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You had two Sketches that looked identical (did I miss anything) except for the comments. So I consolidated those below. I swapped out references to "PAS" with L1™ because PAS is a trademark owned by another company.
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Orange numbers are Systems and Inputs using those Systems.
Blue ringed numbers are Channel connections to/from the Classic and Model I Systems.
Green numbers are for general notes about the Sketch and connections to non-Bose gear.
Quoting JubKeys from The Sketcher
edit: restored some missing notes.This message has been edited. Last edited by: ST,
I think you will want at least two and maybe four B1s on System
To get to four B1s on a single system you buy a double bass system, as you have shown for system and then you add a PackLite® Extended Bass Package (PackLite® amp + two B1 Bass Modules).
I wouldn't start with anything less than two B1s for a system running Kick Drum, but for classic rock, I think you will end up with four.
I think you have a good handle on routing the signals, placement of the L1™s and turning them toward the middle for monitoring.
The only other thing that comes to mind, is that you may want to try moving the Drummer out from between the two L1™s . If you put the Drums on the side, the Drummer will probably have an easier time hearing him/herself, and you should also find that all the vocalists should be able to hear themselves and each other better.
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