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:
Click image below to see a version using two channels on the Bose® system.
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Gary's original request...
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.
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?
As long as all the microphones are of the same type, this is a great way to go.
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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:
Back to single channel version
I have the same setup for my system with the yamaha board I use to run my minidisc/cd player! It works great.
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?
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.
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.
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.
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?
Yes, this sounds okay.
Yes, you can use the Remote to control these two microphones.
Many many thanks for your prompt response ST!!
Very much obliged!
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