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PostPosted: Thu, Jun 27, 2019 7:27pm 
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Hi, just a quick question (or two) on this if I may-

1. I can't figure out why the lineout of the CAB M is TRS? :doh:

Esp If the lineout goes into a 1/4" T/S mixer input channel jack that's usually not TRS?

2. If I connect lineout from the Captor load box into the line in of a CAB M, does this cable need to be TRS as well, and why?

3. Last, which is the "best" way to hook up the two units after leaving the output of an amp?

Thanks!


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PostPosted: Fri, Jun 28, 2019 9:36am 
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Hi,

1. Because TRS allows a balanced connection, and balanced connections are better :) Plus, the TRS output can still be used with a TS cable (resulting in an unbalanced connection), so there is no downside. The TRS output can be used either balanced or unbalanced, depending on the cable and input used.

2. A TRS cable is required there, to provide a balanced connection. Without this, there is a high chance you'll end up with hum from the amp.

3. Simply connect the Captor to the amp as usual. Then connect the Line Output of the Captor to the Input of the CAB M, with a TRS cable as discussed above.


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PostPosted: Fri, Jun 28, 2019 8:22pm 
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YOU :rock:

TYVM for your information!


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