QU16

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  • #84934
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    dewking
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    Can anyone tell me how to create a mono feed for the main Left right outputs, I have done this with the QU32 using the AR2412 but not sure how to do it with the QU16 without a digital snake head

    #84938
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    Unless there is some hidden feature to do it then I think you will need something like this:
    https://dbbaudio.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/screenhunter_03-aug-27-19-35-1200×386.gif
    which is not that hard to build.

    or you could get the Radial mix 2-1 device:
    https://www.radialeng.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/mix21-manual-web.pdf
    I suspect other people sell similar ones too.

    Do not use a reverse Y connector to try to directly join the outputs.

    If all you want is mono out then just hard pan, all original external inputs, to L and use the L output.
    Or do them all with R; your choice which side to get the mono from.

    #84941
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    If you want only mono output, don’t pan any of your channels and just use either the R or L output.

    If you run in stereo and need a separate mono output, two solutions have been offered above.

    When you create a new post, it is a good idea for your title to reflect the specific topic of your question or comment.

    #84954
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    Use Alt out set at L&R instead of LR – you can use either outputs or both and they will be mono. No panning necessary.

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