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  1. The DI on the Spider IV is really a STEREO headphone out.. We were running it direct into the mixer for gigs (1/4") and it sounded pretty good but something just wasn't right.... Unless your taking the signal out of the DI with a TRS "Y" splitter and running 2 separate signals to either 2 separate channels (or a stereo input) on the mixer, you're only getting half of the sound (it is stereo)... It's VERY, VERY BAD to combine a stereo signal into 1 with a "Y" cable http://www.rane.com/note109.html (good read) so we tried one of these: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/160658-REG/Hosa_Technology_TRS_202_Stereo_1_4_Male_to.html Into one of these: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/bnh/controller/home?O=&sku=333335&Q=&is=REG&A=details and out to the mixer/snake via XLR.... WHAM!!! The sound was there,, all of it... Full, big and cutting. Try it,,, You'll like it!!! PS... I sprung for one of these to add versatility (can run IPod to PA and have a COMBINED mono signal.. http://www.rolls.com/product.php?pid=DB14
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    Spider IV

    If the Spider IV 75 is a "mono" amp and has a single amplifier, is the Spider IV 150 a "stereo" amp with 2 amplifiers (one for each channel)? So basically, the Spider IV 75 and 150 are the same preamp/processor with the difference being that the 150 has an extra amp and speaker?
  3. Milkbone

    Spider IV

    Is the Spider IV essentiallly the same as the 150 minus the extra amp and speakers?
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