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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Clipping occurs when an amplifier is pushed to create a signal with more power than its power supply can produce. The red light flashing is warning you that your are overdriving the amplifier located in your speaker cabinets. This can cause damage to your amplifier and or your speakers. You should not allow the volume level to exceed clipping.
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Posted on Nov 14, 2009
Testimonial: "thanks! is there anything i can do to improve this problem? such as new cables, better plugs, etc..?"
The clip led flashes when a peak value reached the amplifier and it is no way combined with cables or jacks quality (by the condition that all the connection are not in loosing state). So there is no need to change cables or jacks if their contacts are OK. Maybe the signal you are hearing from one speaker has more peaks so the peak led flashes. Here are some tests you can try:
Change the channels. Use the monitor A in the place you were using monitor B and vice versa. Did the peak led flashes at the same monitor?
Change the signal input, if it's possible use a mono recording or enable the mono switch at the mixer, so that make sure that both of the monitors are driven by the same signal.
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Posted on Feb 27, 2010
Make sure your mixer AND these speaakers are ALL powered from the same power source.receptacle for system safety and avoiding ground loops and damage.
Also you should be using balanced lines from your mixer to these.
Posted on May 25, 2010
SOURCE: The 1/4
I have seen some of the 1/4 inch jacks that had the mounting nut overtightened and it resulted in the riveting of the threaded part to the metal where the wires connect being stretched to the point the riveting came loose, breaking the contact.
The only way to know is to open the unit. Some of the board mounted "plastic" wonder jacks one can't even see without unsoldering them from the circuit boards.
When replacing do NOT overtighten the mounting nut !!!
Posted on Jun 18, 2010
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