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Crown M28

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I have a bi-amped (2 XLS 1500's)stereo setup and are currently using a Rotel RC-850 preamp to a Behringer 1622 mixing board. I have the amps in crossover mode with a set of JBL Cabaret 4691's and a pair of JBL JRX 118S subwoofers, one amp for one 4691 and 118S on each channel. I am hooked to the 1622 at the stereo/USB RCA inputs on the board to the RCA outputs on the Rotel pre-amp.How would I go about hooking this stereo setup to the M28? ( My ignorance knows no bounds!) Help!!!!!Thanks in advance. :huh:

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Just curious, why are you integrating the 28M into this system when you already have a mixing board?

I have two cd players a, a turntable and a receiver hooked up.The only hookup for stereo on this board is two RCA plugs. If you look up the 1622 USB and can tell me another way to incorporate all of these components I would be greatly appreciative! Thanks for your reply.

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Gotcha.

The 28M probably wouldn't be the best option for you. I think you can do this with what you currently have, you just need to buy some cable converters.

Take a look at your mixer here:

http://www.behringer.com/assets/X1622USB_P0A0J_Top_XXL.png

You have four stereo inputs on this mixer labeled:

Line In 5/6

Line In 7/8

Line In 9/10

Line In 11/12

The only issue is each one is a 1/4" in input. You want to get a RCA to unbalanced 1/4" cables to connect from your sources to your amp inputs. Then, press the "Level" to the down (-10) position.

Search the internet for "RCA Male to 1/4" cables". You'll need two per input source (left/right)

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The 1/4" end of the cable will be "TS" (tip/sleeve) type, not "TRS" (tip/ring/sleeve)

Thanks a lot, Tom. I am a newbie so I appreciate your patience with me.I will order these cables, hook em up and let you know the outcome, ASAP!

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