20 Most Recent Yamaha EMX512SC Powered Mixer 500 Watts Stereo 12 Channels 3 Band Equalizer Lightweight Design Questions & Answers


Fixya does not sell anything. You need to contact whoever sold you the item directly to ask them about when/if it was shipped.

Yamaha EMX512SC... | Answered on Apr 07, 2015


Because the power supply is breaking down and needs to be replaced.

Yamaha EMX512SC... | Answered on Oct 11, 2014


Make sure that the Player is set to iPod mode and not AUX.

Yamaha EMX512SC... | Answered on Jun 08, 2012


Do you mean there is no sound coming from your monitors? Check whether you've accidentally diverted the main-mix signal from main-out (or whatever you have your monitors plugged into). Can you get a headphone mix?Also, dumb question, check that nothing is soloed!

Yamaha EMX512SC... | Answered on May 01, 2012


Because it is solid state for one.

It is also a Class D type amplifier, so the 500 watts is only a a peak rating and not very accurate, it is not an RMS rating, there is a big difference.

Class D amps chop up the music stream so it is not a continuous signal like analog signals are. It has a generalized block diagram similar to a power inverter or an AM transmitter. You ear is not likely going to notice the difference.

Yamaha EMX512SC... | Answered on Feb 05, 2012


Watch videos on YouTube about proper setup of a mixer/amplifier. Proper level setting at the different stages of the mixer is important to balance. You don't give us a clue as to what music you are talking about... if it is from a device plugged into the tape inputs for instance, the fault is your source is NOT providing adequate line-level to those jacks and you are trying to compensate with the master level. The master level should probably be around60% up in normal operation.

Yamaha EMX512SC... | Answered on Oct 31, 2011


What is the make and model and i'll find you an owners manual for it

Yamaha EMX512SC... | Answered on Sep 01, 2011


Chances are there is nothing wrong with the mixer. IF you accidentally turned on Phantom power, that would cause the problem. Phantom is ONLY used with condenser mics and a few DI boxes. Turning it on can create noise unless balanced lines are used everywhere.

Yamaha EMX512SC... | Answered on Jun 29, 2011


My Yamaha P85 had a no sound problem too. I replaced the two 100uf capacitors at locations C216 and C217 on the board where the DC power plug connects. Fixed it right up.

Yamaha Music | Answered on Dec 08, 2020


Order the service manual from Yamaha.

Yamaha Music | Answered on Nov 12, 2020


Go to the menu and the settings, language & Keyboard Touch Input. Text Input under an other setting make sure that you have the sound feedback checked. If that is checked and its still not working try restarting your device. Sound feedback is checked; no sound for keyboard or menu/app selections.
When no sound is output even though the power is turned on, check the following points. Make sure that the master volume is not set too low. Set it to an appropriate level using the slider or knob. Make sure that nothing is connected to the headphone jack on the keyboard.

Yamaha Music | Answered on Aug 08, 2020


Hi Phil! If you find the schematic for Yamaha GA 15 ii, please let me know as I was looking for it as well. I was playing the guitar for a long time but due to all this college stuff, I had no opportunity to play the music at all and then my friend asked why not try these out and I have paid a professional writer to do my homework. Thanks to this writing service, I have time to play guitar but now I cannot find a schematic for Yamaha GA 15 II guitar amplifier.

Yamaha Music | Answered on Mar 29, 2020


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rgCplnREnXs

Yamaha Music | Answered on Mar 06, 2020


Do the lights come on?
Have you tried the headphone output as well as the line output(s)?
Is the volume turned up?
Do you have it plugged in with the original Yamaha AC adaptor?
https://usa.yamaha.com/support/manuals/index.html?l=en&c=keyboards&k=DGX505
Owners manual in the link.

Yamaha Music | Answered on Nov 04, 2019


seems to be a standard acoustic setup to me. If it doesn't have all the string pins in it, you'll need to get some. you simply pull out the pin, put the string in, then wind it up on the machine heads (tuners) On this one you may need to put the strings through from the inside, I'm not sure about this particular model. I like a double wrap to start on the bass strings, but that's a choice I make. You could go with nylon strings, get ball end, they're easier to use than plain. It takes a bit of know how to do plain, thy have to be wrapped just right on the pins.

Yamaha Music | Answered on Nov 02, 2019


Hi
If you are talking about cleaning the rubber contacts I wouldn't bother. Once they start to fail then it is best to replace them. You can do this either for the octave giving problems or best to replace complete set. Main part is VY84670R your piano has 6 octaves of these. with a shorter part at either end.

Yamaha Music | Answered on Oct 24, 2019

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