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I have a Yamaha AW4416 Work Station. I get sound when playing CD's but when I play my recordings they register on the input channels but won't play through the stereo channel. What do I do?

I get no sound out of the stereo channel when playing my recordings. I only get sound when playing CD's.

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the buzzing is indicative of an open ground connection, check the cord by substitution or with an ohm meter, if the cord is good look at the connections to the jack inside the amp ( im guessing you built the amp from a kit). Is this a solid state amplifier? Tube amps have lethal votages and should not be experimented on without knowledge of electronic safety. Also if there is more than one input to the amp try plugging the guitar into another one and see if its still the same.

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You have to discover the receive channel for the dtxpress. Try downloading Midiox which is a freeware app that actively displays everything that is happening midiwise in real time.

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Fred Yearian

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Make sure you use BALANCED TRS audio INTERCONNECT cables.

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Hi lholton,
This symptom indicated that you have a faulty OpAmp IC in the Mix circuit board. The IC's involved is the NJM2068M-D and NJM4558M-D. If I'm not mistaken you have more than 15pcs of this IC's in the circuit board that control the mics inputs. This is a 8-pin IC in D package. You must have at least 2 good IC's spare if you are going to DIY to swap or compare the reading of each IC's in the board.

Also, bad solder joints must be consider in that board and in the power supply feeding this board. Check it first, this is hard to spot, I would advice you to work in the brightest area or used table/portable lamp and magnifying glass. Re-solder as much as possible.
Let me know if you need further assistance.
Hope I helped you.
Have a nice day!
Thanks for using Fixya.

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B) Now do the exact steps above for the other turntable & this will confirm whether or not the Phono cables went bad on the turntable or if a specific channell is has gone bad while in Phono mode.
2. CDJ's/Rack Mount CD Player - A) Now just use your CDJ's/Rack Mount CD PLayer for the next test & be sure to now change the little black switch on the back from Phono to CD. Just as the steps with the turntable perform the same for this item in all possible RCA's (total 6) & note your MASTER channell output signals L & R.
B) Now do the same for the other CDJ/Rack Mount CD Player & this will confirm whether or not the RCA cables went bad on the CDJ's/Rack Mount Player or if a specific channell has gone bad while in CD mode.
3. Audio Cables OUT - A) There are a host of ways to have your audio come OUT & multiple configurations depending on how you record &/or bounce your audio OUT. Now since you say your MASTER OUT digital meter is only jumping on the R side depending on if you're going with RCA MASTER OUT or XLR BALANCED MASTER OUT either or is what'll show the digital reader bouncing with audio so check both. It could very well have been a cable going bad on you simple as that & you can check that by pluging your cable that works on the R side into the L side. If it starts showing a reading on the digital meter than you've solved the problem being a bad cable. Also don't forget to check your ZONE, BOOTH & RECORD OUTS as well however these will not show on your digital meter so open up your audio recording software to confirm that L & R sides are working for these.
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