Thank you, Gary! Yes - the team members all seem to use the P-16's correctly, but they have their gains for the vocals all set at +18.0 through +24.0 dB. I started trimming their gain down on the board to get levels closer to unity, and when I take them down to lower levels, they all mutiny and say that they can't hear the in-ears. I saw that rack module just sitting there in the box, and I figured maybe I could integrate it into the system to bump the vocal channels up on the switch and keep the instrument levels lower just for the sake of the in-ears. Maybe I'll play around with one of their modules and see what I can adjust by means of the limiter. I'd be willing to bet that nobody really knows how to utilize it the way it's designed. (You helped me understand it better just by your post!) I did a little research yesterday afternoon and found that there is a card that can be ordered for the X32 that will give it ADAT out capabilities. Any experience with that? Thank you.
Hi everyone! Our church has an X32 mixer and currently uses the P16 system, but we have limited volume control for the in-ears. I found a P-16-i sitting in a box unused. Is it possible to use this directly off of the X32 and before the P16-D module to allow us to utilize the gain switches to give us more flexability? From what I'm seeing, I would have to utilize ADAT on these channels. If not, is there a workaround? Thanks in advance for any help!