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Pulled the female rca out w the male end . can i just solder in one from an old vcr?

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Re-using an old connector is a hack job. Just get a new correct one from Behringer or search for one on DigiKey.com.

The connector is probably board mounted and it is unlikely an old one from a VCR would match the board connections. The connector will be VERY inexpensive.

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FCan get my Ipod to play through my Roland TD-20 Mudule


You need to get yourself a cable - with a 3.5mm male jack plug on one end (which will fit into your ipod), and a 1/4 inch male jack plug on the other end.

(you could use a lead with a 3.5mm male plug on each end, and used a 3.5mm female to 1/4 inch male adaptor to achieve this)

Connect the 3.5mm end into the ipod - play a track, with the volume at say, 75%.

Connect the 1/4 inch end of the cable to the 'Mix In' input in the back of your TD20.

Use the 'Mix In' control - at the top right hand side of your TD-20 module to control the volume.

If you wish only to have the iPod going to (for example) headphones - and not Front Of House (PA) speakers - which you will have connected via the Master and / or Direct Out(s); this can be achieved in the 'Mixer' settings (accessed via pressing the 'Mixer' button).

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I dont know how to set up a mixer Gemini 3610 to my laptop and my powered speaker i want to know what cables i need


There are several possible solutions for this. The cheapest and easiest is to do the following:
Solution 1:
1. Get an RCA stereo plug to 3.5 mm plug. This will go from your mixer to your computer. This will not be the highest quality, but will work.
2. Get an XLR cable of the length you need. I would guess a standard one with a male connection on one end and a female on the other. Connect this to your powered speaker. Also, this is a guess as you didn't include the type of powered speaker, so I can't tell you for sure which cable to use.
Solution 2:
1. An alternate idea for better sound quality would be to run a D/A converter similar to this one: http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/USBMix/It would give you a much higher sound quality for everything. You would run from your Gemini to this. From this device, you would run a USB cable to your computer, and a 1/4" cable to your powered speaker.

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How to connect it ?


Instructions
    • 1

      Place your mixer in a location that will allow you to hear the sound coming from the speakers clearly. The best placement is opposite the speakers, centered between the left and right pair. Connect the power supply to your mixer.

    • 2

      Connect the female end of an XLR cable to a microphone. Run the other end of the cable to your mixing board. Plug the male end into the "Mic" port of an open channel. These channels provide the preamps that will shape the sound characteristics of the microphone signal, processing them for output. Repeat the process for each microphone in your rig


    • 3

      Connect one end of a balanced 1/4-inch cable to the left channel jack labeled "L" found on the "Main Out" panel. Connect another cable to the right channel jack with the "R" label. Connect the opposite end of each cable to the matching left and right inputs on you amplifier.

    • 4

      Power on your mixer and amplifier. Test each microphone connected to the mixer for output.

    • 5

      Adjust the volume of each microphone channel to create a balanced mix. Use the "EQ" knobs to shape the tone and cut out frequencies that are causing squeal and feedback.


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I want to connect my amp to my pc


use a mini adapter to a large one.(3.5 to 1/4) or mini headphone jack to 1/4 headphone jack.plug a male3.5 into your outgoing headphone jack or from the pc convert the other end of that cord to get you to the proper size or 1/4 head phone jack.the primary cord from the pc needs to be a male to female cord.they make adapters that will get you the rest of the way.3.5 mini male to 1/4 phono female.then you plug your amp in to the 1/4 female.wala

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When using the RCA jack for Audio In on the Stage Designer 50 controller there is always a ground buzz. This happens when using line out from Yamaha Mixer board, iPod headphone out or guitar line out. ...


You have a ground loop. First, ALL interconnected equipment MUST be powered from the same receptacle or power conditioner. You need to put an isolator in that audio line. This consists of a audio transformer with isolation between primary and secondary windings. The function is like a DI box... but they usually don't make those for RCA jacks. One could cobble up using a DI and a pocketful of cable adapters, but it would be less expensive to get a small audio transformer from Radio Shack and make one with a female and a male RCA jack and plug. FIRST thing though is to get everything powered from the same source. Using multiple plugs at different points within a building is ASKING for these problems and also to damage your equipment. Yes, we have to run extension cords to bring power to the mixer from where the amps are at times... You MIGHT find for your problem you can use one of the impedance matching plugs that have a transformer in them. You would need a few adapters to get the connectors.

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How do you use the mixer with a regular combo amp and stereo mic cable?


This is not hard to do, but it will require some adapters. Hosa company makes adapters to accomplish this. For example, if your Stereo mic has "1/4 inch male phone plugs" Hosa makes and adapter that has 1/4 inch female plug to Male XLR connectors. The Mackie, and just about every mixer in the world these days has Female XLR connectors for it's microphone inputs. So that will handle tha.

I'm not sure what you mean by the "combo" amp. If it has XLR inputs you can use Tip Ring Sleve male output jacks to the output. If your amp as conventional 1/4 inch female input jacks. Than a simple
1/4 inch Male to Male Guitar Cable will work fine. DON'T USE A SPEAKER CABLE as it is uninsulated and you will get 60Hz hum.
I hope this helps,
That looks like a great quality mixer you have!
Happy New Year,
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Beringher CT100.. X Pattern on LED grid when testing an xlr cable


This site has diagrams... not the best but clear enough.

PLEASE note that the pin numbering is kind of goofy... The pins of both the male and female tie to identical pin numbers.

You PROBABLY have misread the numbering at one end.

A KEY thing is to get the shield on pin 1 at both ends.

I recommend that you uncap BOTH connectors, mate them, and verify the same color goes straight across as you solder the wires..

Note: I had some brand new cables delivered that the shield had been connected to pin 3 (middle one) and I had hum ! Note that this defect would NOT be caught by your cable tester as there was conituity between corresponding pin numbers.

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Fix Reverb unit on Fender Hot-Rod Deluxe Amp


Could have broken a spring in the reverb tank, or a wire connecting it to the amp, or the reverb driver tube, or a few other things, but those are the most likely in this situation. Thats what I'd check first. Give it a little slap and if it vibrates like normal, your spring is probably ok, you can still open it up and double check though. Check your wires. Then pull your reverb driver tube and replace it. If that doesn't work, it is probably in the circuit somewhere, and you should not work on your amp unless you know what you are doing. They store large amounts of electicity in the caps and they can kill you.

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I have a djm 400and a pair of active behringer speakers model b2031a an im gettin no output from then what am i doin wrong the leads are male to female in the back of the speakers an obviosly like a phone...


First, we need to get the terminology correct.

The DJM has "PHONO" (RCA) jacks, not "phone jacks" of which the current usage is normally the 1/4 inch diameter.

You would be going INTO the Berhinger 1/4 inch jacks on the back of the speakers since you are not using the three pin XLR connections that are used for balanced lines which the DJM does NOT have.

So you should have RCA plugs to 1/4 inch plug cables. The inputs on the 1/4 inch will take TRS connections. IT IS possible you may need to use an RCA to TRS cable with the signal on the "ring" rather than the "tip" of the connector.

A test of the speakers is to touch the tip of the RCA plug with the speaker on and you should hear a hum.

PLEASE be aware that these speakers are INTENDED for use as studio monitors by the sound man in the booth and NOT for playing loud at a venue for dancers, etc.

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