If anyone's followed some of my previous posts, I am in the process of overhauling my entire backup music system which consist of my original sequenced MIDI files. One of the things I wish to do is eliminate my 'outboard' mixer and utilize only the Bose. I've worked through most of the issues with a lot of help from others on this forum and thanks for that.
One of the only remaining items is this: The gain controls seem to be extremely touchy on my remote. Yes, I've rotated them back and forth several times prior to power up, etc. Anyway, this will not present a problem on my backup music or guitar since I adjust levels on the fly in both situations on the respective controls: volume control on the sound module and foot volume on my guitar pedalboard. However, when it comes to the microphone, this is where I anticipate problems. I've gotten into the nasty habit with my current system- outboard mixer, of making level adjustments on my mike channel for various types of songs on the fly so to speak.
I'm afraid that when I eliminate my outboard mixer and go straight to the Bose with my mike that I will have sudden power jumps resulting in feedback, etc. But instead if I attempt to simply increase or decrease the master level on the remote, to accomplish mike level adjustments, then this in turn will throw off my backup music levels. See where I'm going here? So the only other alternative would be to make adjustments to the gain control on the remote, for the mike channel. Given it's touchy nature, it doesn't seem like an option. Does anyone have any thoughts on this? I would consider 'caving in' and using some sort of micro mixer if that's a last resort. Thanks! Kevin
There is just a little latency (delay) in the response in controls on the Remote. That can lead to "over" adjusting those controls until you get the hang of it.
I use the Channel level control on the Remote like I use the volume control of my Guitar. The Guitar doesn't feed back of course, but it's not an issue with the microphone either. It just took a little practice.
If it seems that the Remote is really touchy. call Support and see if someone there can help.
Diagnosing a twitchy'touchy Remote is probably easier done voice to voice in real time .
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