I was wondering if the L1 Model 1 (Classic) can be connected to an F1 Powered Sub via the Bass Line Out on the power stand. This would be for additional low end, in addition to 2 B1 Bass modules attached to the unit. Mainly for DJ purposes.
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I was wondering if the L1 Model 1 (Classic) can be connected to an F1 Powered Sub via the Bass Line Out on the power stand.
Yes, however the signal from the L1 Bass Line Out is EQd for the B1, and the L1 attenuates the overall bass output by -12 dB when you use the Bass Line Out. For details see: Bass Line Out
A better approach:
Connect your sound source to L1 Channels 1 (and optionally 2)
Connect the L1 Line Out(s) to the F1 Subwoofer.
This would be for additional low end, in addition to 2 B1 Bass modules attached to the unit. Mainly for DJ purposes.
Does that help?
Thank you so much for the quick reply. I am definitely going to try that out. Since I use a Tone Match T1 Mixer, will configure it accordingly. Will let you know how it works!
Since you have the T1, you can try this:
- T1 Master Output to F1 Subwoofer Input 1
- You can turn up the T1 Master well beyond 12:00 o'clock
- Try the T1 ToneMatch Presets in the DJ/Playback category
- Set the F1 Subwoofer EQ to HPF (High Pass Filter)
- Experiment with this switch
- F1 Subwoofer Input 1 Line Out to L1 Classic Channel 1
Try it both ways. (F1 Subwoofer first, and L1 first).
Position the B1s and F1 Subwoofer as close as possible. For example, stack the B1s and place the F1 Subwoofer directly beside them.