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Behringer Music | Answered on Dec 24, 2019


Behringer recommends using a shielded CAT 5e cable with Ethercon connectors wired to the T568B standard to connect the two. Also you need to make sure that the board is completely powered on before turning on the S32 for proper connection. Make sure you are connecting between the Aes50A ports. When connected you should be able to see a green light next to Aes50A in the main screen. Then you will need to properly route the channels.

Behringer Music | Answered on Nov 13, 2019


See if another audio source connected to the mixer produces the same results. Try with the same cable and then with another cable. The purpose of this procedure is to determine if it is the cable and/or the laptop. (Sound card problem???) or mixer.
Is it ALL audio or just specific audio from for instance, a music application? Does it cut out using iTunes?
The mixer may have a bad or oxidized input. Try a different input channel? Are you using headphones to listen? It may be the headphone amp? OR, if audio is produced via amped speakers, it may be the mixer output. Does the mixer have metering? Do the meters also cut out? Does the laptop do the same thing if plugging in headphones to the laptop directly (no mixer)?

Behringer Music | Answered on Oct 23, 2019


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Behringer Music | Answered on Oct 16, 2019


Hmmmmm. Are we talking about your internal or external fuses; Do they blow at the moment you put power on it, and what about the switch of the used voltage ?.... And was it straight away , since when you bought them; Then just send them back, Second hand?, too bad, you're ripped off .

Behringer... | Answered on Oct 13, 2019


I doubt that there is a problem with the unit. Usually people have problems with their cables or the speakon plugs themselves.
Unscrew the connector that is used on both ends and double-check their connections. Sometimes the screws that hold the heavy gauge wire in place, come loose. Also make sure that they are in the right places. Sometimes you have 4 connections. Make sure they are in +1 and -1 connections. Every once in a while you'll find a quirk unit that requires you to use +2 and -2 instead. Look at the back of the amp. It should tell you which numbers it uses. Make sure you check the same thing on the speaker end also. If you have a meter or continuity checker, use it to make sure it's wired right.
This is a professional piece of equipment. They don't go bad easily. Make sure you tighten those connections real good and that you pay close attention to the engraved numbers on the speakon connectors. (That is if they are quality connectors. The cheap ones may NOT tell you the numbering or the phase, ((+ or -)). Hint: The negative one is always closest to the outside of the plug. You'll have to study it to understand that. The screw terminals on the inside have 'walls' on both sides of it. Those are the + connections.
Also, check the switches on the front. You may have one of the switches in the wrong position or setting. Also if you're using phantom powered mics, you have to turn the phantom power on or else they will not work. Hope this helps.

Behringer Audio... | Answered on Oct 05, 2019


Either way will work, however your friend's method probably would be slightly better since it goes through less stages within the PMP2000. The "left and right power amp inputs" are the INPUTS to the power amp in the PMP2000 and hence are the best places to connect the mixer if using the PMP2000 as only a power amp. Note doing this will LIKELY disconnect any other input to the PMP2000 from the power amps in it... that is all the preamps in the PMP2000. DO USE TRS cables!!! and power both units from the same receptacle to avoid ground bounce.

Behringer... | Answered on Oct 02, 2019


Hello,
The problem is not bad transistor.
the problem is dirt, try to clean dirt in the internal of the amplifier especially the front section that has a foam attached to it.
this should be done by removing the cover of the amplifier.
Also do not overload the amplifier, check its ampere, watt and ohms to ensure balance of the amplifier and the speaker....

Behringer... | Answered on Sep 25, 2019


I looked up what that unit is so I'm not uber familiar and this is before coffee, however, check your effects levels, possibly delays or echos are building up on an individual channel and adding to your total output making it clip. Even if you don't have the effects on output, they can work in the background and clip internally. Is the output sound affected? Magnetic interference is another possibility if you are running it close to pickups, recorders and other high power supplies. Trim levels set too high? I don't know your actual stage setup but these are a couple things I have experienced through the years. Ahh, here's coffee and a drink to you finding your problem.

Behringer Music | Answered on Sep 15, 2019


This appears to be a very old device that was intended for use with Windows XP:

https://media63.music-group.com/media/sys_master/h46/h33/8849495293982.pdf

I suspect that the software is incompatible with Windows 7.

Behringer FCA202... | Answered on Aug 27, 2019


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Behringer Music | Answered on Aug 22, 2019

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