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Behringer Ms40 Digital Monitor 40watts Questions & Answers
I just bought a BEHRINGER
Have you connected the Left speaker to the right speaker using the supplied cable? If not, connect the cable to the socket on the back of the right speaker labelled "to left speaker" and on the left speaker, to the socket labelled "from right speaker"
If this still doesn't solve the problem, try swapping the input cables (put the white plug in the red socket and vice versa) to see if this makes the left speaker produce sound, if it does, check the connection at the source to check the plug(s) are in all the way. If there is still no sound in the left speaker, unplug everything and do the following:
connect the left and right speakers with the supplied phono lead (Probably black) between sockets labelled "to left speaker" and "from right speaker"
then connect the source to any of the inputs on the back of the right speaker (ensure if using the red and white phono inputs that both are connected)
finally plug in power source.
Hope this helps
Hi i have a behringer b815neo with damaged surface mount components,what values are d51,r26,and c33 ?
I'm sorry, but without additional information such as a schematic or a more detailed description of the location of the components, it is difficult to determine the exact values of D51, R26, and C33 in your Behringer B815neo speaker. It is recommended that you contact Behringer customer support or a professional audio repair technician for assistance with repairing your speaker. They may be able to provide you with the necessary information and guidance to identify and replace the damaged components.
PMH 5000 and External Amps...
Based on my research, the Yamaha PMH5000 mixer features two 1/4-inch "insert" jacks for connecting external effects processors, such as compressors or equalizers, to individual channels. These jacks are not intended for connecting external power amps.
However, the PMH5000 does have two "main out" jacks that can be used to send the mixed audio signal to external power amps. These are typically located on the back of the mixer and may be labeled as "L/R" or "Main Out."
When you connect an external power amp to the main out jacks, the signal is sent directly to the power amp and is not routed through the internal power amps of the mixer. The external power amp then amplifies the signal and sends it to the speakers.
It is important to note that when using external power amps, you should adjust the volume levels carefully to avoid damaging the speakers or the power amp.
Behringer Ultracoustic acx1800 cd right input not working. Any ideas of what blew?
If the right input on your Behringer Ultracoustic ACX1800 CD is not working, it could be due to a number of reasons, including:
- A faulty cable or connection: The problem could be as simple as a loose or damaged cable. Try swapping out the cable with a known working cable or check the connection to ensure that it is secure.
- A blown fuse: The ACX1800 CD has a built-in fuse that protects the internal components from power surges or other electrical issues. Check the fuse to make sure it is not blown and replace it if necessary.
- A damaged preamp or amplifier circuit: If the problem is not with the cable or fuse, it could be due to a damaged preamp or amplifier circuit. This can be caused by a number of factors, such as overheating, power surges, or other electrical issues. In this case, you may need to take the ACX1800 CD to a professional repair technician to diagnose and fix the problem.
- A faulty right channel input jack: It is also possible that the right channel input jack itself is faulty. This can be caused by wear and tear over time or physical damage. In this case, you may need to replace the input jack or have it repaired by a professional technician.
My X Vamp is making
Bummer dude. Sounds like a capacitor or processor problem. Behringer stuff is really not very repairable.
I have had to scrap lots of the stuff over the years.
Great while it works and very affordable
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