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I have a Bose L1 S2.  I want to add the Alto Stealth Wireless capability to the Tonematch mixer.  I have tried multiple configurations with multiple channels with no success.  I tried using the Alto system with a regular mixer and it works fine so I know it is not the Alto.  Could it be that the Tonematch does not support adding the wireless capability. 

Thanks

Gordo

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Hi Gordo,

Are you trying to connect the Master Output of the T1 to the input on the Model 1S Power Stand?

If not, please describe what you're trying to do.

Do you have the optional ToneMatch Power Supply? You'll need that to power the T1 if you're going to eliminate the cable from the T1 to the L1 Model 1S Power Stand.

Also, please give us a link to the owner's manual for your wireless system.

Thanks,

ST 

I am running the TRS cables from the output ports of the T4S into the input ports of the ALTO Stealth wireless transmitter.  The Tonematch remains connected to the L1 model II Tonematch port as I want to use the L1 system in conjunction with the wireless speakers.  I have tried both output ports. I have also tried multiple channels on the wireless transmitter and receivers. 

Here is the link to the Alto info and manual.

https://www.altoproaudio.com/p...cts/stealth-wireless

Thanks again for the assistance.

Gordo

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Hi Gordo,

Thanks for the added information and the link. That was helpful.

It looks like you are using the T4S Aux outputs as the signal source for the Alto Transmitter.  Try this.

Move the connections over to the Main Outputs.

This will send the Master Output mix to the Alto transmitter.

If you want a separate mix for the remote speakers, you can use the Aux Outputs,  configure the channels you are using so they send a signal to Aux 1 and Aux 2. <= follow the link for more details.

Does that help?
ST 

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I had tried it on the main outputs.  Still did not work. 

I tried the link you sent to "configure the channels..." and the link did not work.  Can you resend. 

I tried using the headphone output and it did work, but not an ideal situation.

Thanks

Gordo

Hi Gordo,

Gordo posted:

I had tried it on the main outputs.  Still did not work

That's puzzling.

It shouldn't make a difference, but please try a couple of short Tip-Sleeve cables.



I tried the link you sent to "configure the channels..." and the link did not work.  Can you resend. 

I'm sorry about the link. I've fixed it now. Configuring Aux Outputs



I tried using the headphone output and it did work, but not an ideal situation.

Thanks

Gordo

Unless you need the headphone output for headphones, using the headphone output is the only way to have an independent volume control for the remote speakers.

Swinging back around to that, are you running two remote speakers using two separate receivers?

What cable you are using to connect the T4S headphone output to the Alto transmitter.

ST

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