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I'm running a tape player into one of the mic channels, then out the tape out; problem is any stereo presence is lost. Is it possible to run a 1/8" to RCA in the RCA in, route that to the level meter/main faders, then out the RCAs, giving me an adjustable stereo signal? I have no problems on the mic channels but when I try the cd/tape in i cannot seem to get it to the cd/tape out in any way.

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Each mic channel is MONO. You could use a 1/8 stereo splitter cable into two mic channels and then PAN them opposite to retain the stereo.

You can also use a splitter cable into the 1/4 inch stereo inputs on the mixer. The 1/8 inch plug must be a stereo plug that then splits to two RCA plugs or two 1/4 inch plugs.

Note that the manual specifies that the Tape/CD out is merely paralleled off the mains out. This means that your main fader controls the level to the CD/TAPE output... which may mean your main output has to be too loud to get adequate output from the CD/TAPE outs to be effective. This would require balancing the levels into your external amp better.

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