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Headphone volume needs increased


are you running straight off your amp with head phones? Or are you using the headphone jack as a stereo output? if just headphones. check the cord for a volume control. very common these days to have that be there. if there isn't one, check your connection so it's tight. and there will be a master volume on your amp. feel around the back panel.. they tend to blend in

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Volume keyboard


Go into function and look for the volume setting for your main voice - could be R1. This will give a numeric value of 127 or less. It sounds like you need to increase it, try 100 as that is usually sufficient.

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What number on each channel on behringer ep2500 to set for behringer vp1220 speakers


It is best to start with the mark on the ep2500 directly up (12 o'clock position). Gradually increase the output on your mixing board (MAIN MIX) to get desired volume. I you find that you're getting close to -10 to 0 dB, then start increasing the volume knobs on the ep2500. Watch for clipping on the amp.

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Right channel cuts out when I increase the volume


Blown or defective Headphone Amp IC or alternatively a defective Pot. Either way only AVID can fix it for you.

Outside parts and service is impossible.

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My Fender Hot Rod deluxe makes a popping noise when switching back to the clean channel.


This is because your clean channel only runs through the pre-amp section, requiring an increased volume level to match that of the volume of the drive section which is overdriven by the pre-amp circuit. my suggestion is to use lower volume level on the clean channel of the amp. To get any volume boost you may need to match the two channels you could use a signal/volume booster or overdrive pedal between your guitar and amp input, switching it off and back on when you switch back and forth between channels.

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Extreme differences on overdrive channel


Please, take it to a tech in your area, or look for a good one to ship it to. An 2007 amp is not old at all.

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Beringer PMH 660M has very low power output to speakers and when the volume in increased the output pops in the speakers and goes completely dead, everything else works ok and the lights stay on


could possibly be the volume switch, try changing the switch with one that you hardly use to eliminate the problem. any further probs just let me know. hope this helps

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MG100HDFX Amp - crunch setting seems too loud


There are 2 channels, Which means there are 2 sets of knobs ... One for clean and one for crunch. Start out with a low master volume and set up the crunch, Then the clen and switch between the 2 and make adjustments until they match volume wise ... Then turn the master up.

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Lacking volume


We used canned air to blow dust from the volume control slider connection. It did increase the volume, not quite to the original level, but to an acceptable level.

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