Mixer / Behringer / UB1222FX-Pro
Behringer UBX 1222FX Mixer
Simplest thing that could possibly work.
You can use the XLR Balanced outputs.
XLR Balanced +4
The nominal output of the XLR Balanced Outputs is too high for the XLR inputs on the PS1 Power Stand Channels 1 and 2. If you want to use balanced cables from the Mixer to Channels 1/2 on the L1 Classic or L1 Model I you may need to use a Pad to lower the signal level from the mixer.
You may need to use a 20 dB pad to match the output level from the mixer to the input level on the PS1 Powerstand: Channel 1 or PS1 Powerstand: Channel 2.
Cables you can use
XLR (balanced) to XLR (balanced)
(balanced to balanced) should be fine. This is the same kind of cable you would use to connect a microphone.
XLR Balanced Output to ¼ inch Phone Jack
XLR Female to ¼ Inch Tip-Sleeve
This should work well with any of the ¼ Inch inputs for Power Stand Channels 1, 2, 3, 4. Those inputs are all unbalanced. There is no particular benefit to using this kind of cable as compared to the one below.
XLR (balanced) to ¼ Inch Tip-Ring-Sleeve (balanced)
This should work well with any of the ¼ Inch inputs for Power Stand Channels 1, 2, 3, 4. Those inputs are all unbalanced, so there is no particular advantage to using this balanced cable compared to an unbalanced cable. There is no particular benefit to using this kind of cable as compared to the one above.
If you use the ¼ inch inputs
- The PS1 Power Stand (Classic) / Model I Channels 1 or 2 if you want to use the Presets and the R1 Remote Tone and Level Controls
- The PS1 Power Stand (Classic) / Model I Channels 3 or 4 if you prefer to leave Channels 1 or 2 open for other inputs. You will have to control Tone and relative Level (between the Channels) at your input source, as you do not have this control over Channels 3 and 4 in the PS1 Power Stand (Classic) / Model I or the R1 Remote.