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Using M32-Edit with Midas M32C to support house lows

The venue is a medium size church with a Bose speaker system which lacks in the low end. Currently we support the low end via a Mackie analoge mixer by using one of the monitor channels to send it to a bass combo amp. With the Midas M32C mixer (w/M32-Edit), what would be the best way to use one of the outputs for the low frequencies such that the two output (main and bass) volumes would track and there would be a virtual crossover function to minimize any interaction at the transition frequency? 

Don Morrier
dmorrier Contributor - Level 3 2019-10-06

2019-10-06

Using M32-Edit with Midas M32C to support house lows

The venue is a medium size church with a Bose speaker system which lacks in the low end. Currently we support the low end via a Mackie analoge mixer by using one of the monitor channels to send it to a bass combo amp. With the Midas M32C mixer (w/M32-Edit), what would be the best way to use one of the outputs for the low frequencies such that the two output (main and bass) volumes would track and there would be a virtual crossover function to minimize any interaction at the transition frequency? 

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Re: Using M32-Edit with Midas M32C to support house lows

@dmorrier 

The M32 has extensive crossover functions built in. You could link the C (center channel) to track the LR bus and use something like a 24db Linkwitz-Riley Crossover. Or setup a Matrix to to the same thing.

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Re: Using M32-Edit with Midas M32C to support house lows

Thanks Dave. 

Don Morrier