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Jim Bob McGraw

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Yorkville M810 & Subwoofer
« on: January 15, 2016, 10:15:07 am »

Hey Guys,

New to the board! Looking for answers!

We have a Yorkville M810 mixer and a Yorkville 10" Subwoofer. What we have found was the sound was not only coming out of the sub, but also the mains. Which we dont want.

Now the kick mic we had going into the 6 channel then out from the Pre-eq out. How do I stop this from coming out of the mains? See pic.

Much thanks!

Quick edit: We had turned off the mics (3 of them) Just to see if the vocal mics were picking them up. This was not the case.
« Last Edit: January 15, 2016, 10:18:28 am by Analog2112 »
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Re: Yorkville M810 & Subwoofer
« Reply #1 on: January 15, 2016, 11:34:07 am »

Hey Guys,

New to the board! Looking for answers!

We have a Yorkville M810 mixer and a Yorkville 10" Subwoofer. What we have found was the sound was not only coming out of the sub, but also the mains. Which we dont want.

Now the kick mic we had going into the 6 channel then out from the Pre-eq out. How do I stop this from coming out of the mains? See pic.

Much thanks!

Quick edit: We had turned off the mics (3 of them) Just to see if the vocal mics were picking them up. This was not the case.

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Re: Yorkville M810 & Subwoofer
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