I have just recently moved my computer to a new residence, and now my speakers are not working properly. When I listen to music it fades in and out. It will go from the volume that I have it set at, to a lower volume, then back up. This is not something that happens right away, it takes a few minutes of listening. I would appreciate some feedback as to how I can fix this problem.
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Re: Speakers fade in and out when listening to music
Ensure all connectors are properly inserted, then if you have a speaker mounted volume control, then run it back and forth rapidly about 100 times with power off. this will allow the tiny copper "wipers" contacts to brush off any accumulated dust.
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The Efx 12 has two outputs monitor out as well as mix out ( XLR sockets ). If the level bars are moving its an indication that the mixer is working. Have you tried headphones out as well as monitor out. What is your amplifier and speaker setup- you have not mentioned it at all. Even if any PFL switch is on you won't get sound out of the speakers. PFL stands for Post Fade Listen and when any of the 12 channel PFL switch is on only the headphone out put will work.
You may be now living too close to a radio station. Sometimes when this is the situation, anything electronic gear plugged into a wall socket can act like an antenna, thus receiving signals from local radio stations.
Make sure in the volume mixer that it is using the right sound device. You most likely have it set to the wrong device output. When you plugged in the headphones in kinda automatically switches, but to use the speakers again you have to do it manually. Just hook up a cheap av receiver to your computer and use this headphone input instead. a 100$ 5.1 av receiver beats any pc speaker system.
First things First!
1) check on other speakers to see if your iPod work fine
2) check connector for loosing electric connectivity.
3) check with your headphones to see if your iPod play music well.
4) Check, power on the computer spk. you got. or the input that is working right.