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    How to daisy chain two Tascam m300 mixers?

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    Hi, question out there to Ghost of FM or others who have cascaded or daisy chained two m300 series mixers together. I believe Ghost mentioned that he did this with two m312's. I've got an m308 and m308b and I am trying to do the same. How do you do this? Anything tricky or is it simple?

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    Simple.

    Take the stereo out of one and connect it to the SUB IN R & L jacks of the second. That will take the stereo sum of the first one and bring it in to the stereo mix of the second right behind the STEREO MASTER faders of the second.

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    from the manual:
    PGM SUB IN jacks 1-4 provide access to the 4 subgroups

    R and L SUB IN jacks provide access to the main stereo busses

    EFF SUB IN jacks provide access to the effect send buss

    AUX SUB IN jacks provide access to Aux 1 and 2 busses on the 308 and aux 1234 on the 312 and 320

    The 2nd mixer controls
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    Arrow You can also cascade the PGM Busses in a similar manner.

    PGM Buss Out (board 1) -> Pgm Buss In (board 2),... with the receiving board being the "Master".
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    ... subtleties of sound make a difference to those who really listen.

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