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1. People in my house are messing with my cables. Or I am loosing my mind. 2. Watched some Youtube videos and have confused myself and made the diagram linked below. 3. Main objective is keep things very simple, keep the signal chain sequence and experiment using this with bass also. Personal OneDrive public link. (Tried to insert image from URL but it did not work) https://1drv.ms/i/s!AocTppDNAtInuR4SVpDIE-zVN_kO?e=F8Izkk Thank you for your time
Wanted to share pictures of my Helix Rack because I havenâ€™t seen or been able to find pictures of people sharing theirâ€™s. SKB Roto Rack 6 space deep rack Shelf Shelf Shure ULXP wireless Helix Helix Helix On the back I have a patchbay with D Series connectors. I got the rack piece from Full Discount/FDW Corp. I wish I would have gotten a 2 space rack piece with the d series connectors vertical instead, but itâ€™s alright. Iâ€™m also hoping to wire up a PowerCon port as well, but havenâ€™t ordered one yet. Currently I have the Control, open, Left XLR, Right XLR, Left 1/4, Right 1/4, open, strap, Mic in, Aux in. I did all the soldering and such myself using scraps of wire and ends from deinstalled sound systems. The shelf on the top is a deep rack shelf that I got from work. We pulled it out of a rack that we were putting in a church. I put it in from the back as the back of the shelf (now the front) is slotted and then I had something to strap my control down to without cutting the shelf. The opposite piece of Velcro is looped around the rack piece for the d series connectors. The wireless was one that we pulled out of a church when they bought new wireless. Minuscule repair, I had a working wireless. Someday Iâ€™ll probably upgrade to a Shure ULXD, which I will purchase through work. We install those and they have been fantastic. Itâ€™s kind of heavy and bulky, but the rack has wheels and since itâ€™s only ~14 inches tall, I can put it vertically into the back seat of a vehicle. It is lighter than most guitar amps and can be lifted with one hand, but I wish it was lighter. I now come to gigs with my rack rolling in one hand and a guitar case in the other. Then have to make a second trip for monitors (which Iâ€™m looking to upgrade to Bose S1â€™s because they are light and small compared to my Mackie SRM 450s). I will probably add an octave pedal in the rack on the shelf sometime, and maybe a drive as well, but for now this is what Iâ€™m using. If you have any questions, Iâ€™ll try to answer them!