I perform in a duo with 802's and I have an L1 which I use solo, could you tell me how I would add another L1 to the duo and have both of our guitars and vocal signals coming through both towers. Also can we each control our own Tonematch levels and settings. Thanks.
The recommended way to use two L1®s with a duo is to have each performer coming through only one L1®.
You don't gain much (maybe 3 dBu) by having the same sound coming out of two L1®s side-by-side. You do however introduce the possibility of Mulitiple Source Interference
You also lose the sense of Localization which is a huge benefit of having one L1® for each performer.
Having said all of that, it is relatively easy to do (just NOT recommended).
You can run
You will both retain control over all of your settings, but you will be heard through both L1®s.
With my several duos I always run two L1®s, and always run performer into only one L1®. We place the L1®s behind us or slightly outside of us if we on a shallow stage. We get rave reviews for the separation and localization that people can hear. Yet, they have no trouble hearing us together, just as they would if we were playing without amplification.
edit: spellingThis message has been edited. Last edited by: ST,
Hi again Mark,
Here is how typically set up as a duo using two L1® Model IIs with T1®s.
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Orange numbers are Systems and Inputs using those Systems.
Blue filled numbers are Channel connections to/from the T1 ToneMatch™ audio engine.
Acoustic Guitar with pickup
Electric Guitar through pedal board
Thanks for the reply ST.
That sounds logical as the L1 spreads out its sound so evenly throughout a room.
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