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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You should find pwer supply voltages of +/- 15 volts going to most of the op-amps.
You should find 48 volts for the phantom power source.
You should find 5 volts for the FX DSP or any other logic circuits.
You should find a +12 volt.
Here is a manual close to your unit (yours is an expansion of it):
Posted on Feb 13, 2011
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You have likely lost one, probably the +15 volt power supply... This is possibly a shorted component or a short on the circuit board causing this. It takes some skills at troubleshooting to find this. Sometimes using a thermal imaging camera will show hot spot... other times you have to search with a millivoltmeter. The rude solo light is driven by an op amp that uses both polarities of 15 volts and to turn it on it pulls negative... Hence I suspect the +15 is missing.
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
hook it up to one of the aux output sends (1 or 2), and use the corresponding aux send knob per channel to put each channel necesarry into the monitor signal.
Posted on Nov 30, 2010
This happens when you have lose earth connection from your main source power supply. Check the earth connections (grounding) which should be available in the mixer, i.e some power cords don;t have earth wire, so change this if you think yours don't have it. Also check the grounding of the other items attached to your mixer, basically grounding is very important to reduce the static shorts. Try changing the power supply source, change to other outlet and check if it is OK.
Posted on Apr 14, 2011
you need a cable with two A3F XLR s going to a 1/8" stereo phone plug, male. plug the XLRs into the Main out L&R on the mixer. plug the 1/8" into the LINE Input on the laptop. You should be able to get the cable from any music store,or Radio Shack. below is a link to the manual,in case you don't have one. Good Luck!
Posted on Sep 01, 2011
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