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Check the power adapter. It is a 38 volt AC centertapped unit with 0.62 amp rating. Verify that you get 38 volts AC between two of the pins and 19 volts AC between any other pair of pins with an AC voltmeter.

Check that the connector is seated. These can sometimes seem to be seated but not fully in place.

Posted on Apr 25, 2010

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I have no monitor signal


A little vague, there, Chuck...
We have no idea if you even know how to plug the thing in... an no, it's not obvious because some people don't. Describe your connections and a little more about the problem.

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When i record i can hear me very well but the beat has like a funny bass sound to it what can i do to stop it


If your mic can "hear" the beat, it will record it as well with a reverberation that will NOT be pleasing. Maybe you can use headphones to avoid that.

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Hiss


If trim controls or gains are set near maximum, HISS is normal as electronics generates a thermal type noise.

If gains are set in normal operating area, the noise SHOULD be minimal.

Other sources of interference like nearby radio transmitters, welders, arc lights, etc. can create noise.

Start with ALL gains turned down and find which if any cause the noise to be unacceptable.

MAKE SURE all power to this and ALL the other connected equipment come from a single receptacle to avoid ground loops.

Jan 02, 2010 | Yamaha Mg82cx Stereo Mixer

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Where can I purchase a European compatible power adapter for a Yamaha MG82CX mixer?


what is the voltage/current/wattage of the unit this info should be on the back/underside of the unit, Also what type of power supply plug does it take? Maplin electronics throughout the uk or any good electronics parts supplier should be able to help you? Have you tried ebay etc?

Jul 14, 2009 | Yamaha Mg82cx Stereo Mixer

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Hooking up Electronic drum kit to mider


sorry ...you haven't enough channels to mix all the kit ... you will have to run a stereo pair from the td8 to mg82 and mix it from the td8

Feb 01, 2009 | Yamaha Mg82cx Stereo Mixer

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Confuse about the jack


Both stereo and mono jacks will work fine on the inputs, any guitar or mic lead will work a treat.

You can use stereo jacks for the outputs too, but to keep it simple just use a mono jack in the L out and a mono jack in the R out.

Oct 17, 2008 | Yamaha Mg82cx Stereo Mixer

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