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I have a alesis pico verb and a wharfedale r-2004 mixer i think iam using the wrong jack plugs i am using ts jacks should i be using trs jacks the same aplies to m cd players which are plugged into the line ins on the mixer they go from rca to a ts jack converter should they be trs aswell

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  • spuddys Mar 08, 2008

    thanx 4 gettin in touch im gettin sound and great qaulity but the picoverb has a vocal eliminator effect on it i cant seem to lose any of the vocals from a cd when played is an rca jack just ts if so will putting it into a1/4 inch trs converter make a difference all other effects work but not sure if i am getting full effect

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First I need to know if you are getting any sound at all or dead. Are you switching from RCA to 1/4 plug if so just look up the model and it will tell you the proper connectors to use for your circumstance.

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Make sure you have the right jack before ever plugeing it in you can damage the receptical and short out your amp

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