ME-1 eq

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  • #61589
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    dmarin
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    Hello guys,

    I want to buy some me-1 units to work with my qu16 for my band.
    Is the possibility of eq per channel? Not only master eq.
    This is a MUST feature for me otherwise i will go for competition such as behringer, mymix etc!

    Thank you!

    #61599
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    dcongdon
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    The ME-1 offers so many great features, but unfortunately it does not have individual EQ. As a result, I no longer spec them for smaller venues. Behr*** are a better option for those applications. For larger installs where you can dedicate channels for IEMs, ME-1 works great. Duplicate the channel, EQ to taste, and patch to the ME-1.

    #61600
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    dmarin
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    Thanks dcongdon for your reply!

    Can i connect behringer IEM system directly on my qu16?

    #61603
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    dcongdon
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    Not easily, no. I usually spec the P16 with a GLD system, using the Multi-out ADAT optical card to feed the P16i. For the QU, you’ll have to use AUX outs to feed your P16i.

    Unfortunately, you’ll have a hard time getting the functionality you are looking for on the QU mixer. Best option is using the Aviom a360 on A-Net. Based on their documentation, they should run off the ME-1 jack and have a “Tone” and reverb control for each channel.

    #61608
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    Nicola A&H
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    Just to clarify, we only support Aviom Pro16 devices on the Monitor port of GLD. They wouldn’t work on the Qu dSnake output.

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