My Allen & Heath 22 FX table is dead !

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  • #22764
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    shtoupel
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    hello all,

    I would like your opinion please …

    recently, my mixer Allen Heath 22 FX is dead .. My table is only 7 months… so nearly new, and used a good 30 times and never problems !

    were connected to the table 6 dynamic micros, 2 guitars and electric bass, while passing by 2 DI, 2 speakers and active DB Technologies …

    But for the first time, for one guitars, there was also a box multi purpose 3 pedals, the Boss Me-50, positioned between the guitar and the DI ..

    when I turn on the table, she runs 10 seconds, and when I touched the volume knob, there was a big “clac “and has a burning smell emanates from the table !

    I have only used the XLR micro channel of the table, for every input…

    I didn’t have the impression of doing a bad manipulation since logically we can plug in a few No matter how, without doing any damage other maybe than a bad sound, without making any jumps …But I will be sure of that…if someone can tell me …

    The table is under warranty so no problems, but I will not have the same worry in the future if the problem occurred was my fault!

    I think rather a bad luck, and maybe it’s a problem of supply or transformer or capacitor …

    What do you think about that ?

    thank you in advance

    shtoupel

    #28181
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    kentlowt
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    You should contact A&H support as these forums are for the iLive series consoles :)

    112T/IDR48/IDR16

    #28186
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    shtoupel
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    oh so..i m sorry, I didn’t understand this…

    thanks,

    sh

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