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    Hello Mike C, it is like you said, way too complicated. It is a pitty I arrived here only short ago, they could have saved themselves a lot of money by keeping it simpler.
    Today I have found a working solution. The main mix is still used (L/R) but in the digisnake settings I set outputs 7 and 8 to main L/R. Now they can connect their own speakers to these outputs to play the main mix.
    The main output from the qu-16 is still used and connected to the resident speakers and the broadcasting device. By muting the resident speakers now the sound from the QU16 is heard through the temporary speakers and still being broadcasted.
    It is not the solution I was looking for, but it works well enough.
    Thanks for spending time on my question!
    Eddy.

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    Hello MarkPAman, thanks for this one. I tried it and it works fine. Only thing is this would mean that the users have to change the connections (move it from main out to alt out). We are looking for a solution where this is not necessary. So it is a working solution, but we will have to search some more.

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    Hello Giga, thanks for your compassion!! This is a xilica: https://xilica.com/solaro/.

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    Hello Giga, thanks for responding! You are totally right and if I would have installed the entire setup myself I would have done it like that. But the PA system is installed by a third party and I am not allowed to change it.

    In this setup the QU-16 is used for the band only. The main output from the qu-16 is connected to a xilica fr1 and through the xilica the signal from the QU-16 is routed to the (amplifiers for the) resident speakers as well as the broadcasting device. The xilica has no more inputs free and connecting the qu-16 directly to the broadcasting device is not an option.

    Other sound sources (PC-audio, beltpack/headset, wireless mic, fixed mic for speech and two mics that record the room reverb, organ and background sounds) are directly connected to the xilica inputs and the settings for those sources are set by the engineers that installed the system and now fixed. From the xilica the total of all these sources are distributed to the speakers, an induction loop for hearing devices and the broadcasting device.

    The only solution I can think of, given this particular situation, is routing the output from mix 5/6 to the L/R so it goes to the xilica and from there to broadcasting. The question is how to do that in the QU-16?

    With kind regards,
    Eddy.

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