Question about Peavey CROSSOVER, STEREO 2-WAY/MONO 3-WAY, XLR, LOW-CUT FILTER => Model VSXII Car Audio Amplifier
Im in Brunei working in the Palace of His Majesty the Sultan of Brunei.
We bought Peavey Crossover & Compressor limiter. The model is define in my subject.
I just want to get assistance how to connect this unit in a professional way.
Your mixer has auxilaries, but no aux out?!
Sorry i cant imagine that lol.
When you do find your Aux out's, Take a cable from your aux out, to your FX unit input, and your effects unit outs into one of the spair stereo inputs.
I have a crazy idea if you actually wanted to make your channels into aux sought of things.
1) Use the first click method (insert a TRS cable into the insert point, but do not fully insert it. Insert until you hear one click) to insert a jack into the insert (on channel 1 for ease of an example) to provide you with a direct out.
2)Take the other end of the jack and plug it into a line in of one of the spare channels (lets say channel 13 ok?).
3) Take another direct out (same first click thing) from channel 13.
4)Take the other end of no. 13's direct out cable and plug it to the Input of your effects processor.
5) Take the stereo outs of your effects processor and plug them into the other spare stereo track (eg. 15 and 16).
Now get a signal coming through channel one, turn it up, and turn channel 13 up as well. This should result in a signal being sent the effects processor. You can now use channel 13 to control the gain of the signal being sent to the processor with out effecting the recorded signal's gain. Now turn up channels 15 and 16 and turn up the mix on the effects processor to 100%. You should have effects for ONE channel ONLY
Now this isnt perfect because the effect i pre fader (ie. when you change the gain of the fader, it does not change the gain that is sent to your effects processor) but it should work. And also you can only have one signal being sent to the effects processor at one time (argh). But hey, it should work if you wanted to just add an effect to vocals only.
Posted on Feb 14, 2008
While not familiar with this unit I beleive you are right assuming that
you need to be working with a line level signal(post preamp) not a mic
there are several ways to do this
I also do not know your board or how convoluted a layout you are willing
to go through
Most boards that people who use compressors own(for live pa) have post
failing that you can put your mic on channel 1 and send its signal to
the comp via the aux buss(not raising the channel one fader, but instead
send the signal out the aux to the compressor, then take the out of the
compressor into channel two(which you will not send any aux singal
from) and use the channel 2 fader as your mix level
or you could route the mic to a outboard preamp then compressor then
if you hav e subgroups the mic channel could send out a subgroup to the
the only thing you do not want to do(for live pa) is place the comp
after the main mix out
Posted on Feb 13, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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