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-Here how about try this:
-Plug the mice in.
-Type in the search box " Add a device"
-It'll pop add device menu then just click on " Add a device"
and it will take you to finished installation.

Good luck


Nady Systems... | Answered on Jan 19, 2018

First, plug it in. Next connect the speakers. Center all eq controls both master and channel. Turn off any reverb or effects. Turn the master volume 1/2 way up. Plug a sound source into channel 1 wiyj the channel volume all the way off. Turn on the amp. Slowly raise the channel volume until you heat output. If you get nothing, it's broken.

Nady Systems... | Answered on Nov 11, 2016

If the fan is thermally controlled then either that channel is not heating up enough to turn the fan on or either the fan or thermal switch has malfunctioned. The first thing I would try is to swap the fans. If the problem moves with the fan, then the switch is the most likely culprit. The fans are probably termally controlled so that they are not energized when the volume is low to reduce background noise.

Nady Systems... | Answered on Jun 13, 2014

There are a couple reasons.
(a). If it's a regular older model Solid-state Amplifier, reason could be a faulty cooling fan.
(b). If it's a more recent Amplifier, reason could be a faulty Temperature Sensor attached to the heat-sink. A faulty fan could be the culprit as well.

Nady Systems... | Answered on May 14, 2014

If they r thermally activated.. Let amp heat up then check to c...if not thermal power switch for fans may b faulty if not fans themselves..

Nady Systems... | Answered on May 12, 2014

Phantom power is used for microphones with "built-in" electronics. These mic's, receive a DC voltage through the mic cable that powers the internal electronics. I have never ran into wireless microphones that require Phanto power, so I will assume that your wireless problem(s) is being caused by something else.

Nady Systems... | Answered on Apr 08, 2014

Hi there
My Proline W763S screen has gone black after installing Win 7 professional, how do I resolve this problem?

Nady Systems... | Answered on Dec 30, 2013

You'll want to use the Stereo Out connections at the top right. You might need adapters to plug into whatever system you're trying to use. Also note that this mixer does not provide power, so the speakers you're using have to be self-powered or be driven by a separate amplifier. You would then plug the Stereo Out connections into the INPUTs of the amplifier.

Nady Systems... | Answered on Dec 19, 2013

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