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Sending dry XLR out from VoiceLive Touch 2

Contributor - Level 1
Hello! Looking for some recommendations for our live setup with the VLT2...We play a lot of smaller clubs currently & have had some trouble with feedback with the VLT2. I'm thinking that splitting the wet/dry signals will help keep the peace with sound engineers better, but it seems I can only send a dry signal from the TRS & not the XLR - is this the case? Do I need to invest in a mic splitter to send a dry signal directly from a mic and then get only the wet signal from the VLT2? I don't think the engineers will respond kindly to using a TRS for my lead vocals...

Thanks in advance!
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Re: Sending dry XLR out from VoiceLive Touch 2

Contributor - Level 2
If you are fond of the VLT2, use its jack outputs and connect them to a stereo DI box so you have 2 XLR outputs.

Re: Sending dry XLR out from VoiceLive Touch 2

Contributor - Level 2
"it seems I can only send a dry signal from the TRS & not the XLR - is this the case?"
Yes.