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For notes about working with mixers see: [[Mixer]]
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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. <br>
 
*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>
 
*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>
 
*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  =====
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Use this category for any documentation you have about using specific mixers with the {{L1}} System.  
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>
 
  
=== {{Model II}}  ===
 
{{#lst:L1® Model II|Stereo Source to Power Stand Analog Input}}
 
 
=== {{T1}}  ===
 
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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For notes about working with mixers see: Mixer


Use this category for any documentation you have about using specific mixers with the L1 System.


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