Question about Audio & Video Receivers
Hi, a couple of questions for you. What pin connections have you made for the cables in the wall. are you using 2 core plus braid mic cable?
Please let me know and we can go from there.
The loud screeching noise you are experiencing, may be too much gain. Start with everything turned down, and work your way back setting levels to about 5-6 from the master level first. The channel gain at the top of each input strip should be you last adjustment.
Posted on Jun 09, 2008
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