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James A. Griffin

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Re: Noob question
« Reply #10 on: August 22, 2013, 10:08:16 pm »

Got presonus 1602, 2x prx615 and 1x 618xlf

If I run only one cable from mixer to sub, from sub to one 615, and leave second 615 full range, am I loosing/gaining  anything sound/power wise :-P

Excuse my noobines :-D

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Try it, it might very well be just fine.   And some rooms / set ups might sound better than others.   If it feels weird to you, one option might be to run both 615's from the main outs of your mixer and run the sub from an Aux.   When space allows, put the sub in the middle with the mains in the same plane.

If you want to get really creative with that approach, you could use the GEQ on the Mains & Aux sends to make a defacto crossover.
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Akki Serd

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Re: Noob question
« Reply #11 on: August 23, 2013, 01:15:42 am »

Try try, I know, can't wait to try all idea's/suggestions :-P

Sub from Auxyis great idea too! .:-!

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