QU-SB Mono Out question

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  • #61212
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    pgrillone
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    I haven’t gigged with the QU-SB as of yet, being the tourist OFF season, So what a good time to learn a new mixer. I use a BOSE L1M2 as my PA system. So now that Ive got my mixer tuned in just how I like it, I wanted to ask if there is a way to send a MONO OUT signal to the BOSE?

    I know I can Pan everything to L or R, but prefer not to do it that way, if I do it that way my QU-DRIVE recordings are also effected. I noticed the MONO OUT XLR on the back of the mixer which I assume are MIX outs.

    So to simplify my request, I want a complete EQ, FX, and all channels to route through one connection.

    Thanks in Advance for any help you can I’ve me.

    #61213
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    Dick Rees
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    On your I/O routing tab, configure your Alt Out bus as L+R. Connect via either L or R Alt Out jack using a TRS>XLRm cable.

    #61214
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    Thank you, I will give that a try when I get home today, it’s kinda great having a place where people can share experience.
    Thanks Again!! Your solution makes total sense 🙂

    #61215
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    sorry, another stupid question, Im looking at the image of the back of the QU-SB, its doesnt have an ALT OUT like on the QU-PAC

    #61216
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    pgrillone
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    sorry, I just figured it out, you gave me the answer, I just didnt read it correctly

    #61217
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    Dick Rees
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    Sorry, I was thinking of Qu-16. L+R on the SB is only available via the dSnake out. For now just look for L+R output routing options.

    Alternatively, use a mono Mix set to post-fader.

    #61219
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    pgrillone
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    right, setting the mono to POST would include all the EQ and FX

    #61225
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    Dick Rees
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    Setting the channels to -post just means that the Mix mix will follow the L/R mains bus. You still need to return the fx to the Mix as well as the L/R. The post-fader option simply means that your mono Mix mix will follow level changes on the mains bus. Any routing such as fx needs to be addressed per bus.

    #61226
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    Whewwww.. when i get this setup, I’m gonna save the scene everyplace! 🙂

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