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I have a studiomaster proline 1648 gold mixer, when i input stereo out from my pc into 2 channels. the out put is 2 xlr to amplifier speaker. but the sound is only one side (either left or right). i have tested both speakers and cable do not have problem. please advise

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Pleas check which side of the cable does give you sound. Lets say the red RCA line works with the right speaker. Now swap the wires at the back of your mixer ie. change the red plug to the white input on your mixer. If no sound comes through, your mixer might be dead on that channel.

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