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I have a yamaha mg82cx mixer and my bar lights dont really light up

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  • cazzaa Apr 09, 2008

    lol ok well my mixer is hooked to my pc through my sound card i was told the lcd lights are supposed to light up but even if i yelled in my dynamic mic i barely get the first line lighting up here are my settings..

    gain is at just over half compression is 3/4 green light bla dont matter i know how to muck with them the big white one under those is just over half my effects are on my phatom button is not pushed red knob under that? dunno monitor phones is just over half monitor mix is at half to stereo to monitor button is up and my stereo butoon the big red one is at 3/4 isnt the lights spose to flash up more? lol i dunno and ty

  • cazzaa Apr 09, 2008

    so yeah maybe it isnt getting enough level i dunno lol

  • cazzaa Apr 09, 2008

    ok thanks

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Hehehe sounds like a good party... mixers... bar lights... balloons..lol can you describe to me again what is happening? Is it the master VU that is not coming up or not glowing brightly, or just not enough level coming through the mixer to light up the VU?

regards
Graeme

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    Graeme Ross Apr 09, 2008

    OK, have you got an instruction manual for the Yamaha. If not you can get one from here

    It may be that you need to adjust the GAIN control.

    Page 6 of the manual has a quick guide to do what you need. Cam you follow the direction given there, and if you have any dramas, please get back to me here and we can talk it through.

    regards
    Graeme

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