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Solo Artist L3t can provide portable amplification for singer-songwriters, complete with EQ, reverb and modulation for each channel. Connect your acoustic guitar to the side panel Channel 1, which features Acoustic Modeling. Connect your microphone to the side panel Channel 2. Connect a portable media player, CD player, or DJ mixer to the rear panel Aux L/R inputs for backing accompaniment or intermission music. Small Club Duet L6 LINK provides an easy way for two artists - each with an L3t- to blend their signals together without the need for an external mixer. Connect the guitars to each speaker’s Channel 1, which features Acoustic Modeling. Connect the microphones to Channel 2. When two L3t speakers are connected together as an L6 LINK loop, (L6 LINK In of each speaker connected to the L6 LINK Out of the other), this stereo system can take advantage of both side mixer panels combined. All of the left and mono signals from both speakers’ inputs will play from the speaker labeled ‘L’, and all of the right and mono signals will play from the speaker labeled ‘r’. In this configuration example, two guitars and two microphones, and even two MP3 players could be used simultaneously. Small PA with Subs When using a traditional mixer with one or more L3s subs and non-Line 6 full-range speakers, connect to the subs’ inputs first. Connect the same channel’s output from each sub to the rear panel line input of each full-range speaker. Small PA with Subs When using a traditional mixer with one or more L3t/L3m towers and one or more L3s subs connected via L6 LINK, connect both the Main Left and Main Right outputs of the mixer to one L3s’s Left and Right inputs. Connect the L3s’s L6 LINK Out/Thru to an L3t or L3m you wish to designate as left. Continue daisy-chaining speakers via L6 LINK. L3 subs and towers will automatically configure themselves as left, right, or mono (left + right), according to the table available at the link below: In the illustration above, the first sub and first tower are designated left. As there are only two subs and two towers, the other L3t/L3m and L3s are automatically designated right. The floor monitor is connected via traditional means from the mixer’s monitor output. Large PA with Subs When using a traditional mixer with one or more L3t/L3m towers and one or more L3s subs connected via L6 LINK, connect both the Main Left and Main Right outputs of the mixer to one L3s’s Left and Right inputs. Continue daisy-chaining speakers via L6 LINK. Any L3 subs and towers will automatically configure themselves as left, right, or mono (left + right), according to the table available at the link below: In the illustration above, the three floor monitors exist on a separate L6 LINK network, and as they’re turned on their sides, will automatically sum the left and right channels of any signals received (‘b’ for both). StageScape M20d - Small PA Connect the L6 LINK out from a StageScape M20d mixer to the rear panel L6 LINK In on any speaker in the network. Any L3t/L3m towers and L3s subs on an L6 LINK network are numbered independently. In the illustration above, the two L3s subs (labeled SUB 1 and 2) will, by default, play left and right, respectively. The two upright L3t/L3m towers (numbered 1 and 3) will, by default, play left and right, respectively. L3t/L3m number 2, because it’s laid on its side, will automatically play discrete monitor feed A. Any speaker on the network can have its channel assignment changed from the M20d’s touch screen interface. StageScape M20d - Large PA In the illustration above, four L3s subs (labeled SUB 1-4) and seven L3t/L3m speakers (independently numbered 1-7) are daisy-chained from an M20d mixer. The subs and upright towers automatically configure themselves to be a powerful stereo mains system. L3t/L3m speakers on their side (numbers 3, 4, and 5) automatically configure themselves as stage monitors, and play monitor feed A, B, and C respectively. You can also reassign any speaker from the M20d touchscreen.