Currently Being ModeratedDec 8, 2012 7:05 AM (in response to towerofbabel76)Re: Recently purchased HD 300
If you are wanting to run only a single XLR out of your HD300, you can force the HD300 to sum mono by putting a dummy plug in the Left 1/4 output.
The other way you could do it would be to use a direct box and take the left 1/4 output...
Personally, if the house is stereo I prefer two channels just for the tonal control for each side of the PA...
Currently Being ModeratedDec 8, 2012 10:38 AM (in response to spaceatl)Re: Recently purchased HD 300
Spaceatl, thank you for your reply.
The House is a mono system.
No Direct box unless I get my own.
So yes, I have a number of options.
1st would be run a single XLR to house while using the dummy 1/4inch in the left unbalanced mono out put. But does it mater if the XLR is in the right or left port? From the online manual- if I'm in dual mode, On the HD300 it's diferent for the 400- I should send the XLR through the right. I know at this point the XLR is going to be mono. But if I just run direct in studio mode and I run a single XLR out of the left or right, am I only getting half the signal from the HD300?
The HD manual talks about running in dual while sending 1/4 into an amp and the xlr to house. I could also run 1/4 instrument cable to my onstage monitor but I'm already getting a signal from the HD through the monitor from the House via the XLR. That might be redundant. I just want to make sure I'm getting the full signal from the HD 300. I would run in stereo if I could.
I'm using the HD as an Amp so I don't have to lug around 65 pounds of Twin Reverb.
Thank you for your reply I really apreciate it. You mentioned a work around in another thread so I thought you might have more specific insight.
I'll try it out tomorrow and let you know how it goes.