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sudden loud noise of thunder form speaker

Hi all ;

I am having a severe problem with my PA system.
After I connected all the system components together, the PA system was left on;
A loud continuous noise of distortion started coming out of the single speaker I connected. It was so loud people actually ran away thought it was a noise of thunderstorm.
I asked some local experts, they even didn’t know which part of the whole PA system is responsible for that. Either it’s the cables, the amplifier or the speaker which is faulty.
Some say it’s the wireless mics that causes the speaker to do that.
This catastrophe happens once in a while .
Does any one know what causing this, and how to eradicate this problem ???
Please help. I am new at this job.

My gear :

PVi 8b
(150 watts / 4 ohms)

Speaker :
peavy PV 115
(8 ohms)

Wireless microphones :
sennheiser ew 100 G3

Cables :
Prolink. performer 500. Monster cable


is the combination of speaker and amplifier technically correct ??
cuz the amplifier is 150 watts and the speaker is 400 watts.

or is this happening cuz i am connecting only one speaker instead of 2 ???

please help

sincerely
jack
( yes. i am newbie in audio)
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Hi all ;

I am having a severe problem with my PA system.
After I connected all the system components together, the PA system was left on;
A loud continuous noise of distortion started coming out of the single speaker I connected. It was so loud people actually ran away thought it was a noise of thunderstorm.
I asked some local experts, they even didn’t know which part of the whole PA system is responsible for that. Either it’s the cables, the amplifier or the speaker which is faulty.
Some say it’s the wireless mics that causes the speaker to do that.
This catastrophe happens once in a while .
Does any one know what causing this, and how to eradicate this problem ???
Please help. I am new at this job.

My gear :

PVi 8b
(150 watts / 4 ohms)

Speaker :
peavy PV 115
(8 ohms)

Wireless microphones :
sennheiser ew 100 G3

Cables :
Prolink. performer 500. Monster cable


is the combination of speaker and amplifier technically correct ??
cuz the amplifier is 150 watts and the speaker is 400 watts.

or is this happening cuz i am connecting only one speaker instead of 2 ???

please help

sincerely
jack
( yes. i am newbie in audio)

It is probably a bad ground connection in one of your signal cables.
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