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I'm running a peavey xr600g amp for karaoke singing, whats the best positioning for the mic settings

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5ft. away from the speakers;so it will not echoed too much;

hope this may help;

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I don't know why you'd set the Peavey to 2 ohm to drive 8 ohm speakers??? My other thought is... I wonder if the phase is correct. try reversing one of the speaker wires Left or right side.

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