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Loss of sound in Left Channel (Nu Mark Cm 100 Mixer)

I have lost sound from my left (channel) speakers.....right channel plays. I have replaced at least three mixers but continue to have the same problem....what can I do to resolve the problem?

Posted by Corry Howell on

  • Anonymous Apr 19, 2008

    i loss my sound from the left channel tonight.

    i plug two xlrs into my mackie mixer channels.

    thank god i had a monster computer cable to plug into the tape in.



    why did i lose sound though from the left channel?


  • Anonymous May 11, 2010

    on your side could it be the amp not the mixer? you just mention 3 mixer

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SOURCE: My Numark CD-MIX-2 DUAL CD PLAYER/MIXER COMBO LEFT

I would suggest this problem is caused by the Buffer PCB, filters the audio. Easy fix. Let me know if you need more info. [email protected]

Posted on Apr 22, 2010

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Anonymous

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SOURCE: Numark Mixer Headphone cue broken. Repair or replacement??

my outputs dont have signal

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SOURCE: Channel 2 doesnt work. Channel 1 works perfectly

did u find any solution with the mixer? I have a similar problem. Channel 2 works great, Channel 1 is sending only the Left side, something like Mono instead of Stereo.

Posted on Oct 09, 2010

Anonymous

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SOURCE: when setting up a sound card to my m4 numark 3

"PHONO" is ONLY for an old school turntable that would require a PHONO preamp, so that leaves, uh, LINE.

It's more than a matter of gain as Phono cartridges require special equalization to restore flatness to the sound recorded in a vinyl groove.

Posted on Mar 17, 2011

Anonymous

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SOURCE: my right channel upfader on

Yes take it to your local numark dealer and they will send it out or fix it right there. sounds like the faders blown.

Posted on May 05, 2011

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