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Jody Gould

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meyer 650 r2 connection help
« on: May 04, 2019, 11:09:56 pm »

If you had two meyer 650 r2 , one b2 processor and two crown microtech 1200.  whats the best way to hook them up.   also the meyer 650 r 2 have a speakon connector now.  thanks
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Re: meyer 650 r2 connection help
« Reply #1 on: May 15, 2019, 11:29:28 pm »

If you had two meyer 650 r2 , one b2 processor and two crown microtech 1200.  whats the best way to hook them up.   also the meyer 650 r 2 have a speakon connector now.  thanks

Every single question you've had on this forum is dependent on your hardware.

1. You could've wired your 650r2 in parallel in the cabinet and used
a 2 conductor 12 gauge SJ speaker cable with NL2 speakon. instead of
paying nearly double the money for 4 conductor 12 gauge SJ speaker cable.

2. If the Microtech amps have an XLR input -AND- output, you could
run the B2 processor output to ONE amp and then DAISY-CHAIN from one amp to the other.

3. There is typically a BRIDGED switch on the back of MicroTech amps. IF you use
BRIDGE mode, you can only use ONE input on each amp. The internal circuitry of the amp will
push power to ONLY ONE terminal on each output channel. (according to the back of the amp
only use the RED binding terminals). You can use banana on these terminals.

4. IF you already got the 4 conductor cable, you CAN stack
the banana connectors on top of each other on the red terminals.

5. If the B2 processor has two subwoofer outputs, you can connect each subwoofer output to each amp.

It really looks like you've taken on a very complicated project.
I suggest you have find some local assistance on this matter.
If you wire something wrong, you could be giving yourself a major migraine.
OR WORSE ... you might blow out some of your precious gear.
MOST people prefer NOT to run ANY amp in bridged mode.
It would probably be better to find a used Macrotech 2400 or 3600 run in stereo to each cabinet OR
run in mono with each cabinet powered by each channel.

I sincerely hope you wired the cabinets up correctly. Otherwise, you might have polarity issues.


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