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Judging from your mixer, I would connect your stage monitors to your SUB outs. Your mixer has 4 of them, allowing you to make 4 separate mixes to 4 monitors.

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Oh my... the EMX512SC does NOT have any "sub busses" there fore there is no way to just hear YOUR vocals where there are other vocal present. The way to connect this is to run YOUR mic into the B205D and then run the line output that is intended to run to other B205D's from the B205D into a channel of the EMX512SC.

Posted on Jun 25, 2011

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