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    My Behringer KXD15 Ultratone has recently started to act funny: For some weeks the lights on the EQ has been flashing for several minutes before I can use the amplifier. Yesterday it would't stop flashin, and a very low, clicking sound was heard from the back of the unit. Again, the amplifier cannot be used during the EQ is flashing and since it does not stop flashing, I can no longer use it. Does anyone have a suggestion what causes this problem? Please help!

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    • Nicke
      JoeRivers96 Hi, it sounds like there could be an issue with you unit. Would you mind submitting a support ticket through the SUPPORT button at the top of this page?
      • Wed at 5:12 AM
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    Hi! Does anyone know when the NX3000 or iNuke 3000 series powered amps will be delivered (supplied) to Brisbane? Or anywhere in Australia>


    I have searched for a unit across the TransTasman and nobody has one left to sell.


    Although, I found monkey sounds in NZ and their distributors have a few in stock BYT they wouldn't serve Australian customers.


    Find it ironic because other brands, for example in music equipment world Yamaka HQ n Japan many years ago helped me source a particular electronic part whichj I needed, although they had spares on Japan but to reduce my wait and distance (airfreight) they rang the Singapore distributors to send me what I eeded. Similar to a car part, Mercedes made an effort to supply me with parts many years ago through Malaysia, just as an example.


    YET, TransTasman (cousins in Auckland) distributors wouldnt help me out despite having stock avail.


    I have a gig and my both amps cant be used. Hence I really wanted a Behringer to suit my urgent needs. 

    Does anyone know why Australian distributors dont have aclue how to order in stock, on time, to have enough products on the shelves and warehouses? Warehouse managers job and skill ought to be to check and replenish stock levels in advance, no different from any other products, brand or commodity. Sorry guys but there are many unemployed out there who could do a better job, for such nice salaries some are receiving as managers of  distribution centres.

    PLEASE: don't use re-branding or no parts world wide as an excuse. 

    Considering the current lim,ited traffic air/cargo/ships is still operating as normal.

    There are SAP/Oracle inventory programs which work very well in such areas. I am sure the distribution centre in Sydney also have a similar prgram. 

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  • New
    Newcomer - Level 1

    Hi does anybody no what the voltage gain is on the  behringer nx6000

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  • New
    Newcomer - Level 1

    Hi all,

    I have just been given a Tannoy TS12 and I want to add it to my hifi system of a Rotel RA10 Rotel 980 BX and Tannoy M3's. The 980BX just has 2 outputs for speakers so I will have to combine the speaker wires of the Sub with a set of the speakers (does it matter which one) also where on the sub do I attach them?

    Oh and is this a good idea







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    • AndrewKing
      PedroRodrigues Hi Andrew that effectively depends what speakers you are using and how you wish to use your Tannoy Sub, never the less the best option is to check the Manual for this unit where you have all the information you require .Thank you
      • Jan 15
    • AndrewKing
      AndrewKing Hi Pedro, Just check out the manual and I cannot see any practical advices how would you wire the sub woofer to the set up and I have just swapped my Tannoy speakers into another room and so this set up will be running Monitor Audio BX2 Thanks
      • Jan 15
      • How to wire a TS12 sub woofer
        PedroRodrigues Hi Andrew please consider that you need to to use a cable as stated below to interface your speakers first with an amplifier and them with the Sub. Please follow the signal flow stated on the Tannoy TS12 picture considering that the output of the Amp will input o the sub and the outputs on the sub should connected to the Mains on your system. Thank you
        • Jan 15