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On a stereo channel you also have no way to control the width – so if you want maximum flexibility then just get used to using 2 mono channels as described above or at least have mono subgroup/s on standby. The only thing I use stereo channels for are digital sources such as SPDIF (Music playback or FX returns)and even then only if I know what the source material is! I dont trust stereo backing tracks in a stereo channel that I haven’t been able to check in advance. They can often have hard panned instruments plus channel distortion,frequency or level discrepencies that an ilive stereo channel can’t deal with easily.


Richard Howey
Audio Dynamite Ltd