GLD input signal split

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  • #23148
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    Silvermake
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    Hi there! I’m new in this forum, and this is my first post. :)

    I’m thinking to purchase A&H GLD mixer, and last friday I had an opportunity to test drive it. I had it just before soundcheck, but no problem, it was easy to configure. I have a little prejudice about mixer channel eq section, because I am used to work with eq’s where you can, for example, move LOW frequency center point to anywhere in an frequency area. Then I found a “input full range” switch! Nice! [8D]

    But, is there any possibility to split input signals to two faders? For examble, if I want to use lead vocals in two faders. One signal on PA and the other one for monitor purposes, both in different channel settings. Is it possible? I don’t figure out how to do it…

    Sorry for my english… ;)

    #30450
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    Yes, it is easy. Select a channel and open the ‘Preamp’ screen. Touch the Source Select ‘Socket’ box and use the screen rotary control to select the socket you want to split. Touch ‘Apply’ to confirm. You can set two channels to be fed from one socket in this way.
    Hope that helps,
    Carey

    #30577
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    Silvermake
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    Thanks Carey. It’s easy, as You say. :)

    But you must select input which are not in use in any socket. Then its work nice.

    — Sorry for my english… ;)

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