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Have a Behringer 1202 Xenyx
You are running your balanced cable into a windows 7 PC? What interface are you using... not the line input on the PC I hope as it is NOT balanced... it is Stereo input with UNBALANCED input. If you tie the mixer using a balanced to 1/8 inch balanced connector you will get plenty of hiss since you are driving the stereo channels oppositely. For high quality, get a good audio interface that runs on the USB of the PC. If you can tolerate a bit of noise but wire it correctly, then you will need to use two UNBALANCED lines out of the mixer for L and R and merge them to a stereo 1/8 inch plug for the PC.
on Jul 11, 2011
NO POWER. CORD TESTED OK
Why did you change the fuse? If it was blown, then power supply has failed. Here is your schematic. The power supply is on page 14.
Scroll down the page at the site to the "Get Manual" Click on that to download the schematic. When working on line operated supplies use an isolation transformer for personal safety. The regulator chip IC2 has probably failed but test before changing. HINT: When restoring the supply, put a 60 watt light bulb in series with the hot power lead to act as a resetable fuse... saves fuses and also other components if all the bad parts haven't been weeded out.
on May 11, 2011
I have a Behringer 1202fx
Personally I would run the RCA outputs to the RCA in on the APS.
If you insist on using XLR from the APS to the board (like through a snake etc) I would higly recommend using XLR to 1/4" adapters. These things have wonderful little transformers in them (yes, wire wound transformers) that do the 1/4" to XLR conversion really nicely so that you can run your signal through the snake or just so that you don't get the hum and distortion that can be associated with unbalanced signal transfer.
You want a HI-Z unbalanced to LO-Z balanced adapter.
Not always easy to find, but if you absolutely cannot locate any, I have a couple in stock.
I suggest you look around though, because mine aren't cheap!
on Feb 27, 2011
Audio from Laptop to Behringer mixer plays for a few seconds and cuts out.
See if another audio source connected to the mixer produces the same results. Try with the same cable and then with another cable. The purpose of this procedure is to determine if it is the cable and/or the laptop. (Sound card problem???) or mixer.
Is it ALL audio or just specific audio from for instance, a music application? Does it cut out using iTunes?
The mixer may have a bad or oxidized input. Try a different input channel? Are you using headphones to listen? It may be the headphone amp? OR, if audio is produced via amped speakers, it may be the mixer output. Does the mixer have metering? Do the meters also cut out? Does the laptop do the same thing if plugging in headphones to the laptop directly (no mixer)?
on Oct 23, 2019
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