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    Hi i use my edrums live and have foh engineer i want to use the 6 trs outputs 1 kick 2 snare 3and4 toms stereo 5cymbals 6 hats i know to use balance leads etc but do i set all single instrument auxs out to mono or stereo panned centre? and can i do all of this? currently using 2box drummit 3 and only got 4 outs so limited, i don't like the look of the db25 to much weight in cable for small port i think maybe, im wrong but the snake looks heavy any thoughts

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    I wouldn't worry about the db25 cable being too heavy. I wouldn't move the module around with the db25 connected, but other than that you'll be fine. If you're concerned about it, just use a clip or velcro tie to help take the weight off. You need a DB25 to do what you're trying to do. 1 and 2 are dedicated Master Outs and can't be changed.


    Noble & Cooley acoustics. Paiste cymbals.
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    • #3
      cheers for that i did not know that 1 and 2 dedicated cheers

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      • #4
        You need to use direct box to prevent phantom power if enabled from powered console, that can make sound mimic weak and damage hardware, it send 48 volt to hardware.

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        • #5
          Chris K thanks for that i did not think about that

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          • #6
            Originally posted by dwexotic View Post
            Chris K thanks for that i did not think about that
            Using db25 to xlr for live recommended to use these https://www.sweetwater.com/store/det...ent-direct-box

            Db25 to jack 1\4 no issue.
            Last edited by Chris K; 06-30-19, 02:49 PM.

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            • #7
              DB 25 is fine and durable. They were used in pro studios for decades.

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              • #8
                chris k already got 8 ch di same one to im in new zealand so i have to import most stuff as it aint here yet cheers

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