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Connect a third party mixer to your Bose T1®

Question: How do I connect my third-party mixer to my Bose T1® ToneMatch Audio Engine. We engineered the T1® channel 4/5 for applications like this - to accept a two channel output from a line-level device like a mixer. Note: Do not connect the speaker outputs of a powered mixer to the T1® . You could damage the T1® or the mixer, or both. Connections If your mixer has balanced outputs , then for best results, use balanced cables to connect to the T1® Channel 4/5. At the T1® end of the...

The Bose L1® Approach and the History Of Amplification

The L1 ® approach to amplifying live music is based on the qualities of unamplified music: each musician in control of his or her sound, the ability to hear oneself and each other, and the sound of each voice and instrument coming from its unique location. This video explains the major historical eras of amplification, from the early days of individual instrument amplification to the era of triple systems ( backline , monitors, PA) and the present era that includes the new L1 ® approach. The...

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T1 ToneMatch® audio engine Videos

Here are some videos that cover the basics of using your T1®. I hope you find them helpful. Set up my microphone with the T1 ToneMatch® audio engine Set Up My T1® for Backing Tracks (Analog) T1® ToneMatch Presets, zEQ, and ParaEQ T1® Noise Gate to Automatically Mute a Microphone Connect a Computer to my T1® by USB Load ToneMatch® Presets into the T1® T1 ToneMatch® audio engine Scenes I will update this list as I create new videos. In the meantime, be sure to check out the articles about the...

@Mentions in posts

You can specifically reference a community member so that they can be notified about the post you are writing. This is similar to what you can do on some social networks. To use mention s, type an @ symbol and then begin typing the displayed name of the person you wish to reference. You'll see a drop-down menu of potential matches on the name. Select the proper person and a mention link will be auto-generated. Once you make the post, that person will receive a special notification about the...

Splitting Reply with Quote

Sometimes I want to reply to a long post and prefer to quote the original post, and then split the quote so I can insert comments. I found a trick for doing. It's super easy. Reply with Quote Click where you want to split the quoted text. Press Enter Press Left Arrow once Press Enter three times This will split the quoted text and leave space for you to type something inside the split. You can add your comments to a long post like this. Edit : I've since discovered that with browsers other...

Welcome! Getting Started in the Community

Welcome! We're glad you are here. This is a friendly, caring, and knowledgeable community. It only takes a minute to register. You'll need an email address to activate your membership. We do not use or sell your email for any reason other than running this community. There are many benefits to registering besides posting, such as private messaging to and from any other member, and automatic email notification when a reply comes to your question if you choose. How to Register Look at the...

Create Your First Post

Creating a new post is easy, and this video shows you some of the finer points like selecting the forum and creating tags. Or, you can browse Topics and if you want to join in, click Add Reply or At the end of every discussion, you'll see a box where you can write a reply. or To reply to a specific post within a discussion, Click Take Action at the bottom of that post and Click Reply With Quote. ST

Questions That Get Answers

Here are a few suggestions to help you get the best answer to your question as quickly as possible: Search Search the forum. It's likely someone has already answered your question. If you find it, you won't have to wait for someone to see your post to get an answer. See: How Do I Search the Community? Post in the correct forum Experts in various areas tend to stick to forums that focus on those areas so you are more likely to get an answer if you ask in the right forum. A question about a...

How Do I Search the Community?

Here are some quick tips for searching for content in our community. At the top right area of the screen - look for the search icon beside your name. Click that and the Search box will open. Just above the Search box, there's a link to open an Advanced Search too. Here's a quick video showing the user interface for mobile devices. Doing an Advanced Search on an iPad Mini.

New Since Last Visit

In our old forum platform, you could do a search for new posts since your last visit. In this platform, there is no direct equivalent to that but you may not need it. The list of topics that you see on the home page is sorted by the last post date. The most recent topics are at the top of the list. New posts (that are unread for you) will be flagged with the NEW flag. Those topics with unread posts will have a "First Unread Post" link that will take you straight to the first unread post for...

Email Notifications and Following a Forum or Discussion

There are several ways to turn on email notifications so that you are notified when someone posts or replies in the community. When you create a new discussion or reply to someone else's you are automatically subscribed to that discussion. That means that you don't need to check back to see if anything has happened. You will get an email as soon as there's activity. Here's a quick video that shows you the various places that you can control your email notifications. Control your...

Feedback / Microphone

What is feedback and how does it occur? Feedback occurs when the sound from the loudspeaker (or loudspeakers if a microphone is connected to more than one) is louder at the microphone than the sound of the voice. This fundamental fact is shown in the figure below. Note that in the diagram an L1 system is shown but the same fundamental fact is true for ANY loudspeaker. If you understand this diagram, it is relatively easy to understand how changes in an amplification system and room can...

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