Xti 6000 Cable error
Posted 21 October 2010 - 01:25 PM
ill show you tomorrow, i'm going to buy a grounded plug and mount it on the cable
you can watch this video response for now.
this is not a toy for me! it's part of my income, so plz trust and work with me.
ill buy and do all you tell me to buy and do..
possessed?? danm kevin, there are no ghosts in denmark
Posted 22 October 2010 - 01:30 AM
I noticed on the video that on the second amp 6000 there is a different AC main socket. I have to ask you again what kind of powercord you are using if you can't use the cord from Crown.
It looks like the main socket on the second amp is NEMA socket. Next time you do a video please show the powercord you are using. Show me also your socket from the stove. You are not showing/telling everything!!!!!!
Where did you buy the amps?? If it is NEMA socket on the amp then it should be L1,L2 and ground to get 208/230 V. I think you have 120 V unit. I am not familiar with NEMA sockets, this is pure guessing from my side.
I really don't understand how you can connect it from your stove without reconnecting the socket, fedding the stove, for use to the amp. Again, please show me how exactly you are connecting.
This maybe explain why you have the same problem on the gig.
Posted 22 October 2010 - 02:14 AM
i'm an educated electro mechanic, I'm working with >10 Mega-watt's generators every day!
I know how to connect and work with power, at a higher level.
so plz stop bugging me with your theory about wrong power connection,
the amp wornt even turn on if you use L1 + L2.... I'LL properly fry the amp if i dit so.
L1 + L2 = 440v in denmark...
the amp is connected to L1 and N
the 2'end amp is connected to L2 and N
they are not grounded at the moment.
the only thing i'm missing is the ground, and I'll make the video response to day, with a grounded cable..
the cable i'm using is the cable i got from crown.
the amp's are only ~30days old, from a store in denmark called Arteq... www.arteq.dk
the 2 amp's have the exact same AC main socket. and they are rated : 230V / 50hz
and yes i reconnected the socket behinde the stove, to get the 3 time's 230Volt / 16amp's.
any way, the amp also works on a normal 10amp wall connector, you dont need 16amps to get the 6k going..
it just wornt but out the max power at 10amp.
Posted 22 October 2010 - 06:02 AM
For the first time you are saying that it is not grounded. Ground the amps for GOD sake.
Then we can see. You are educated in electro mechanic and still you are not grounding the equipment????????????????
I my self is not educated, but still working in power plant > 400MW.
I dont understand why you dont ground the amp when you have it from the stove????
I still want to see the outlet socket from both amps in your next video, please!
I hope this is not to bugging for you, just let me know if I gonna stop posting.
Posted 22 October 2010 - 08:03 AM
i need to buy a ground converter plug....... again read the reply's!
i'm glad that you are helping me, don't get it wrong... i'm just trying to tell you for the 5 time,, that it's connected correct! I only need the ground coverter plug..
the one i have only support 10A! and it will stick permanently to the power cable!.... again read the reply's
i'm going to buy one now that supports 16A.... again read the reply's....
the amp's has been grounded befor and it doesn't solve the problem... again read the reply's....
Post #14 :ill try to get my amp grounded tomorrow but i'm almost certain that it wont help<---- told you they were not gounded....
I'll send a video reply today.. again read the REPLY'S....
if thats not what you call bugging... then I don't know what bugging means...
i keep telling you that i'm going to do the things you all are telling me to do... just have patience...
and thanks mctwins for the help, you deserve it, but plz read the reply's more thorough...
any way! i have a 4k,, that's plying fine on the same power net.. so the 6k should be able to do so to.... and the 4k ain't grounded...
if you want to se the 2 outlet socket, that's no problem, just wait till i get home, ill make the video m8
if you got any more theory plz help mctwins
Posted 22 October 2010 - 09:24 AM
connect a miniplug/xlr to the 6k at your lab ?
Posted 22 October 2010 - 11:42 AM
i know you will finde the answer one way or another
grounding on the power to the amp ? or balancing the cable from the pc?
i'll ground the amp's when i get home, i have 2 ground plug converter now
so far i can't seem to find any ghost or deamons, just tell me when you want me to call an exorcist
do you want me to buy a rolls cable balancing?
thanks for the effort so far kevin
Posted 22 October 2010 - 12:33 PM
I try as much as I can to help you.
Nice picture about the miniplug/xlr;
As I see it, the left and right plus(hot) is not connected together, maybe here is a problem. I have never seen any miniplug/xlr Y-linked together.
You can read great stuff here www.rane.com and go to library and read about "Sound System Interconnection"
Hope this help.
Posted 22 October 2010 - 04:18 PM
nice opservetion tho
Posted 23 October 2010 - 05:47 PM
all video resopnses:
Posted 24 October 2010 - 04:54 AM
It's little bit more understanderble now. Thanks for your effort of making these video it help alot to see the problem you have.
But I must say, the stove wallsocket have I never seen before. Is this a standard in Denmark?
As I see it, you seem too have some problem with this amp. I asume that you still have some warranty. It need some service that's for sure.
Posted 24 October 2010 - 05:05 AM
yes the amp's are only a month old, so they are still under warranty.
thaks for helping me out mctwins
the most weird thing is that both amps have the same problem
Posted 26 October 2010 - 08:57 AM