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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 14 hours ago

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Behringer Music | Answered on Oct 16, 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

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

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Behringer Music | Answered on Aug 22, 2019

Hello Geoff, try using an external processor and check that it works well, if so, the problem is that you have the Jack connectors of Effect sending and those of Return of Effects, dirty
Apply a couple of drops of oil, type WD40, to a Plug connector and insert and remove them repeatedly in each connector Jack for sending and returning effects
I hope you can solve the problem, comment the results
Greetings Franco Dosil

Hola Geoff, prueba usando un procesador externo y comprueba que funcione bien, si es asi, el problema es que tienes los conectores Jack de envio de Efecto y los de Retorno de Efectos, sucios
Aplicale en un conector Plug un par de gotas de aceite, tipo WD40 y entralos y sacalos repetidamente en cada conector Jack de envio y retorno de efectos
Espero puedas solucionar el problema, comenta los resultados
Saludos Franco Dosil

Behringer Music | Answered on May 24, 2019

Connect the two Behringer B215XL to the Right/Main Speaker Outputs. Monitor(s) would connect to the Left/Mon Speaker Outputs
manual is here:

Behringer Music | Answered on May 21, 2019

Hi Ezra, for the failure you describe, you may have a problem with the Main Insert connectors, more presumably on the left, this connector has the function of interleaving some type of processor in the stages of the master L and R, and has some contacts internal that get dirty and produce false contact in the passage of the output signal
Try cleaning it with some contact cleaner, put a small amount of cleaner and with the help of a plug, put it on and take it out several times in order to make the cleaner work, do the same with the right channel, because the same fault will appear. , sometime
If this does not work, you would apparently have problems with the left master dimmer potentiometer on the corresponding electrical circuit
I sent you the link to download the user manual of your Behringer
I hope you serve my suggestions and manage to make the left exit work
Greetings Franco Dosil

Hola Ezra, por la falla que describes, puedes tener un problema en los conectores Main Insert , mas presisamente en el Izquierdo, este conector tiene la funcion de intercalar algun tipo de procesador en la etapas de los master L y R, y cuenta conunos contactos internos que se ensucian y producen falso contacto en el paso de la se?al de salida
Prueba limpiarlo con algun limpiador de contacto, pon poca cantidad de limpiador y con la ayuda de un plug ve colocandolo y sacandolo repetidas veces a los efectosn de que el limpiador actue, haz lo mismo con el canal derecho, porque ya le aparecera la misma falla, en algun momento
Si esto no da resultado, aparentemente tendrias problemas con el potenciometro atenuador master Izquierdo on el circuito electrico correspondiente
Te envio el link para que descargues el manual de usuario de tu Behringer
Espero te sirvan mis sugerencias y logres hacer funcionar la salida Izquierda
Saludos Franco Dosil

Behringer Music | Answered on May 05, 2019

I assume you have the neutron connected to the computer via a USB cable. Right? What kind of cable are you using between the neutron and the workstation? Will the neutron play midi coming from the computer? Does it interface with Band in the Box or a software sequencer (Logic,etc)?

Behringer Music | Answered on Apr 20, 2019

Audio Equipment: Is the loud popping sound when you plug/unplug your speakers bad for them?
Most speaker cones are driven from a power amplifier.. The pop - like you said - is a transient spike. But the important thing here is that it gets amplified up through the pre-amp and into the power amp.. Speakers usually move in the ol' in-out fashion with respect the the voltage at the input.. and a big spike could loosen the cone from its suspension mechanism.. The higher the power and the more delicate the cone - the more the danger to the speakers ( what is normal for a woofer cone, could end blowing up a tweeter cone) . For e.g. In live events, where high output PA speakers are used, this is a very serious issue - because such a spike could throw the speaker cone out of its place, and it wouldn't work from that point on. For this reason, some high end audio equipment have a limiter at the output, that prevents signal from exceeding a certain predefined limit. So any occuring transients would never hit the cone at a level that is unhealthy to them.

Most home audio equipment tends to operate at lower levels. That being said, there is still some damage inflicted on the speakers - just maybe not of the same magnitude.. especially the smaller ones.

If your system has a remote control, it might be wise to hit a mute button just before you change to another input... or maybe find a way to turn off just the speakers (if separately powered) before you interchange the connection

Behringer... | Answered on Apr 08, 2019

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