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Can i connect my mixer to the input of the cdr 765 then connect the amp to the outputs. Will this work and record?

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If you just treat the CDR as a tape deck, I'm pretty sure your mixer has accomodations for that. Then you won't have to connect the amp to the CDR and anything you want to mix/monitor will be available to the amp.

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So you're saying an unnamed mixer is feeding a potential analog signal to a CDR. You're monitoring the CDR output at an unnamed amp.

You haven't established that there is any signal to BE heard.

WHAT is the actual source sound device (BEFORE the mixer)? Is the source input visible on the CDR when it's in Record Mode?
Have you perused the manuals?

NEVER USE EXCEPTIONALLY HIGH VOLUME SETTINGS FOR TROUBLESHOOTING. If a signal is inaudible at half volume it's effectively not there. YOU WILL BLOW SOMETHING UP WHEN YOU FIND THE MISPLACED CONTROL AND FLIP IT.

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How is everything hooked up?

Mic to Mixer, and Mixer to Laptop? Or is your mic connected directly to your laptop?

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Your mixer is already grounded, and does not need any additional grounding. It is grounded through the Power Cord.

Now, the feedback might be coming from one of the units you have connected to the mixer. The issue could also be the cable you are connecting to your recorder. Are you recording to a computer, or to some other external recorder (CDR / DVR / MDR, etc?) - try a different cable. Also try the different outputs on the mixer - you have 2 balanced line outputs you can record directly from. Don't use the RECORD OUT line, it's an unbalanced line, and if you want a good quality signal to record, your best bet is to use the XLR outputs. However, that might be connected to your amp or something.

What do you have going to the unit? Disconnect everything, and try by connecting each item 1 by 1, to eliminate where this feedback is coming from. Also, check for any ground loops that you might have, if you have a lot of equipment hooked up in your set up. (Educate yourself on Ground Loops)

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