I have a Peavey xxx and a Peavey ms 4x12 cabinet and every time i get the volume to almost half the speaker cables disconnects from the cabinet. I have looked inside and the jack is in a plastic case so i can't see much. I have been looking for a locking cable but all i came up with is a speakon cable and i am not sure what they even do. Any help would be appreciated.
Maybe just contact Peavey for a replacement jack assembly...
Quote by 8Len8
Maybe just contact Peavey for a replacement jack assembly...

Probably a good idea, but just to be clear, is the cable vibrating out of the socket or is it just cutting out? The way you describe it has me a bit unclear.
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I hate it when it slips out of the XXX.

Tighten up the hole or get another one. . .
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