Using qu16 as monitor mix desk

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  • #40703
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    nilsemil
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    This is sort of a newbie question. If i come to a regular venue, with a good mixing desk, but no stage monitor mix console,

    how would i set up the qu16 to do the job? would the main desk come first and feed the qu16, or the other way around?

    thankful for a pedagogic answer.

    #40705
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    eotsskleet
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    Hi nilsemil
    With the Qu-16 there’s no possibility to split the signal digital! That means you have to do it the “old way” and use an analog splitter! (Microphones –> splitter –> Split A to the Monitor Mixer –> Split B to the FoH Mixer)
    Cheers eotsskleet

    #40706
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    nilsemil
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    it’s not my biggest need anyways, and i guessed this was the way it worked. what desks does this?

    #40709
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    GLD and iLive can do it digital! I’ve got a GLD-80 and with a DANTE-Card i can split the signal digitally to any other desk that has a DANTE Card! Then normally you run the signal from stage into the Stagebox of the monitor-board (Gain-master) and split the signal from the monitor-mixer to the FoH-mixer

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