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Dave Garoutte

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Re: My new Danley System
« Reply #20 on: November 12, 2019, 12:10:18 pm »

I think I'm a little confused. I've got to get the mono summed feeds to the subs from somewhere so I need to use aux or alt outs - no? Also L& R feeds to BOTH amps? yes ... I am confused - my brain hurts now.

I made the assumption (no research) that you could sum the L&R in the input routing of the amp.  It takes about two seconds in the DNA amps.
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« Reply #21 on: November 12, 2019, 01:10:47 pm »

Debbie,

In Armonia, or through the amp's front panel interface, you would go to the "Matrix" function in the Config menu. Select the amp channel that you want to sum inputs for, then turn both analog 1 and analog 2 inputs up for that channel. The channel that is NOT using summed inputs would have only analog 1 (left) or analog 2 (right) turned up for stereo input.
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Re: My new Danley System
« Reply #22 on: November 12, 2019, 01:55:52 pm »

I made the assumption (no research) that you could sum the L&R in the input routing of the amp.  It takes about two seconds in the DNA amps.

You can.
Config > Input > Ch. Settings > [Make analog first]
Config > Matrix > Ch. 2 (sub) > [analog 2 level up]

... Mike beat me to it.

This is the easiest thing to do IMO.

Stage Right (house left)
mixer_L-out > T602(Left)_Ch1 > Main L

Stage Left (house right)
mixer_R-out > T602(Right)_Ch1 > Main R
mixer_L-out > T602(Right)_Ch2 > Sub (summed R & L)

Same deal for sub on house left.
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« Reply #23 on: November 12, 2019, 04:02:49 pm »

You can.
Config > Input > Ch. Settings > [Make analog first]
Config > Matrix > Ch. 2 (sub) > [analog 2 level up]

... Mike beat me to it.

This is the easiest thing to do IMO.

Stage Right (house left)
mixer_L-out > T602(Left)_Ch1 > Main L

Stage Left (house right)
mixer_R-out > T602(Right)_Ch1 > Main R
mixer_L-out > T602(Right)_Ch2 > Sub (summed R & L)

Same deal for sub on house left.

Guys, it needs to be summed in the mixer, she has 1 amp per side and wants to run aux fed.
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« Reply #24 on: November 12, 2019, 05:28:55 pm »

That's why I asked you if that board has a matrix.  The matrix would do the summing then you route the matrix to your output.

My metrices are only stereo.
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« Reply #25 on: November 12, 2019, 05:34:33 pm »

My metrices are only stereo.

So what are the options of summing two channels in the QU?

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« Reply #26 on: November 12, 2019, 05:44:23 pm »

So what are the options of summing two channels in the QU?

The 2 ways I indicated in reply #7. Uisng either a mono aux or summing left and right to ALT out.
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« Reply #27 on: November 12, 2019, 05:45:01 pm »

I thought she wanted aux fed only if it were essential, which it's not.
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Re: My new Danley System
« Reply #28 on: November 12, 2019, 05:50:33 pm »

Guys, it needs to be summed in the mixer, she has 1 amp per side and wants to run aux fed.

One two channel amp per side which has an input routing matrix in the dsp.
Seems easiest to me to do this at the amp (with less chance of the sum level at the mixer getting inadvertently bumped up or down).unless you really want aux fed.
Could make another amp preset for aux fed if you want to try that option.
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« Reply #29 on: November 12, 2019, 06:12:29 pm »

Maybe I haven't explained things well - I don't know but this is what I'm going to do unless anyone has a better idea KEEPING a two channel amp each side of the stage powering both a top and a sub each.

I will assign mono summing to both ALT out on the mixer and an output in my D Snake. Then, when I run one sub at a show, on that side I can connect 1 for mono sub and the other for L or R top and connect only one to the top on the side with no sub.
I can then use the same set up when I run 2 subs by using both the ALT out on the mixer and the L+R output in the D snake and then run 2 XLR's per side.

My other option is still aux sub but I'll see how this works for me to start.

My only question at this point is about the channel gain settings on the amps as I mentioned before.
Right now using  left to one amp and right to the other means I have the channel input side set to feed both output channels from channel 1 by having channel 1 gain up full and channel 2 gain off.
Now I need to set the channel input gains so input 1 feeds output 1 and 2 feeds 2.
Do I just turn up channel 2 input like channel 1?
This might sound stupid but I'm just making sure....

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