How do I set up Phase Linear Pre Amp to a system that has an amp and a mixer? Where do I go out to in from Pre Amp to Pre Amp/Mixer? Where do I hook up the accessories ie CD player/turntable. All 3 units have ports for these accessories.
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What does the receiver go into ?
a pre amp mixer ?
What are the volume levels set at on the mixer for the receiver input ?
Also check if the pre amp goes into another amplifier that the volume setting on the final amplifier device if used have not been turned down.
Bet someone has fiddled with these settings of volumes !
if it runs only at high speed it needs a new phase control board if the mixer is post 1978, if the mixer is pre 1978 then you will have to replace a capacitor on the end of the power cord inside the mixer. if the mixer only works on one speed that is not high speed then you need to adjust or replace the speed control plate on post 1978 mixers and the capacitor on pre 1978 machines. Hope that helps
You have two aux sends on that mixer so quite easy to use one of those to feed the external power amp. You could have one set of spkrs connected to that amp and another connected to the powered mixer. This would give you full independent control over each set.
The rule of thumb is you control your audio on the low side. That means you plug your mics, tuners, audio sources into the pre-amp and then the pre-amp into the equalizer/mixer ant finally the mixer into the power amp and the amp into the "large honkin' speakers". The inter connects on the low side (between the source, the mixer and the power amp are usually done with RCA plugs. Use a good quality set of cables to get good tight connections and solid grounding. AUDIO SOURCE?MIXER?POWER AMP--- heavy speaker wire sized to your SPEAKERS.
Either way will work, however your friend's method probably would be slightly better since it goes through less stages within the PMP2000. The "left and right power amp inputs" are the INPUTS to the power amp in the PMP2000 and hence are the best places to connect the mixer if using the PMP2000 as only a power amp. Note doing this will LIKELY disconnect any other input to the PMP2000 from the power amps in it... that is all the preamps in the PMP2000. DO USE TRS cables!!! and power both units from the same receptacle to avoid ground bounce.
if this is a dj type set up, the mixer should have a main output (RCA or XLR), that is what you connect to the input on the amp, each deck should have RCA outputs, depending on if they are turntables or cd players, plug the turntables into the phono channel inputs on the mixer and if they are cd players, plug them into the line inputs on the mixer
Are you using a Mixer as a pre-amp for this set-up? For example, I have a Numark CM200 where I have all of the inputs and outputs I need to run. DJ IO is connected to Chanel 1 and Chanel 2 Lines in my mixer. The DJ IO is conected to my computer by USB cable. In Traktor souncard settings chanel 1 is set to (3&4) Chanel 2 (2&1) also, devise set up is Numark DJ IO and in External mode. Of course the mixer is conected to my amp and speakers conected to the amp as well.