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Found 6 results

  1. Hi, I have a CTK-2400 that I am using as a MIDI device for FL Studio. It's really annoying when sound is coming from the speakers from my keyboard as well as the speakers on my computer when I'm making a song in FL Studio. I know you can turn local control off, but having to do this gets really irritating every time I turn on my keyboard. Is there a way to permanently keep local control off? Or disable the speakers?
  2. Speaker won't turn off

    Loving the board so far. Can you please advise if I can turn the speakers off manually? I would not want to hear the sound thru the speaker when connected to the keyboard amp. And I thought the speakers suppose to switched off when an external amp is connected via line out. But this does not work on my unit. The speakers are still heard. also, the sound thru the speakers facing me is often distorted like they are not handling the volume . Is this how the 560 handles the sound or something wrong with my unit? Thank you in advance!
  3. I noticed an issue in the built in speakers since the day i purchased PX 560. When the volume is over 50% and I play bass notes between E1 to A2 I get buzzing noise and vibration. This noise is very noticeable for E.piano sounds and Fingered bass sounds. I also got it my piece replaced and the new one also has the same problem. Can anyone let me know if this is a known issue? PS: This is not applicable when played with earphones, external speakers and usb recording
  4. Casio PX860

    Speakers on my Casio PX860 suddenly went off....stopped working....Piano is only 5 months old....anybody has any clue what is the reason? thanks
  5. PX-160 Sound

    I purchased a used PX-160, however sound is not working with the internal speaker system. Is there a system reset or function that I need to press for it to work? Audio inputs using the front port produces sound.
  6. Hi all - whilst I sit here patiently in the UK awaiting arrival I am turning my next thoughts to the external speakers that will be used for practice in the house - not a particularly big room so no stage rig required (yet) and I've heard that studio quality monitors would be not helpful when trying to get a great room sound from a DP - so what are we using here and what's recommended please?
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