Question about Behringer EURORACK UB2442FX PRO Mixer
I have lights on the display indicating incoming audio but the speakers are quiet.
The outputs of these mixer needs to be connected to an active speaker.
An active speaker have an amplifier and a preamplifier.
Posted on Oct 02, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
A high likelyhood of a power supply problem.
I had a similar thing on a GX110 and it was an electrolytic cap that filters for the 5 volt regulator on the DSP board.
As the DSP starts up, the load on the supply sucked it below the operating point and caused the DSP to keep reseting. The display did flash.
The unit will have to be opened and trpunbleshooting done to find and repair the problem.
Posted on Dec 20, 2009
The unit should generate standard levels which then must be amplified. It LIKELY is doing that.
I suspect your amplifiers and/or speakers are insufficient. You have not told us the speakers you have or the size of the venue. The type of sound you are making is important too, as heavy bass requires BIG speakers... at least 15 inches for good reproduction.
I also would recommend you get an audio sound level meter... even an inexpensive Radio Shack one will do. This will allow you to comply with the sound level restrictions and compare speaker/amplifier sets.
If you can get to 90 Db, that is safe level.
Many venues they have massive amplifiers for say a 4000 sq ft area that have 1000 watts. This doesn't guarantee adequate sound since the efficiency of the speakers play a vast part. For good bass, the speaker cabinets need adequate physical size to match the speakers to be efficient.
A word of warning: If you have an ampliifier that generates much more than the rating of the speaker, expect to blow some speakers. Also DON'T be fooled by "peak power" ratings as they are fake, count on RMS power ratings when comparing.
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
ALL the speakers will either have to be POWERED or have external amplifiers. The mixer has NO power amps capable of driving speakers. When connecting, make sure that the mixer is powered by the same receptacle as the speakers or amps. Used balanced line for interconnection.
Posted on Jan 24, 2011
SOURCE: When i have my FX
Well Behringer, makes crappy products in general. So the FX processor is burnt out or just doesnt wanna work anymore. I personally will never own anything behringer, due to it always breaking. you get what you pay for. but if your really worried about it send it out maybe theyll fix it.
Posted on May 31, 2011
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Posted on Jun 10, 2011
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