Hey all. I am trying to sort out how to connect my Helix to with the 2 L2T speakers I have for band rehearsal, running my guitar and vocals through them. I would prefer to keep the helix connected via link as it seems to have a higher output overall connected that way. If I go out via the mono left output on the Helix to the line level input on the back of the L2T it still sounds good, just not the same compared to link. I don't want the Helix connected to channels on the mixer to eliminate extra fiddling etc.
The way I have it now is - Helix to L2T via link, then fed over to the other L2T via link. My singer and bass player plug into the second L2T for vocals, and I route that back to the first L2T via the mix out (all inputs) to the line level. All works great and everything is coming out of both sides of the dual L2T setup...except the vocals on my side. If I plug into the first L2T that I have the guitar into via link, I only get the vocals on one side. I assumed link would also carry over the other mixer inputs to the other speaker, but it just the guitar coming though only?
If I simply connect the L2Ts to each other via link, all inputs on either side works fine and come through both speakers. But as I noted earlier, if the guitar isn't plugged in via link, I find it really loses something and is just not up to par.
Is it a scenario then where i will just have to deal with it and endure the one sided vocals from my speaker to ensure I can use link for my guitar signal from the Helix? I can tell you don't want to run another out from the mix out to the line input on the second speaker if link is already connected to the second....hard on the ears. Hope that makes sense