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    Connecting a Mdx 2100 to a Behringer 1622FX Stereo

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    Hi All I'm a newbie on here can any one help i am trying to connect my Behringer MDX 2100 Compressor/Limiter to my Behringer 1622FX Mixer for stereo operation there is 4 mono inserts on the back of the desk but i need to connect it for stereo operation i use all 4 mono mic channels for mics and a telephone hybrid witch leaves 4 stereo channels can anyone help?

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    Alan

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    I'll bite...

    ...what are you trying to compress?
    It's not just the signal chain... It's the hands that touch it

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    Audio from a PC I Run a local radio Station here in Spain

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    So you're looking to compress the buss... the entire mix before you broadcast it?
    It's not just the signal chain... It's the hands that touch it

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    Quote Originally Posted by MOFO Pro View Post
    So you're looking to compress the buss... the entire mix before you broadcast it?
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    Yep thats exactly what i need to do

    Alan

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    Take Main Output out left and bring that to one channel of the compressor, Main Output right to the other, link the two compressor channels (I believe the button is called coupled, it's on the face between the channels) then route your line outs on the compressor to whatever your web broadcast device input is... You'll probably just be putting the compressor in line with your existing mains signal path.
    It's not just the signal chain... It's the hands that touch it

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