The filter capacitors are getting leaky and need replacement in the power supply. These capacitors filter the 60hz AC out of the working DC voltage. WHen these start to fail, the voltages start to fluctuate at 60hz. causing the flickers or complete failure. In audio the same problem can cause a 60hz hum in the signal.
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This sounds like someting is out of phase. Can you describe all of the connections you have to the amp and speakers. Double check them as well to be sure that the positives are connected to the same terminals on the amp and speakers. If that is OK, we'll start looking inside the mixer.