StudioLive 2442, 1642 and 1602 with Universal Control Ai, SL Remote & QMix
3 posts
Page 1 of 1
My 16.4.2 has very low output levels from the main outputs, both left and right. I'm not sure about any of the aux sends or the mono out. This happened to me right before a show tonight and I didn't have time to check any other outs. The board worked fine yesterday. The board appeared to be working fine today. All my inputs showed normal levels on the meters. My output meters showed normal also. I initially thought that I had an amplifier problem. So I changed out the mains amp and the problem remained. I quickly grabbed another board for FOH and that console worked properly. An output signal is present, it's just very low in volume.
User avatar
by sjc193 on Mon Jun 24, 2019 6:29 am
Did you check the tiny little pot next to the Main out on the back of the mixer? It could have been turned down possibly? Also, like any other pot I have had to wiggle it before on older mixers to get the volume to come back. Like an old dusty pot.

Steve

StudioLive RM32AI
Rackmount Windows 8.1 PC Quad core 8G ram
ASUS RT-N66U Dual Band Router
IPad2, IPad Air 2, Studio One 3 Pro, 1 DBX Driverack 260
2 QSC KW 153's, 2 Turbosound TMS-1's
2 OHM MR450D Subs with Kilomax 18inch drivers
4 EV ZLX-12P's, 1 TurboSound iX15, 2 Yamaha S115V's
1 Crest Pro-Lite 7.5 (7500 watts) amp, 2 Behringer EP4000 amps
10 58/57 mics, 1 SM86, 1 sE8, 1 sE2200, 1 AT2020, 2 AT2021
1 beta52 kick mic, 2 e609, 2 Radial J48 DI's, 1 PRO48 DI
2 4Bar lights, 1 4Play, 1 6Spot, 1 fog machine
User avatar
by LeVan on Mon Jun 24, 2019 10:51 pm
Oh yeah. That's the first thing that I checked. I did some further testing tonight. The mono output is significantly louder than either left or right out. This is with both pots (main out and mono out) on the rear at the same position, fully clockwise. The audio on the mains is clean and clear, it's just nowhere near the output level that it usually is.

3 posts
Page 1 of 1

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 3 guests