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    AliJasimALOhimed
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-05-18

    When KM-1700 will be available?

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  • sowatt
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-01-31

    is there any other way to get spare parts of the PLM series 
    bequase every time we if send it to repair and they have this Absurd high repair costs
     we can also do it ourselfs   its not that hard   its more hard to find the problem  
    but with 7 plm's in total  we rather want to do it ourselfs 

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    • sowatt
      AlexLane

      Hi Sowatt,


      You can contact our CARE team and ask but I would warn you that performing these repairs yourself will void your warranty. Also, our service centers have specialised repair and testing equipment which is quite essential to perform a quality and most importantly, safe, repair.


      Not trying to downplay your skills as a repair engineer, just a bit of insight into what goes into the process of service.


      Honestly I would very strongly reccomend you send your amps for repair in a certified service center, if you are getting repeat failures then its worth doing some analysis as to the cause also. It may be that you can avoid having to send it in to start with.


       


      I am more than happy to advise and assist further...


       

      • April 6, 2020
  • DJBOGS
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-07-15
    HI GUYS I'M GOING TO ASK ABOUT BEHRINGER NX4-6000 RMS POWER, IS THIS CORRECT? BEHRINGER NX4-6000 Specifications: • Output power (per channel, four channels): 315 watts RMS, 440 watts peak (8 ohms), 680 watts RMS, 860 watts peak (4 ohms), 1040 watts RMS, 1600 watts peak (2 ohms) • Output power (per channel pair, bridge mono): 1250 watts RMS, 1600 watts peak (8 ohms), 2050 watts RMS, 3000 watts peak (4 ohms) • Frequency response: 20 - 20,000 Hz, +0/-2 dB • Distortion: < 0.2% • Signal-to-noise ratio: > 100 dB • Power supply: 220V, 60 Hz • Dimensions: 3.5" H x 19" W x 12.2" D (95 x 482 x 310 mm) • Weight: 12.4 lbs.
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  • CesarBua
    Contributor - Level 2
    2019-05-20

    Hi,

    A year ago I bought two Lab Gruppen IPD2400.
    After a few uses, now one of them does not turn on.

    When I plug it to AC, it does not go to stand by mode. And does not turn on.
    Fan runs, ethernet socket shows activity lights blinking, and Intellidrive Controller can connect with a valid IP address, but does not synchronize. 

    Seems that DSP is not working.

    Anyone has experienced something similar? Any ideas?

    Very frustrating. After investing money on top class brand amps, it only lasted a year.

     

    Regards

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    • CesarBua
      wsl

      Hello


      Same problem here with a new ipd2400 at first start-up.


      No stand-by mode , black display , but fans at full speed. After 1 hr I cut the power en reconnect the power cord. The amp starts normal.


       

      • January 21, 2020
  • cauleyflower
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2020-07-06
    We heard a pop and then the amp stopped working. Wondering if this can be reset or if the amp is fried. Should note the fan is no longer coming on.
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    • cauleyflower
      leah Hey cauleyflower! Please sign up or log in and create a Care Ticket to have an Amplifier Specialist help you with your device. Just log in, click on the Support link above, and fill out a Care Ticket. Thanks!
      • July 6, 2020
  • RileyCasey
    Contributor - Level 2
    2019-11-26

    Well this is a busy forum isn't it?  Does anyone know of a way to copy and paste DSP parameters such as EQ and limiters between channels on the IPD control app?  I'm using the Mac and iPad versions and don't see this option.  Is it available perhaps in the Windows version?  

    Is there a better forum for this sort of question?  This one seems fairly low traffic.

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    • RileyCasey
      AlexLane

      Hi @RileyCasey,


      My apologies for the late reply here.


       


      There is not a direct copy and paste feature but if you are trying to achieve matched channels, a stereo pair of speakers for example, then you can link channels and everything programmed on channel one will be copied onto channel 2 (with shared control for both channels).


       


      There are two link options found on the "Levels" tab, one for input stage and one for output stage. See attached picture.


       


       


       

      IPD Link.PNG
      • December 9, 2019
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    AndrewKing
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-01-14

    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

     

    Cheers

     

    Andy

     

     

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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 https://wsi.li/dl/waQXZ235uGvZgeWR2/ .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
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    roiky0709
    Newcomer - Level 1
    2021-02-15

    I have a powered mixer amplifier (Behringer Euwropower PMX2000) and I am interested in purchasing new Behringer Passive Speakers (PK Series: 108, 110, 112 or 115). My question how I best match between the power outout of my amplifier to the speakers power? It says in the amp spec: Stereo Mode: 250 W @ 4 OHM & 180 W @ 8 OHM. Thank you so much

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    • roiky0709
      Dale_M Dale here, I can see you have sent the same on a ticket CAS-423353-X9K5H5 so i will reply to you on that.
      • Feb 15
    • roiky0709
      Dale_M Also this is not a well shot video but has helped users https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3TF2r6Eimt4
      • Feb 15
      • How to match power amplifier & passive speaker
        roiky0709 Hi Dale, thanks for the feedback but sorry... I have checked the YouTube link and don't think if it answered my question
        • Feb 15
  • jordanae
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-03-08

    Recently, my audio set up has stopped working. The Nu3000’s display lights are red and now the audio only plays in a short burst when I first turn the amp on. During this burst, the indicator light for the channel I’m using will flash from red to orange before returning to red.

    The board where I’m inputing the audio feed is picking up the audio (the L/R audio light bars are jumping to the beat of the songs, so I know that’s working). Additionally the speakers, as indicated by them being able to play those short burst so of music seem to be working fine. 

    Does anybody have any help they can provide? I have an event coming up in a week that I need to be ready for.

    Thanks for your help in advance. More details of my setup follow.

    This audio set up has been working for years with an inuke nu3000 amp, an Allen & Heath zed10fx board, and two electro voice  ekc-15 speakers.

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    • jordanae
      DeclanSlater

      Does the amp do the exact same thing (red, then orange for a second, then red again),  when no speakers or inputs are connected?  

      • March 9, 2020
  • SethUldall
    Super Contributor - Level 1
    2019-06-22

    Let me just lead this off by letting it be known that I'm not particularly versed in the matter of Power Factor Correction. All I understand in the matter is that if an amplifier has none, they wont run well on consumer grade generators... or so I've read. I've also read that the iNuke series amps won't run well on consumer grade generators for this reason (no power factor correction) and that some of the amps take short gulps of large amounts of current (upwards of 80amps). Does anyone know if this is (still) the case with the newer NX series of amplifiers? Will they run okay on consumer grade generators?  Thank you

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