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Channel mixer problem- No channel B output.

I have a channel mixer that was working fine until the other day. The mixer has output form channel A but nothing form B. I checked cables / speakers / settings etc. but it is def the output. I opened the mixer to see if there were any fuses blown or visibly damaged components but nothing that I could see.
And ideas what causes this?

help please.

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  • Anonymous Aug 20, 2008

    don't know how to hook up

  • DJ RL Dec 04, 2008

    The right channel is making the songs distorted. I swithched rca wires and checked everything on the left channel and it works but the right channel doesnt.

  • locykid Jan 10, 2009

    i have no channel A output

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I assume you looked at the pan assignments.
what kind of mixer is this?

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Probably time for an upgrade to a newer channel mixer. Your mixer is probably not worth fixing, but you could continue to use the mixer side for a while until you decide to upgrade that. If you happen to know an electronics tech, it could be a little project to check the power amp insert jack on channel B, but it wouldn't be worth spending good money after bad when you could put it towards more solid gear.

Good luck.

The dude.

Posted on Aug 07, 2008

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