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This small mixer is very similar to other "baby mixers". It has no built-in effects.

The main outs are TRS (Tip Ring Sleeve).


In the diagram I have shown:

  • all microphones panned hard to the right
  • cd player connected by way of a "Y" cord so that it is summed to mono before entering the board
  • taking a single output (Right) from the board
  • connect to the Bose system with a 1/4" TS (Tip Sleeve - standard instrument cable) to Channel 1 on the Bose system.



Click image below to see a version using two channels on the Bose® system.

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edit: added 2nd option (clickable sketch) - Thanks to VoxQuartet

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Gary's original request...

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how do i connect yamaha mg10/2 mixer to use jvc cd player and 4 xlr sure 58 mics to L-1 BOSE CYLINDER TO PROCIDE BEST SOUND



Hi Gary

Please tell us more about what kind music you are performing, and the kinds of places you are playing so that I can provide more details.
 
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Would not be better with mics with hardpan left getting out of the mix to channel 1 on PAS using the PAS preset for these mics and cd player hard pan right to channel 2 on PAS?
 
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VoxQuartet,

Excellent point!

As long as all the microphones are of the same type, this is a great way to go.

Edit - added new sketch directly below reflecting VoxWQuartet's suggestion.

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Using Two Channels on the Bose® system to allow use of the Presets for the Microphones

This is most appropriate when all microphones are of the same make/model.



In the diagram I have shown:

  • all microphones panned hard to the right
  • cd player connected by way of a "Y" cord so that it is summed to mono before entering the board. This is panned hard to the left
  • Right output from the board connects to the Bose system with a 1/4" TS (Tip Sleeve - standard instrument cable) to Channel 1 on the Bose system.
  • Left output from the board connects to the Bose system with a 1/4" TS (Tip Sleeve - standard instrument cable) to Channel 2 on the Bose system.


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St,
I have the same setup for my system with the yamaha board I use to run my minidisc/cd player! It works great.

Ray
 
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Hi Ray,

Glad to hear that's working well for you. Thanks for taking the time to post.

Noticed in another message that you're a solo SOGO* (is that right?) artist.

Are you going to be at the big show in Chilliwack BC in a couple of months?
 
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After looking at the forum, I think this is the closest topic I could find to what I do - so I will ask here.

I am a "One Man Band". I use midi backing tracks (that I write) and either play the lead live on a keyboard or wind controler, or I sing the lead. So I am running (sampled of course) what sounds like a 7 piece band through my mains. (bass, guitar x 2, horns, keys, drums, and lead)
I also run in stereo and do not want to have to give this up. I currently use 2 Mackie SRM450 and the Mackie powered sub. From what I have seen in other postings here, using the bose system as a PA can be done, but I have seen questions about running in dual mono. If I run two systmes as a stero PA (R & L feeds from the mixer) will this work? Also, will I get enough bas out of 2 subs to let people dance to my music? (I mostly play weddings ranging from 200 to 700 people)
Thanks for your time.
 
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Hello yag,

This is a great question so I moved to to a new discussion - see:

One Man Band with Tracks

To others wanting to pursue this, please join us in the new discussion.

Thanks
 
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Couple of questions....I think. We are going to use the MG10-2 with our PAS.
What would be wrong with the scenario...or how could it be improved?

2 mics to the mixer XLR then into CH1 with a 1/4", panned right.

1 mic to CH2, with phantom power.

iPod from mixer into CH3 using an 1/8 to dual RCA's.

Someone mentioned to me that we should go from one of the 4 channels of the mixer to CH4 of the PAS, panned left. The reason being, you have more control over the iPod sound then if it was just going into a tape input. Does this make any sense to you?

Just trying to fine tune now. We are going to give this setup a go this evening.
 
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I have a query on the suggested set-ups: I only have 2 wireless Shure Beta 58A's and I want to use the presets for Ch 1 and 2 for these 2 mics as they sound fantastic directly hooked up to the L1 and I presume I can use the Remote to control these 2 mics. Can I then connect the Yamaha MG 10/2 Mixer to Ch 3 (and 4)? Is that OK?
 
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Hi KARAOKEKLAZZIK,

Yes, this sounds okay.

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Originally posted by KARAOKEKLAZZIK:
I have a query on the suggested set-ups: I only have 2 wireless Shure Beta 58A's and I want to use the presets for Ch 1 and 2 for these 2 mics as they sound fantastic directly hooked up to the L1 and I presume I can use the Remote to control these 2 mics.

Yes, you can use the Remote to control these two microphones.
quote:

Can I then connect the Yamaha MG 10/2 Mixer to Ch 3 (and 4)? Is that OK?


Yes.
 
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Many many thanks for your prompt response ST!!
Very much obliged!
Cheers!
ERIC
 
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