Question about Equalizers & Crossovers
You can use either (2) XLR mic cables or (2) balanced 1/4" cables running from the Master Out of the djm 500 to the dbx 215. Then you connect your amp to the outputs of the dbx 215.
Posted on Oct 27, 2009
Wild guess - I had something just like your problem (including consumer dbx components) and it was ONLY with the track lighting turned ON. Replacing the lighting control DID NOT help but the problem up and went away by itself.
Sometimes hum can be defeated by rotating the orientation of a single power plug.
Just wondering: WHY do you feel the need to EQ the sub beyond its own controls? Though I don't have not pro-gear, I'd use a dbx-120 instead and save the EQ for something more in tune (pardon the pun) with its capabilities.
Posted on May 21, 2010
It's all in there.
Here is a little extra guidance.
if you are getting your left and right channels out through RCA you will need a RCA to 1/4 in adapter Radio Shack carries them relatively cheap. If it's already 1/4 or XLR skip this
Left goes into Left in, Right goes into Right in.
Then work backwards
Right comes out of Right out, Left comes out of Left out.
channel 1(left in) and Channel 2(right in) of your powered mixer.
you should be set.
Good Luck, Cody J.
Posted on Dec 17, 2010
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