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L1 speaker louder than the other

Hey.... when I daisy chain my 2 L1 speakers and pan right and left on my mixer, one L1 is louder than the other even their volumes are both at 12 o' clock. What am I doing wrong? Thanks.

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Re: L1 speaker louder than the other

Hi, Vintage Vibes.

Looking back at your previous posts, it looks like you have two L1 Compacts. Is that what we're talking about here?

Vintage Vibes posted:

Hey.... when I daisy chain my 2 L1 speakers and pan right and left on my mixer, one L1 is louder than the other even their volumes are both at 12 o' clock. What am I doing wrong? Thanks.

By daisy chain do you mean you are connecting

  • Mixer to the first L1 Compact
  • First L1 Compact Line Out to Second L1 Compact



If that's what you are doing, yes - the second L1 Compact will be louder than the first.

You are not doing anything wrong.

Turn down the volume on the second L1 Compact to suit your needs.

Here are some notes about setting up an L1 Compact Daisy Chain.

ST

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Re: L1 speaker louder than the other

Yendor,

Please see this new discussion for your question.

Mixer to L1 Compact: RCA or 1/4 inch (6.3 mm) connection?

Thank you,

Bose Pro Community Admin

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Re: L1 speaker louder than the other

Figured out the problem. My cord was not tight. 

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Re: L1 speaker louder than the other

Hi, Vintage Vibes.

Vintage Vibes posted:

Figured out the problem. My cord was not tight. 

Thanks for coming back to tell us you got things working.

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