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Feedbacks theres this feedbacks i encounter, don't know to fix it, what is the best settings for the equalizer

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It is best to use the feed back detection switch of your eq.,

Posted on Aug 02, 2008

  • andrew rex halina Aug 02, 2008

    it is best to use the feed back detection switch of your eq.,turn off the any sound then on ur mics then if there is feedback,the freq. that is lighting of the eq tells the freq. tha to be reduced.

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