Reply to "Subwoofer for S1 Pro"

Hi O.  When you said, "An interesting conundrum. If we accept the B1200D idea we sacrifice the built in two channel mixer to use the sub."

Here's what I do. I don't know if it addresses the concerns you noted, but here goes... 

On the S1 Pro, I use channel 1 for vocals and channel 2 for guitar.

I'm not interested in the subwoofer feature on my vocals.  So I connect my mic straight to channel 1 on the S1 Pro and avoid the subwoofer all together.  I adjust the EQ for the vocals/mic via the S1 Pro's mid and trem controls.

For channel 2 (my guitar channel), I want a deeper and more present bass sound. This is where the Behringer B1200D Pro subwoofer comes into play. (BTW, I use a Boss OC-3 Octave to get this lower bass sound.)

I input my guitar first into a channel on the subwoofer and then output it from the subwoofer to channel 2 on my S1 Pro.  I use the Behringer's high cut feature to minimize the bass frequencies to the S1 Pro; and use the subwoofer's boost frequency and level knobs to adjust the bass sound.  For my purposes, I keep the mid and trem controls set flat on the S1 Pro.

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