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I don't know how to set the presets or actually any of the settings on me 684xlr peavey sound mixer. I know they can vary, But I need to know where to start....Thank You

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  • kjbeasley Mar 07, 2008

    I am talking about time/size , color time,
    and reverb presets. where do I set them to start.

  • kjbeasley Mar 07, 2008

    I need to know where to start with the presets dial, the time/size, color, and reverbs.

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Start here from the manual
http://www.peavey.com/media/pdf/manuals/xr684_684plus.pdf

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Always best to start at the middle. You want to use music through it that you know and perhaps have heard recently at a concert. Center all the sliders and adjust them independently to create a natural sound starting with the mid range then the highs, then the lows.

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