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Quote from: admin_shawnb on September 29, 2023, 01:51:08 PMThere is another challenge at the other end of the equation, also though...If you have 2 (or 3, or more...) sets of stereo outs, how do you drive one set of speakers?Some of us may need to invest in a small mixer, e.g., a Key-Largo. Intended to help out keyboard players who usually have multiple keyboards...https://www.radialeng.com/product/key-largo
Quote from: ( . )( . ) on September 29, 2023, 09:17:40 PMThanks to all for the input thus far...It looks like I need a a US-20 to split the GC-1 output, then run 1 out directly to the GP-10 GK in vía a 13 pin cable, and the other out to a GKC-AD, which feeds the GM-800 input. Does that sound correct? Do I need a special cable from the GKC-AD to the GM-800?
QuoteIn regards to audio output options, I have a small mixer for the 2 pairs of stereo outs that I could sum down to a stereo pair. I was also thinking of just running each L (mono) output of the GP-10 and GM-80 into each side of the stereo effects return of the JC-40. Wouldn't that work?
Quote from: ( . )( . ) on September 29, 2023, 09:17:40 PM?I was also thinking of just running each L (mono) output of the GP-10 and GM-80 into each side of the stereo effects return of the JC-40. Wouldn't that work? It's not like I need the preamp section of the amp in this application...but, I could also run each respective mono output from the GP-10 and GM-80 into the front stereo input section of the JC-40.