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I have a CPX-2600 and a CPX-900. I am using a mixer with two quarter jack cables for left and right. How do I hook up (inputs to amps) to be able to control these two amps individually? Thanks so much.

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check the input signal.switch the cables and see if that changes anything.also check the back of the amp for filters.make sure that they are set the same way.check cables on source coming in to amp.ie-quarters to rca's or rca's to xlr's.make sure amp is not set to parallel inputs or bridged mono.

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I think the Echo's output goes into the mixer's input.You should be using one's output into other's input...that's how things work.If you r talking about both the system's input then they won't work with each other. Other thing is that if it's mono then there r cable available for the use which transfers mono to stereo input and vice-versa.

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