So, i just bought a PylePro PPHP157AI 15-Inch 1400 watt PA for cheap so i can plug my DSP into it, and have a lot of headroom for cleans. I plug it in, and i get buzzy noise on my cleans, and my leads sound buzzy and crushed. I know its not my DSP, for when i run it through my monitors (M-Audio BX 5's) the thing sounds lush and clean and beautiful.
My question is, Will changing the speaker itself in a cheap PA to a more expensive speaker allow me to eliminate that buzz? If so, what is recommended?
Edit, just figured out the solution to my problem. I did not realize my unit's output is Line level, and not Mic level, even when using the XLR output on it.
Hey guys, I'm new to San Diego, I live near PB, Im looking for people to jam with. I like a lot of Djent, Prog, Metal, Punk, Metalcore, Jazz and Fusion influenced music. I am 20, and looking for people to jam with. hit me up.
guys, im hosting an event. im going to be 20,000 blocks above spawn and im not going to log on untill there are quite a few users on. I will be fully equipped with snowballs. There will be a big snowball war around spawn for this event. Once you guys choose a time i will log on.
Edit* the snowball war starts as soon as i hit the ground, dispelling snowballs everywhere!
wow guys! looks like i won a makeover to my home. I thank the cast of Extreme makeover minecraft home edition, Rynnas, Mrs and Colonel. Thanks guys for making such beautiful renditions to my home ranch! -._.-
Seli Update: so, i figured out why my mine craft wont work. I can connect to the server via my hot spot on my phone, but if i use the wifi of the USAF they don't let me on the server. Once i get my own internet i shall be back on mine crafting more.