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Asaph Ace

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JBL PRX618S - Single Sub setup "need help!"
« on: November 12, 2012, 09:47:38 pm »

I'm kinda new and i badly need your help in setting up my sub for my church.
Since we dont have a sound man, i volunteered to try help our worship-team setup some good sounds as much as possible. So we just bought this Sub a week ago to enhance our praise and worship experience but the problem is i was having a hard time setting it up. I was trying to figure out how to make it sound. i wanted to do a mono setup since we lack wires(i only had a pair of XLR cables *1 XLR for IN and OUT*).

So heres a quick info of our current gears:

our mixer:

^we're using the older version of this but with same specs.

Our Sub's Inputs and outputs:

^by the way i dont know what that "HPF" & "TRHU" mean

so this is the diagram from Guitar Center's sound dude gave me:

then i tried this:
MIXER'S MAIN OUT #2 (1/4" plug) > ACTIVE PA > from active PA's output to SUB:
it barely sound but i need to turned up the level to 100% 

question is... Do i really need to plug the FOH's out to the sub's Input A & B(plug both XLRs from the FOH to both Inputs) to make it sound or?

i really dont know what to do now...  :( :-[ :'(

can you guys suggest something or give me the right standard setup diagram for this to work?



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« Reply #1 on: November 12, 2012, 10:52:04 pm »

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