Question about Peavey New Peavey Sp3 15" 3 Way PA Speaker
DO NOT run amps into clipping. Also, while the speakers are rated at 600 Watts, you don't want to use an amp that delivers that much RMS. Use about 300 Watts per side. Unfortunately you did not mention the brand of amps you are using. I will also caution you that the speakers have protection networks that if you are getting supersonic feedback that you can't hear that can burn out the amps. DO NOT boost the highs if the mics can "hear" the speakers or the reverberations from them. Solid connection of speaker cables is important. Intermittent connections can fry amplifiers... I won't go into the technical reason for this other than to say the amp's feedback circutis get confused when the load shifts.
You might also have the speakers checked since they can have an intermittent that is popping the amps. If you happen to be using BERHINGER PMP amps, please read my tip about the grounding hazard where the sleeve of channel A is hot and the tip the cold that I have in the Fixya tips.
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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