CQ18T can someone explain mono to stereo for AUX mixed

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    Just purchased the CQ18T. I’d like to create a stereo mix for the singer’s IEM.

    I keep reading about using two of the AUX sends (that are mono) to create a “FAUX Stereo mix” but it doesn’t make much sense to me

    If I use a splitter for example that plugs into aux1 and aux2 and has a stereo female how does that gives me instruments in stereo?

    Isn’t that just a mono signal in each ear?

    Can someone help me understand how this allows me to pan instruments in the IEM?

    If my question doesn’t make sense it’s because I’m confused 😕

    Thanks for any help u can offer

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    Go to config, outputs
    Link two of the outputs as stereo (i.e. out1, out2)
    Go to fader, send to; the new linked outputs show as a combined one
    adjust your fader levels and pans to the combined output

    Now, you need to get it into their headphones. Lots of possible ways to do this. Here’s one:

    Use a IEM headphone amp such as the Behringer P1. Run one cable to one input (L) and another cable to the other input (R).
    You’ll need two 1/4 TRS to XLR cables to send balanced audio from the CQ to the personal mixer.

    https://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/PowerPlay1–behringer-powerplay-p1-personal-in-ear-monitor-amplifier

    Done 🙂

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