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How can I set up my mackie 1402 mixer so I can have (2) monitor mixes

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This unit has 2 AUX sends, both of which can be used as monitor mixes. The top controls on each channel determine the pre-fade level for each mix.

Conenct a cable from the AUX out (either 1 or 2) to an amp. The only restriction is that the level control is a knob rather than a slider.

If you have any other questions, please update this and I'll try to answer for you.

Dan

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Your best bet is to contact Mackie directly for a distributor in the UK.

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