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    SergioZ
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    Hi, I’m so new at this stuff, I’m learning as fasts as I can, but there’s something that I think its very simple but I haven’t manage to find how to do it.

    So I have a QU-16 mixer and an AB168 DS, I plug the DS through a CAT5 to put it near the stage to connect a monitor, my questions is how can I control volume and mix the output of that I have connected through the DS?
    right now the monitor volume its controlled by the LR main slider.

    Hope you understood me, I’m still working on my English as well :), greetings friends, thank you

    #114313
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    Giga
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    Have a look here: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=allen+heath+qu+tutorial Most likely you’ll find something usefull…

    Good luck !

    Giga

    #114317
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    Mike C
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    The 8 outputs on the 168 can be assigned to any mix outputs from the QU16, it sounds like you just plugged into outputs that are assigned to the main L R output.

    Go the IO set up menu, D Snake output and there you can check the output patch assignments and make changes if needed.

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    Thanks to clarify my Question, the question should have been in the begining, how can I assigned the outputs of the 168 to the mix outputs of the QU16?

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    Brian
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    Sounds like you need to spend some time reviewing the QU Reference Guide….. https://www.allen-heath.com/media/Qu-Mixer-Reference-Guide-AP9372_10.pdf

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