Hello. My Pyle Pro PT-3200 has been having problem playing the left speaker after a friend drop a drink in it. I'm fairly good at figuring things out, so I opened it up and checked the two fuses on the left. They looked OK, but after comparing them to the ones on the right, they appeared bent like they started to melt. I'm guessing changing all of them should be a first step... Anybody with other suggestions, please? Thank you!
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Re: Amp protection mode
Try swapping the "bad" fuses for the "good" ones and see if that helps. That will tell you if the fuses are the problem. I doubt that is the problem. You never said what kind of problem you were having with the left speaker. If your friend dropped a drink into the amp then I would discontinue using it until it was checked out and don't be surprised if you have one channel that has some parts that need replacing, like some of the output transistors/MOSFET's. That might explain why your fuses appear to be melted. Maybe they are. In any case, get someone who knows what they are looking at to have a look see at your amp.
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Double check all of your fuses and make sure they are the corrects AMP. Other than that it sounds like the speaker wires came loose somewhere along the line. check on the subs and behind the deck. hope this helps
Its possible that the (((amps the components on the main circuit)) is short this is why you need to turn all the way up, or the pre amp unit.
you need to be more experienced to find this problem
if you want to fix the amp let me know
Here is a link to the manual:http://www.peavey.com/assets/literature/manuals/00513220_7.pdf I didn't look at the manual for the crossover but this is probably the way I would do it. Look at page 13 in the manual : Come out of the Main out (31 in the diagram) into the main in of your crossover. Go out of your crossover Hi and Mid out setting back into Power amp In 1 (labelled 32 in the diagram). Hook your speakers that you normally use to the output jacks on the back of the Peavey. Make sure you match the output impedances. Go out of your crossover low output into the Pyle power amp and out of the Pyle into your subs. Make sure the impedance ratings of all your speakers match the output impedances of your amps. You will only be running in Mono mode as that is the signal output of the Peavey mixer. You can run faux stereo by using the Main monitor Out as 1/2 the pair and the Main Out as the other 1/2 to both channels of the crossover but you won't be getting a true stereo pan mode.
People talk alot of **** about Pyle amps, all I can say is that,
I have two PT-2000 & PT-1800 power amps that I have set in bridge mode, one for each speaker and they are powering two Altec-Lansing 18" inch subs, one amp per speaker, no hiss, line noise or anything and the system kicks. I tried the Pyles on a whim because I got tired the trouble I was having with the QSC and Crown power amps, could not go a year without having something go wrong always sending back to dealer for some kind of fix! So now I have 2, QSCs, 2 Crowns & 4 Pyles driving my system
Not enough juice, check the power and ground connections, another possibility is to have dc in the input, try to use in line filter available from radio shack to cut the dc, also test the with one speaker at the time, you could have a bad speaker (shorted) too.
if you have dual voice coils connect on each seporate sub negative left channel to possative right channel of the subwoofer same to other sub then conect the left possative and the right neggative to your box power terminal same to other sub then conect the two sub outs on your box left speaker positive to your positive left channel bridge then conect left speaker negative to the right speaker possative then connect your right speaker negative to your right channel negative brigdeg to your amp is single coil hook the box its self up the same way to your amp i have two dual voice cooil 12" hooked up to the same amp that way and it rocks without the power protecter turning on