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== Mixers / Mixing Desks ==
 
== Mixers / Mixing Desks ==
 
* [[Mixers]] We have detailed connection notes for several mixers.
 
* [[Mixers]] We have detailed connection notes for several mixers.
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== R1 Remote ==
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For this kind of application the R1 Remote is recommended especially if you want overall control of volume and tone in one handy place. If your device does this well you may not need the R1 Remote.
  
  
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== Stereo Output from Device to Mono L1™===
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== Stereo Output from Device to Mono L1™==
 
You can use a single B1 or two B1s depending on how much low end support you need for your application. In this example we are showing two B1s. This is more common for modern backing tracks with plenty of bass, and for most venues.  
 
You can use a single B1 or two B1s depending on how much low end support you need for your application. In this example we are showing two B1s. This is more common for modern backing tracks with plenty of bass, and for most venues.  
  
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Use the same settings for both L1™s
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* Input Trim
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* Preset
  
  

Revision as of 14:47, 30 December 2007

Classic This information is applicable to the L1® Classic
L1 Model I This information is applicable to the L1 Model I

Here are several ways to connect your L1 Classic or L1 Model I to

  • DJ console or mixer or mixing desk
  • VJ console or mixer or mixing desk
  • Computer or mixer or mixing desk

For the following discussion we will call your console or computer your "Device".

Presets

For prerecorded music playback try these Presets

Mixers / Mixing Desks

  • Mixers We have detailed connection notes for several mixers.

R1 Remote

For this kind of application the R1 Remote is recommended especially if you want overall control of volume and tone in one handy place. If your device does this well you may not need the R1 Remote.


Mono Output from Device to Mono L1™

You can use a single B1 or two B1s depending on how much low end support you need for your application.

Console01a.jpg

Stereo Output from Device to Mono L1™

You can use a single B1 or two B1s depending on how much low end support you need for your application. In this example we are showing two B1s. This is more common for modern backing tracks with plenty of bass, and for most venues.

Console01b.jpg

Stereo Output to Stereo L1&trades;

Two L1™s will provide an excellent stereo image over a very wide "sweet spot".

Console01d.jpg

Use the same settings for both L1™s

  • Input Trim
  • Preset