Question about Peavey XR 1220 Powered Mixer Mixer Powered
Hi. The mixer puts out a full range mix, the solution is in your speaker setup.
Many subs have a built in crossover that splits the signal for the tops. Check your sub specs or manual. If your subs have this, run your output signal to them first and then link them to the tops from the special daisychain socket.
If they don't have one, you can install a passive crossover to your subs or buy an external crossover unit.
The last (and not very good) option is to fake a crossover with the desk's stereo EQ. Connect the subs to the left or right channel and the tops to the other and use the EQ to remove the bass from the tops and vice versa, pan everything dead center. Obviously this sacrifices your stereo sound and isn't brilliant.
Posted on Jun 29, 2011
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