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yamaha p7000s question
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Model no. of Subs?
Do the subs have a 'filtered' output - ie mix processed through a high-pass filter? (This is different to a 'thru' output which is just a paralleled feed of the input.)
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If you really want to push the boat out you could go for an all in one speaker management system like the Dbx Driverack or the Behringer equivalent.
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Plug your XLR input into ch.A of the first amp, then use a TRS jack cable to link from the TRS input of the first amp to the TRS input of the second amp, this will link the two amps together to share the same input signal.. set the top amp to Low Cut (High pass), set the bottom amp to Sub Woofer (Low pass), and set the frequency pots to the same frequency (probably somewhere around 100Hz, depending on how low your mid/tops go).. do the same for ch.B
When linking the amps, make sure you don't use the jack speaker outputs (they are next to the Speakon outputs), only link the amps using the TRS jack inputs, which are next to the XLR inputs.
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