The PA system chargers but will not power up. I opened it and it turns out that if I take out the fuse then put it back in it powers up, but when I turn the power off then on again it doesn't want to turn on. Fuse works fine, connection is troublesome. My question: is there a way to work around this??
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Gel cell batteries usually are good for 3 to 5 years and from your description, it sounds like the battery is not recharging properly. They will indicate a full charge but in reality, do not have the stored power to operate the device. Check for replacement batteries at your local burgular alarm shop or buy online BUT make sure to match the voltage and AH (amp hours) ratings.
As I remember the Anchor has a removable metal back plate that is used to mount the volume control and 1/4" or XLR connectors. Before you start disassembling the unit....are you a qualified repair person? Other than a bad speaker, broken wire or connector there's not much "user servicable" parts inside.
Here is the link to the manual if you don't have one:http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=Anchor+Liberty+4500+PA+system+battery+power+replacement&btnG=Search&aq=f&oq=&aqi= It appears as if you have to remove the entire control panel to replace the two batteries. You probably have to use exact replacements. THe link to the company is in the manual and they can probably give you more information. Hope this helps.
Common. The sound board should have a mute button. Activate when turning it on. You may have a stand-by position, you can turn to this position, and turn sound back on. From the stand-by to on, it should be gone.
I play in a band and we had he same problem. No matter where we plugged the mic it would buzz. We bought a shieled cord and that took care of the problem. That may work. What type of PA head are you using. ?
You should consider a microphone with more power to get the volume you need. I can personally recommend the CAD C195 Cardoid Condensor microphone. It has great output. The only downsidefor most people is that they don't have phantom power. This is what gives the mic its boost. In order to get the most out of any micrphone, you need to have a preamp, an equilizer, and an output. The output is your PA system that drumbanger mentioned.
But since you are using a Peavey, here is my strong recommendation. Get a mini preamp, and hook it up to your Peavey. You can use a Behringer 2mic mixing board for your preamp. It's small, and it can sit right on top of the Peavey.