not had a problem since. the thicker cable the better the sound and less resistance equals less problems.
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Sounds like you may have a phasing problem with the 4 speakers connected in series. This has the effect of cancelling the bass out. Check that you have them all wired as say "stripe" to negative terminal on the speaker. I use this as a rule of thumb to be sure there are never any phasing problems. they all(speaker boxes) need to be facing the same way for bass to propagate well. Check that you have bridging OFF and all settings to "stereo" SAny other settings you are not sure on, just ask me here :)

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