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  • #92191
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    Greetings.

    I am trying to get our GL2400 MTX 1 to come out in stereo. I know it should be simple, but I have been trying for more than 3 hours. Anyone has any idea? I apologize if this is the wrong spot to put this type of question on here. Thanks.

    josé

    #92198
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    Hi José,
    there is no section for analog mixers here in this forum. So no idea where these sort of questions are intended to be posted at 🤷‍♂️

    To help you with your question, there is more information needed, then just a simple “I want to send stereo and it doesn’t work. Have tried for hours”.

    – what kind of input you want to send in stereo?
    – how is that input/inputs plugged to the console?
    – how is that channel/channels routed to outputs?
    – what is connected to outputs?

    #92199
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    Matrix is mono only on the GL2400
    you have to use two

    #92202
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    the Matrixes are mono only

    #92212
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    As Stephen pointed out, the GL2400’s matrixes are mono, and cannot be changed. There are 4 mono matrixes on the GL2400, so you would use 2 of them to get a stereo output, one for the left channel, and another for the right.

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    sorry for the double post I was a bit confused with open tabs
    the second and this could be deleted… if needed

    #92230
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    Ok, thanks everyone. Now I understand. It’s interesting, but the documentation says that by setting the L and R to a certain positions, it can deliver stereo sound. See attached. So, is that wrong?

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    #92235
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    or use two matrix outputs with L fed to one, R to the other to create an independent stereo main output.

    #92236
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    @jic

    to get stereo you have to use two matrices
    rotate one to full L and the other to full R
    if you dont you will get two copies of monos that will end up sounding mono

    #92260
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    Thank you, guys. I did opened a ticket with A&H, and you guys are correct. The documentation seems a bit confusing as it seems that you can do it just with one. Thanks.

    josé

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