Pro audio, lighting, stage and video equipment retailer

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Hello everyone! Direct Pro Audio sells, designs and installs professional sound, lighting, and video systems. We have designed sound and lighting systems for venues all over the country and have a robust online store. No matter what you need, we can design a system to solve your pro audio or video problems. No matter if you need a new sound system at your school or a paging system for that new warehouse in Galt's Gulch, we can help you out!

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  • Posted by Kason 2 years, 5 months ago
    Hey there. in the middle of equipment aquisition. ($19,081) so far. Let me know if you can beat these prices -
    Amazon (Click Link) PowerPoint Computers $678
    Amazon (Click Link) Camera UX180 $2,778
    Amazon (Click Link) Pro Presenter Apple Computer $760
    Amazon (Click Link) 128GB SD Cards (8 total) $582
    Amazon (Click Link) D-Fi Wireless $100
    BH Photo (Click Link) ZFI Control (2) $458
    Sound Productions 0127059 NEW MICROPHONES $9,721
    Sound Productions 0127059 Chauvet - 18 lights FreedomPar R-16 Par-Tri6 $3,582
    Sound Productions 0127059 ATEM Switcher Mini $885
    Sound Productions 0127059 SD Hyperdeck Recorder $619
    Sound Productions 0127059 Chauvet Freedom Case $570
    Sound Productions 0127059 Switcher Shelf $76
    Amazon (Click Link) SD Card Case- How many? $21.25 ea

    I can be reached at for fastest reach.
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  • Posted by sdesapio 5 years, 4 months ago
    Hey Jason, do you service speakers as well? I've got an 18" active Behringer that is giving me some trouble in that it randomly just goes quite. When I jam the volume pot to 10, I can kick it back on but that's just not the solution I'm looking for of course.

    I've taken it apart, cleaned all of the connections, but without success. Any suggestions?
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    • Posted by 5 years, 4 months ago
      Ok, first off, if it happens most frequently after the sub has been on for awhile, it is possible that it is going into protect. I doubt this because you say that moving the volume pot will make it function again. So, that leaves us with a bad volume pot (potentiometer) or perhaps a cold solder joint where the wires leave the volume pot. I would visually inspect the volume pot from the inside and see if anything obvious looks loose. It is not easy being an amplifier module in an active subwoofer! I'm traveling tomorrow, but you can call me on Thursday toll free at 866-444-8090. Tell them we've talked before or my gatekeepers may not let you through. Thanks - Jason
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    • Posted by 5 years, 4 months ago
      One last thing, does the subwoofer ever sound strained or distorted? Since you've taken it apart and can't really see a problem I'm leaning toward a cold solder joint somewhere on the pcb board. The board is most likely housed in a metal enclosure that is not much fun to take apart. What model is it so I can look at some schematics?
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