Bose T1 master output
Bose product name
BOSE T1 mixer / L1 Compact PA
Detailed description of the issue and steps to reproduce
I've been using my T1 mixer with L1 model 2 and L1 compact for many years and love them.
I've a new gig where they have Bose installed speakers in the dining hall of the hotel. Not a huge room, but it means that if I connect to the system via an RCA red/white connection I can play my sound for full room coverage. While using my compact L1 as front of house speaker and monitor.
My issue is though as my master output from the T1 desk has to be connected to the line in on the L1 compact, I can only use the aux out to connect to the RCA house system. When I do this there is no reverb on my vocals? Think I read this is an issue using aux before. I don't understand why as the aux has settings for post fader. Is there a solution?
If not my second query is. Can I split the signal from the master output using a two 1/4 inch splitter cable. I tried and it seems to add lot of buzz / noise to both the L1 compact and the house system.
As I'm wary of damaging either or both, is that something I should be able to do or not.
Splitting the master signal?
Any other advice or solution would be appreciated. I know when I use my L1 mark two the master output is free for a second audio feed as the main connection is the tone match port which doesn't exist on the L1 compact alas.
Additional gear used (e.g. instruments, mics, FX pedals, etc.)
Shure Super 55 mic
Backing Tracks via iPad
No other instruments
Where did you experience the issue? (e.g. home, bar, performance hall, etc.)