We run a Soundcraft Series 2 40ch board. (Analog) and keep hearing from musicians that we need to get a digital board because they want to control their own mix. *Wah Wah Wah" (thats the Musicians crying). Listen I know so often we all have a musician that comes and plays every so often and talks about themselves playing at this venue and that venue and digital is the only way. Well if you dont like digital (Me) and dont want to spend over $8,000 moving everthing over to digital (Depends on your set up) this is the way to go. NOW THERE ARE SOME THINGS THAT WILL MAKE YOUR LIFE EASIER
1. Does your Soundboard have direct outs for every channel. (Or at least the 16 chanels you will send to the P16-I) There are other ways around this but you would have to search your board and se what they are.
2. Is your Soundboard Pre-Fade - Post-fade or can you contol which it does. This is important because if your can only "post fade", when you fade down the house sound this will affect their in ear mix. Pre Fade is the way to go. In fact they can play while they are muted. House wont hear them, but they will still be going thru the P16-M
3. You can go thru one "Junction box" Example: (My setup) I have my 16 Channels feeding the P16-I. From the P16-I I have a Cat 5 cable going to a "Internet switch box" from there I have 9 cat5 going 215 feet to my stage. from here It branches off to 9 different locations that I made plug recievers for in my mic snake box. So in theroy I could just take a 3 foot Cat wire and plug in my P16-M and plug it into the floor. (Hope that made sense). This doesn't work, from my testing there is to much of a drop off of signal from the second plug in. I can however run the 215 feet line straight into P-16M
Hope this helps out.
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