Question about Behringer Pmp3000 16 Channel Audio Mixer
The power amps may be blown... PLEASE read my tip on Fixya about the hazard with PMP mixers if you use Speakon to 1/4 inch cables. The sleeve or barrel of the Channel A plug is the hot, not the tip. Touch it to ground and goodbye Channel A of the amp.
Do this test: Plug a set of earphones into the Main out L and R jacks and see if audio comes out there. (it will only be in one side of the headphone and not too strong... If both L and R have signal there is a problem with the power amp or its configuration. Make sure the slide switch is up in the MAIN L/R position (top position) If all that is correct, the power amps have probably blown. Repair takes a lot of work and getting parts from Behringer now is really hard. The amp module is an HCA2400 and the only source seems to be FullCompass.com...
Posted on Mar 19, 2011
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