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I can't turn the mic off and I get feedback when the speakers are on

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WORD OF CAUTION: There are a LOT of fake SM58 microphones being sold... even on Ebay... SOME are fairly high quality and others are not.

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When using the trim with mics such as SM58's, etc. the trims often wind up at about 3 o'clock in normal use. You set the trims by pressing the PFL buttons down and setting the level using the led display histogram so that at maximum level of talking/singing the display never goes clear up to clipping.
IF you have feedback, then you have issues of mic location and speaker location. The critical point of feedback is far too critical to set with the trim controls.
Your main speakers should be toward the audience from the mics, not so the mics can "hear" the main speakers.
Monitor speakers are ALWAYS a problem with feedback... performers want more monitor, but depending on the acoustics of a stage, reflection from the back can get into the mics or the mics may not be directional enough... SIngers that choose to hold the mic and wave it around are a soundman's nightmare! They let the mic point toward a monitor and away goes the feedback.
The PMP5000 has a lot of power.
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Make sure the speakers are forward of the mic's. If the speakers are in back the mic's will pick them up and feedback. Keep the mic's to the rear of the speakers and away by at least five feet.

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Turn Lows down to about 7 to 9 O'clock
Play with Mids to match actual source, but never boost above 12 O'clock
Keep highs around 10 O'clock (boosting highs increses chances of feedback.) If to muddy sounding keep highs aroun 12 but not over.
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hi wfj1310,
that feedback comes from the distance between the mic and the speakers only. Low the record level from the mic and make the distance bigger.

it makes feedback with any speaker, not only with woofer :-/

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