Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Depending upon the compressor and mixer, there are a couple of options. The compressor should be between the output of the mixer and the input of the power amps. To accomplish this, you can use either an insert cable or 2 audio cables. Some mixers have an insert point for each output. These are usually marked as inserts adn use TRS cables (Tip/Ring/Sleeve). These cables are essentially the same as stereo 1/4" cables. If the compressor can take that, than all you need is a single insert cable. This insert cable will insert the compressor directly so that you still connect the mixer output to the amp as you woud without the compressor. If not, then you will need two 1/4" standard audio cables to connect the mixer output L/R to the amp input L/R.
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Posted on Feb 04, 2010
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