Currently Being ModeratedAug 15, 2012 5:31 PM (in response to jackalope123)Re: POD HD400 with direct In-ear.
Here is an idea...
IEM or just a pair of headphones.
2 XLR Y cables (1 female to 2 male)
Put the XLR Y cable in the Left and right output of the Vocalist 3.
plug the XLRs from the XLR-1/8 cable into the left and right outputs (XLR Ys)
the open XLRs on the Ys are for the house feed of the Vocalist 3
plug the 1/8 plug into the CD/MP3 input on the HD400.
Run the HD400 XLR outs to the house.
Plug your IEMs or your headphones into the headphone jack of the HD400...
Currently Being ModeratedAug 15, 2012 9:29 PM (in response to spaceatl)Re: POD HD400 with direct In-ear.
That's pretty good thinking. But have tried sending the Vocal to the Pod and it's a very low signal, if heard at all. I am using real IEMs, e3000 with the body pack. Most of the time I have it set up through a LS9 system but I'm am at a different venue now.
I have run stereo currently. Left goes to main house and right goes into the e3000 and runs mono for IEM. (this is for the HD400)
Do you think this would work for the vocalist 3 as well? But run the e3000 stereo. I think that would mean one ear would hear guitar and one vocal; will this break something?
Currently Being ModeratedAug 16, 2012 5:23 AM (in response to jackalope123)Re: POD HD400 with direct In-ear.
Sounds like it might, but I am not sure that I could cope with that personally. I am not an IEM fan anyway so my opinion my not be the best one for you...
I think the best solution would probably be to carry your own little sub mixer...that way you can set your monitor mix separate from the house feed...You can also feed the house mono or stereo just using direct box(es) which most venues will have anyway...When you compare the cost of the cables and adapters I suggested initially, I think a little mixer would probably serve you better for about the same $.