chuckpuckett

XLS1500 mono mode

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Good morning! (it is here, at any rate)

I would like to use my XLS1500 so that I take a mono signal from the mixer, obtain outputs on Ch 1 and Ch 2 (not bridged, no hi or lo pass filters). This seems a simple enough configuration, but for the life of me, I can't deduce how to accomplish this from the manual, nor by deduction from cycling thru amp modes on the device itself.

Can someone point me in the right direction?

Thanks!

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The following steps should do the job but since I don't actually own this amp I'll wait for you to confirm.

Follow these steps:

1. Hold the "Mode/Menu" button down for 3 sec until the LCD screen displays "Amp Mode <More>"

2. Press the "Mode/Menu" button to begin configuring the Amp Mode.

3. Press the "Next" button until the LCD screen displays "Input Y".

4. Now press the "Mode/Menu" button to confirm.

5. The LCD screen should now read "Input Y".

Optionally you may use a simple Y cable.

Let me know if it went well.

Avi

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Thanks. Just getting ready to go over to the shed and try your solution.

We play a lot of coffee house gigs, so powered Behringer mains is generally sufficient. Next week, I'm providing sound for an outdoor benefit concert, all acoustic groups. But I need the extra oomph being outside. Will let you know how it goes.

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Just to let you know: that worked perfectly. And I dedicated an Aux Out to the Crown so I could control it's output independently of the Main/Sub channel faders. Everything is cooking, clear and LOUD. And clear. Good device.

Thanks again.

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