Question about Mackie Music
Please view videos on YouTube. Search for "mixer setup". There are a bunch, and the information and techniqes are the same for almost any of the analog mixers. You might refine the search to Mackie mixers.
Posted on Mar 18, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Behringer uses 4580's in appropriate packaging everywhere. There are 339 comparators for the level indicator area.
The Mackies uses both NJM2068 and NJM4560M
The 2068' are used in most of the low noise areas and the 4560 is used in the 75Hz high pass filter for example.
Posted on Jul 23, 2010
This could be caused by one or more of numerous issues. Generally speaking, it will most likely be a job for an electronics technician and could become expensive, depending on the root cause. If the seller of the console did not list this problem in the product description in the auction, I would definitely contact them and negotiate a reduction in price after you establish the cost of repair. A shop would be able to give you a "ballpark" idea of the cost (at least a minimum to even look at the console). You also should have the option to return the unit to the seller, unless specified otherwise, for a refund.
Posted on Nov 02, 2010
use the xlr (3 prong) main left and right outputs of the board. get xlr to 1/4 inch cables. one end will be 3 prong, to plug into the mixer, then the other end will be a mono 1/4 inch plug, like a big headphone plug. Then you have to get a dual mono 1/4 inch to stereo 1/8 inch adapter and plug it noto the line in. if there is no lone in, but a microphone jack instead, you will get a mono signal instead of a stereo signal. in this case, just use 1 channel of the mixer, instead of both of the stereo outs, and use a single mono 1/4 inch to mono 1/8 inch adapter.
the xlr to 1/4 inch cables can be purchased at a music store. the 1/4 inch to 1/8 inch adapters will probably need to be purchased at radio shack.
Posted on Nov 30, 2010
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