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Why does my mackie cfx12 mkii have low output across all 8 xlr inputs at unity gain with distortion above that?


Where are you getting the low output? It would be very strange if all channels failed in the same way so it is probably something common to them all. Can you get the clip light to illuminate at all by turning the gain up on a mic channel and shouting into the mic? You are referring to the gain at the top of the strip not the slider aren't you? What happens if you assign a channel to the other sub channel, does the level come up through that? What happens if you take the output from the aux send and you send signal there, is it the same issue?
I may be completely wrong but I suspect if it is only mics that are causing a problem you may have the routing set up wrong or not set a level somewhere else right.

Aug 10, 2014 | Mackie CFX 12 mkII 12 Ch. Compact SR Mixer...

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I am getting minimal to almost no sound coming from my mic to my computer.


If you are using the fx/send port to the mic-in port (I have no idea why you would want to do that) but nevertheless, check the red fx dial and make sure it is at 12 oclock and turn the pan dial to 12 oclock also. remember if you are using mic input 1 or 2 with a mic that requires Phantom power the button needs to be locked in the down position. OK im assuming you have checked and set your gain and volume levels on the 802 prior to plugging in your mic. If not do so now.(unplug all outputs and with mic plugged in speak into the mic while turning up gain until you get distortion which is indicated by a rewd light next to the "pan" button...once you see that light turn the gain dial back slightly and you should be set) have volume at 12 oclock on both l"evel1" and "main mix: dials. Now goto your windows desktop and right click on your volume control "speaker" icon. Click on "Playback device" you should see your mic in the list on enabled devices.If you dont see your mic in list right click the screen and click show disabled devices. Enable your device. If it is already enabled right click it and make sure it is not muted. finally go back to list of playback devices and right click your mic and click "configure speakers" run through the tests. close everything.mic should be working now. If it is not I suggest you plug your mic into either the line in from the fx/send or keep it in the mic-in port and plug the other end into the head phones port.Or better yet, get an rca to mini stereo jack and use the cd/tape out jacks to send your signal to the mic port of your computer......keep playing with it...you'll figure it out.There are so many different ways to hook up your perephrials its mind numbing sometimes.

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Hi I have a vhf digitech AM-4071 wireless microphone system and the problem is that both microphones are going only through one RF, on the transmitter. The second mic goes but its not receiving on tr


You need to check that they are both operating on different channels there should be a switch or POT on the microphone and possibly one on the reciever. If they are static or preset you need to swap one for the other channel. Some (usualy cheap) mics have a preset or static channel often ch-A and ch-B, there should be one of each in the box. If you bought the extra body packs they will also come with the preset channels.
- thegorisb

Sep 07, 2012 | DIGITECH VOCALIST LIVE 2

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How to connect a vocal processor to a peavey6 mixer


Set the voice input level on the voicelive2 by following this guide from the live 2 manual... Step 4: Set Mic Level This step informs VoiceLive 2 how loud you plan to sing with your particular mic. We'll use VoiceLive 2's automatic MIC GAIN feature to quickly set the optimum level. 1. Press and hold the REVERB footswitch 2. If you need to activate phantom power for your condenser mic, adjust the onscreen PHANTOM parameter which will restart the level test 2. Sing for five seconds with peaks that are as loud as you plan to sing 3. Follow the prompts in the display to finalize mic level setting, cancel or redo the procedure During performance, if you see the CLIP indicator light in the HOME screen, you can return to the automatic
MIC GAIN feature to adjust the input level.
When input level is set on the voice live ;
on the mixer set
the gain control to 12 o'clock position and
individual channel volume level to 7 ....raise the master volume
slider to hear mic input at desired level and without feedback

Jan 15, 2012 | Peavey PV6 Mixer

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Hi i need to connect a microphone to the mixer and output sound to a tv monitor to hear audio across a cctv camera. hope you can help. adrian


INPUTS:
Mic into CH 1
Camera audio output into CH 2
OUTPUTS:
Mains L/R>>>>>>>>>>>>>>DVR/Tape
Control Room>>>>>>>>>>>>audio monitors.

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I have a new 1642 VLZ3. I have to turn the gain almost all the way up with all the mics and it still does not reach unity levels. What are the posible solutions or problems.


I would be surprised with all 16 mics active that you can't reach near a clipping level... Of course if you only have 8 mics active we would not expect to reach unity levels. Make sure this board is powered from the same receptacle as your amps. Powering it from building power at opposite ends of a room from where the amps are powered is asking for damage from ground bounce. The pros run a power back to the mixer alongside the snake.
Your trims will be fairly wide open for dynamic mics and your faders should be around unity during use. It is nice if the main fader can be around 50% or more. Use BALANCED lines everywhere including those running to the amps.

Mar 19, 2011 | Mackie 1642-vlz3 (16-ch 4-bus Compact...

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My new SWR workingpro 12 has a low frequency permanent noise, any idee ? Maybe from the Power supply... Thanks, bolliger_rudolf@bluewin.ch


All amps make a small amount of noise (system hiss) but the amps own power supply should not cause a problem on it's own.
However if the frequency is around 50hz (the G 2 1/2 octaves below middle C on a piano) it is most likely due mains electricity interference or an earth (grounding) issue.
Here are a few things to try to identify the source.
  1. Could be a lack of earth (grounding) This is potentially VERY DANGEROUS and could result in electric shock if you touch a metal part of the amp or touch some other metal object (like a microphone stand at the same time as your guitar strings). Check the earth wire is firmly attached at both ends of the power supply lead.
  2. Could be a defective mains socket - try plugging it in to a different one, preferably on a totally separate circuit.
  3. Could be an earth loop. These can occur if you are using the amp with an output to a public address system or mixer that is also earthed because of a 'potential difference' between the two earths. Solution - use the balanced (xlr) output which incorporates an earth lift rather than the unbalanced jack output.
  4. Unplug any effects pedals, foot-switch etcetera to see if that eliminates the problem. Turn off any internal effects, including bass intensifier.
  5. Make sure any signal cables (guitar leads) have good quality screening and that the screen is well soldered to the jack plugs at both ends.
  6. Ensure signal leads do not lay along side (parallel) close to mains electricity cables but are well separated and only cross at right angles.
  7. Move the amp away form other electrical equipment that may have a powerful magnetic field (especially CD or DVD players, hearing loop amplifiers, radio microphone transmitters / receivers, mobile phones
  8. Turn around or stand in a different position - it might simply be the pick-ups in your guitar causing interference in the magnetic field of the power supply.
  9. Does plugging in or unplugging a signal lead / guitar make any difference? This particular amp requires only mono jack plugs a stereo (trs) plug may be shorting across terminals
  10. Does it change when you touch the strings with your hand? If yes check internal wiring and screening within the guitar.

Feb 09, 2011 | SWR Workingpro 12 200watt 1x12" Bass Combo...

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Trouble with the feedback sensing system


Realize that only so much can be done to eliminate feedback by notching out frequencies. If you have incorrect mic setup, have EQ's set unreasonably, etc. the feedback suppression can only do so much.

Balancing the board out properly goes a long way to containing feedback. There are some pretty good videos on YouTube on proper setup of mixers.

Using mics that have a cardoid pattern and are out of the direct path of the main speakers and monitors is important. Amplified acoustical instruments are a real pain as it is hard to keep them out of the line of fire. Often the run these instruments to small amps and then mic the small amps up close.

The sensing system in this is a part of the whole system and is probably operating as it is supposed to, just not the way you want it...

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I have a Fender G-DEC Guitar amp and it has an output for recording, can I connect it to the BOSS MICRO guitar input? The Fender amp has many rhythm functions which I am very familar with, besides it has...


you can use the line in/mic stereo input, but you will have to turn the input level way down to around 1 or 2.

i assume that the record outputd a re rca outs. you can get a rca stereo to 1/8 inch stereo adapter, like the ones they use to connect protable cd palyers to recievers, and then get a 1/8 inch stereo to 1/4 inch stereo adapter form radio shack to complete the connection.

Aug 15, 2010 | Boss Micro BR Digital Recorder

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Mic channels 2 and 3 don't work no sound. mic channels 1 and 4 work okay as well as inputs 5-12. how can i fix this??


There is an internal f ailure and the unit will require servicing. To get by until you can get it fixed, you can get line transformers that will allow the mics to be used on the higher channels.

If you have inadvertently plugged a source into the :insert" jacks of these bad channels by mistake, that may have blown the input op-amps.

A lot of dis-assembly of the board must be done to get to the parts to repair.

Another possibility is if the sliders have gone bad... SAME prognosis for repair.

Dec 26, 2009 | Mackie 1202vlz3 12 Channel Mixer

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