That's possible, I can't remember if the meter is post eq or not; I'll check the owners manual on my laptop in the morning. I do know that it's post insert so you can clip the preamp if an inserted comp is taking a lot out. That said I've never had an issue with the preamp clipping on mine as long as I set the level averaging at 0dB.Sent from my DROIDX using Tapatalk 4
Here's a screenshot from the manual about the meter; in short it's after everything except the fader.
I would interpret that as meaning the meter picks up the highest voltage present at the points listed. Not the sum of the points present pre-fader, but the level at EACH of those points, i.e. the -10 LED will light if a signal of that level is present at the preamp, or post-insert return, or post EQ. It might be possible to determine from the block diagram, and a phone call to the manufacturer should clear up any ambiguity.
I've never heard of a mixer picking multiple points for metering purposes. That seems a bit insane, honestly. The block diagram of the mixer clearly shows that the meter is just prior to the mute switch on the channel. The level and pan controls are the only adjustments after the meter on the channel.http://jac.michaeldrolet.net/mackie/onyx1640i/onyx_1640i_block.pdf
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