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You haven't mentioned what model and manufacturer the mixer is. I will have to guess and say that the monitor out on the board isn't providing signal to the powered monitor or the monitor out on your board is powered and is now damaged by plugging a powered monitor into it. Carefully reread your manual and determine if the monitor out on your mixer is powered or line level. Reread also and make sure that the signal you are monitoring is assigned to monitor out, levelled correctly etc. If you find that the monitor out is passive (line level) try hooking it up to an external power amp and speaker. A guitar amp will do for testing purposes. Start with a low input volume on the amp. Also make sure that if it is passive to use a shielded cable from monitor out to input. If your board has powered monitor outs you can use a speaker cable from monitor out to speaker input (non powered monitor speaker).
I can email you a copy, or I will fax it to you. But you can go to Black & Deckers website and you can also get it there, as they bought Vector out in 2006. VectorMfg.com will direct you to the website. Hope this helps! Matthew
If you need to connect four mics, they should attach to the four XLR type connectors.
The terminal strip above is only for TWO mics.(#5 and #6)
For those you connect the SHIELD to the middle terminal of each under the "MIC5/6" labeled "GND". The each of the BALANCED microphone lines for the two extra mics go to the left and right terminal beside the respective GND terminal.
Well first off u must be doing some nice recordings or live sound but anyway. On ur back panel those r called terminal strip connections. For hooking small mini wires. For every mic u have and want to hook up to the rack u will need Mini Barrier to XLR adapters and one for ur main output to ur mixer or amp.