Hi everyone, thank you for all your help in advance!
I have a Bose L1 Compact system and I am looking to add a few more inputs and currently have a Yorkville M1610 portable mixer (powered).
I have read the Yorkville manual and it looks like I can use the MON Out Jack and plug that into a line level input on the Bose L1 system. Is this correct?
I am aware that it is not wise to use the powered speaker outputs A and B on the back of the Yorkville Mixer, that is why I am checking with the sound wiz's here.
The manual can be found here: http://yorkville.com/downloads...610.pdf?v=1365088218
This is where I believe I can connect the mixer to the L1 system with:
"8. MON Out Jack
The monitor bus output signal from the Mon OUT jack is line level and would normally be patched to the input of a mono power amplifier (or a single channel of a stereo amp) driving stage monitor speakers. Keep in mind that in the Left/Right position of the Amp Assign switch there is no internal equalization for the monitor mix (you might want to patch a graphic equalizer between the Mon OUTjack and the input of your monitor power amplifier, this can help regulate the feed). As men- tioned under #5. Pre-EQ OUT, Post-EQ OUT section (above), the monitor mix signal can also be patched to one channel of the internal amplifier using the Amp Assign switch."
Thank you again!