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    AndreaPoli
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-01-15

    Buongiorno, ho cablato le mie System 1200 in biamp mode, utilizzando un crossover elettronico, vorrei sapere come e se dover distaccare quello interno alle casse.

    cordiali saluti

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    JeffWeitzman
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-01-19

    The left channel speaker is working fine, but the right channel is playing very faintly. I changed all the cables, tried digital and analog inputs, and connected them to a different source. Same problem. If the right speaker didn't play at all I'd assume the amp channel was blown or something, but it is playing, just barely audible. Disconnecting the left speaker has no effect either.

    What should I try next?

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    • JeffWeitzman
      Nigel67 Hi Jeff, it sounds as though you have done every test possible. You have taken the input to the left channel which works fine and plugged it in to the right channel and the speaker still doesn't work correctly. You have changed the cables. I would say that the amp which powers the right speaker is faulty. Does the headphone socket work? I would advise going to the support tab at the top oof the page, and in the new page that opens, scroll to the bottom and click on the service tab and submit a ticket for repair.
      • Mon at 10:28 PM
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    KimBarter
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-01-02

    Product registration : Behringer Truth B1031A Monitors 

    Purchase Date: December 22 2020

    Serial Number:  1) N1001285AOY
                            2) N1001290AOY

     

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    • KimBarter
      RexBeckett Hello Kim, there is a dedicated page for product registration.

      At the top of this page, click Support then scroll down and select Product Registration. Make sure that you enter all required (*) data before clicking Submit. The Care team will respond by email.
      • Jan 3
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    AndreaPoli
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-01-15

    Hello, I wired my System 1200 in biamp mode, using an electronic crossover, I would like to know how and if I have to detach the one inside the speakers.

    kind regards

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    • AndreaPoli
      DavidKnighton Hello Andrea,
      Generally speaking, most 2-way speakers will have a built in crossover, so you don't need to use an external crossover. If you favor an external crossover, you do need to connect the external crossover outputs straight to the low/high drivers directly, bypassing the internal crossover. This might be a problem for you, as the System 1200 appears to only have a single pair of terminals. For external Bi-Amp, you'd need two pairs of terminals, one pair connecting to the low driver, and one pair connecting to the high driver. This will require some modification to the cabinet in order to work. If you want my opinion on the matter, you should leave the cabinet as is and utilize the internal crossover, as the system sounds stellar on it's own.
      • Jan 15
    • AndreaPoli
      AndreaPoli Hi, David
      First of all I wanted to thank you for answering me,
      the System 1200 model has two terminals, the first for the bass and the second for the highs, luckily I just had to disconnect the internal crossover and rewire the tweeter and the woofer to the correct terminals, the sound is incredible, you just need to have some tricks in the calibration of the external crossover which has now been set up correctly. Thanks again for the advice??
      • Jan 15
      • Tannoy System 1200 Bi-Amped
        DavidKnighton Hello Andrea,
        That's odd, the one I was looking at online appeared to only have a single pair of terminals. It's possible I was looking at the wrong model. Can you send a pic of your rear panel?
        • Jan 15
      • Tannoy System 1200 Bi-Amped
        DavidKnighton Just realized my computer brightness was turned down and I couldn't see the black terminals against the speaker cabinet. My bad!
        • Jan 15