Thank you for your help. Couldn’t find info. other than below or an online manual for the Yorkville speakers. 1) DJ Setup: a) Speakers: Numark Mixdeck Quad > 1stMackie M1400i FR series amp > L/R Ch. Stereo to each speaker. b) Sub: 1stMackie M1400i FR series (speaker amp) > 2ndMackie M1400i FR series amp > L Ch to sub. I don’t use any other equipment for DJing. Numark Mixdeck Quad: https://www.numark.com/product/mixdeckquad
Mackie M1400i FR series amp: https://supportloudtech.netx.n...-public/#/asset/9806
Peavey Sub: https://assets.peavey.com/lite.../manuals/8030080.pdf
Yorkville Speakers: Model YS115 - 8ohms - 150 watts
2) Karaoke Setup: My current setup for karaoke consists of many components. I use the same Mackie amps as above. I do use a Behringer Super X crossover in this setup. Although the other equipment doesn’t really relate to what we’re discussing, I’ll list it anyway. The equipment is daisy chained in the following order;
Mackie Mixer 1402-VLZ Pro https://supportloudtech.netx.n...0628/viewer/document
Behringer Edison Stereo Processor
Behringer Ultrafex Pro EX3200 (sound enhancement processor)
Behringer Super X Crossover CX2300
Speaker Amp (Mackie M1400i FR link above)
Not really related, In regards to my Karaoke setup, I installed and built the cases myself. A DJ friend of mine, now passed away setup this equipment along with all the connections. I have two other cases that house 2 JVC Karaoke CD G players and the 2 amps mentioned that’s tied into this as well.
Currently, I’m having a couple issues somewhere in my Karaoke setup. 1) After about 15 minutes of continuous use the volume sounds slightly lower and the music sounds mono with no bass. When it does this I can regain proper stereo sound as it was originally by racking the fader back and forth quickly. It will repeat itself as described above every 15 minutes or so. I switched over to another fader channel (never used) which it repeats itself as above. I don’t know if it’s a mixer and/or a crossover issue. Possibly it may be clipping through the crossover for some reason or the mixer needs cleaning. The mixer has always been kept covered and really hasn’t been overly used. This issue just started recently.
2) I’ve been receiving hum through my speakers for quite a while as well. Could be a ground loop issue.
Obviously, I’m going to have to go through everything above in order to trace out the problem which equals a very time consuming job.
Thank you again for your help, I sincerely appreciate you time and help. Ray