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Use this category for any documentation you have about using specific mixers with the L1™ System.
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== Mixers ==
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=== Model I and Classic  ===
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===== XLR to XLR  =====
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The XLR inputs for Channels 1 and 2 are intended for microphone level inputs. <br>
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*If your source (mixer or CD/DVD player) has XLR outputs, check to see if you have the option to set it to a microphone level output. If so, use that setting.<br>
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*If your source has XLR outputs at line-level (most likely) then you will probably need a [[Pad]] between the source and the [[Model I nl]] (or [[Classic nl]]) Power Stand. <br>
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*You may be able to make things work without the [[Pad]] by turning down the output from the source and turning down the trim at the Power Stand. If it sounds okay then you are probably fine. If you cannot get enough a good sounding signal without an excess of noise then try a [[Pad]].
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===== ¼ inch jack inch to ¼ inch  =====
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If your mixer has ¼ inch jack outputs, these are almost certainly at line-level and should work well with any of the ¼ inch jack inputs (Channels 1, 2, 3, 4) on a {{Model I}} or {{Classic}}.<br>
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=== {{Model II}}  ===
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{{#lst:L1® Model II|Stereo Source to Power Stand Analog Input}}
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You can probably run XLR or ¼ inch jack line level inputs to the T1® Channels 1,2,3. If you have the option to run ¼ inch to ¼ inch, you could use T1® Channels 4/5.
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Revision as of 04:41, 11 December 2008

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Mixers

Model I and Classic

XLR to XLR

The XLR inputs for Channels 1 and 2 are intended for microphone level inputs.

  • If your source (mixer or CD/DVD player) has XLR outputs, check to see if you have the option to set it to a microphone level output. If so, use that setting.
  • If your source has XLR outputs at line-level (most likely) then you will probably need a Pad between the source and the Model I nl (or Classic nl) Power Stand.
  • You may be able to make things work without the Pad by turning down the output from the source and turning down the trim at the Power Stand. If it sounds okay then you are probably fine. If you cannot get enough a good sounding signal without an excess of noise then try a Pad.
¼ inch jack inch to ¼ inch

If your mixer has ¼ inch jack outputs, these are almost certainly at line-level and should work well with any of the ¼ inch jack inputs (Channels 1, 2, 3, 4) on a L1 Model I or L1 Classic.

L1 Model II

A ¼ inch Tip-Ring-Sleeve connector carrying a stereo signal should not be used with the analog input on the Model II.

Even though a ¼ inch Tip-Ring-Sleeve connector can carry a stereo signal this is not how this physical connection is used on the Mixer Power Stand.

The analog input on the Model II is balanced, and will therefore subtract the Left and Right signals on a stereo cable and you will hear an L-R (Left minus Right) signal in the Model II.

You cannot 'get through the gig' this way if you are a DJ or if you need to run prerecorded music or have stereo inputs.

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Using a Mixer

L1 Model II

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If you are using a mixer instead of a T1 ToneMatch Audio Engine use the mixer to create a mono output and send that to the Model II Power Stand Analog input.

  • If there is a stereo/mono switch then use it and send the mono output to the Model II Power Stand Analog input.
  • If there is a Left/mono output then use that and send it to the Model II Power Stand Analog input.
  • If there is no way to create a mono output then pan all your mixer inputs all the way to one side (e.g. Left) and then take the mixer for that side (e.g. Left) output and send it to the Model II Power Stand Analog input.



T1 ToneMatch Audio Engine

You can probably run XLR or ¼ inch jack line level inputs to the T1® Channels 1,2,3. If you have the option to run ¼ inch to ¼ inch, you could use T1® Channels 4/5.



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