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  • #107337
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    Sven
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    I use my QU-32 mainly in my studio for recording. Now I want to add a second pair of monitors to my setup. Does anyone have a good strategy for doing that? I want to easily switch back and forth between the two monitor pairs. Amy ideas anyone?

    #107342
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    Victor Kennedy
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    I use a QU-16 for the same purpose, and have a HOSA SLW-333 AUDIO SWITCHER, which is fed from the QU Main Outputs. It has a Stereo In and 3 Stereo Outs, so you can have 3 Monitor sets and switch between them. I have a purpose built long long cable which feeds a set of monitors in a different room. It’s a good setup. Hope this helps you.

    #107344
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    I was hoping that I could use the QU-32 itself for this, but I suppose I have to resign to buying more gear… Always fun but don’t tell my wife. Thanks anyway!

    #107345
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    @sven.
    I use the 2 matrix outs and then mute which ever ones I dont want.
    I assign a soft

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    #112716
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    @nzdave Hi, can you set that matrix output also to MONO (for one mono reference monitor)?
    thanks!

    #112721
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    Giga
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    3 Possibilities I guess: alt-out, AES out, (stereo) mix out ?

    Good luck !

    Giga

    #112742
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    NZdave
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    @xiim There’s no provision for mono [monitors] into any monitors.
    There is no Tab or switch anywhere from memory.
    You could get a summing adaptor for a seperate single monitor.
    Hope this helps

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