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Getting feedback on pd150

I have a pd150 plus i have placed the speakers in front of my system and still getting feedback. so i purchased a floor monitor in order to be able to hear what my small church croud is hearing. now i do not know how to hook them up . there is an in and out on the monitors but how do they hook to the pd150. i have the cables. what do i need now,i did not know it would be necessary to have monitors, now that i have them i would like to be able to use them. please help thank you

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It seems to me that if the monitor speakers have both in and out jacks, they intend to pass the power through to the speakers for the audience. Connect from the amp to the monitors and from the monitors to your regular speakers.

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