The T1® Master Output is not stereo. It is balanced mono. What you are hearing is a mono signal with the two sides out of phase.
Try some music with clearly identifiable left and right tracks.
We have an article about how to route a stereo analog source through the T1® to two F1s.
T1® Stereo Output to Two F1 Systems
What are you using for your input source? A DJ mixer or computer via USB?
sdelsolray posted:I'm used to a different definition of the term "stereo". Seems like this config is a dual mono output because there is not (necessarily) a stereo mix bus in the signal chain. There might be one from a non-Bose product which feeds the T1, but then again there might not. Thus, the Bose, by itself, is acting a a dual mono system, not a stereo system. Still, that's some clever patching, if a bit contrived.
You're mistaken. The setup provides distinct left and right channels from a stereo source.
djkingtutt posted:I experimented and found that using the Dj playback scene and connecting the T1 Master out to my two F1 systems with a simple 1/4" TRS to two TS outs gave me crisp sound and my music played in stereo which was key for me.
Yeah, that's just dual mono.
djkingtutt posted:Also in regards to using Channel 4/5, I connected my Numark NS7 II to the T1 using 4/5 and I still got a perfect stereo sound with mic effects from my setup of two F1 systems using the Dj Playback scene with the TRS y plug.
Again, dual mono. Not true stereo.