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Sep 28, 2018

Pro 32 as a mixer

I am needing to know if I can use my Pro 32 power base as a stand alone mixer for extra mic inputs using the line out to my S1 Pro.I have a gig that requires minimum setup space.

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Dylan_R
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Re: Pro 32 as a mixer

Author Accepted Answer selected by jdpuentejr@aol.com

Hi jdpuentejr!

You could use an L1 Pro32 to sub-mix channels before going into an S1 Pro, or vice versa.

Bear in mind, though, that the line outputs on both speakers do not have an on-board variable gain, so overall volume level of the sub mix would be set on the destination speaker. 

Hope this helps!

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Dylan_R
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Re: Pro 32 as a mixer

Author Accepted Answer selected by jdpuentejr@aol.com

Hi jdpuentejr!

You could use an L1 Pro32 to sub-mix channels before going into an S1 Pro, or vice versa.

Bear in mind, though, that the line outputs on both speakers do not have an on-board variable gain, so overall volume level of the sub mix would be set on the destination speaker. 

Hope this helps!

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