I have now tried it and I am getting output but despite having configured out as Mono it seems to still not be mono…I AM able to apply EQ to the audio before it enters the transmitter and EQ curve shows up too, but I need to get the output configured as Mono not Stereo…
Latency is about 3ms and that should not introduce any echo to the audio from what I gather but I AM hearing some echo…Perhaps, my audio OUT is still configured as audio and this might introduce an echo although that doesn’t sound logical. Even if the audio OUT would seem to have remained in STEREO but I’ve plugged the transmitter input only to 1/L OUTPUT then I should get a mono OUT, right?
I really need to look at the User’s manual as I am still a little fuzzy on where I am supposed to add EQ, Compressor, Limiter, Gate etc? I now have a STRIP, EQUALIZER and PLUGINS in the chain, but for my application, I may not really need to be concerned over PLUGINS at this point as getting started is number 1? Can I have TWO EQs and/or TWO COMPRESSORS on my audio channel? I wish I could get a “Vintage” or “Tube Emulation Compressor,” but don’t know how to go about that.
Where do I go to shift the order of different processors in the chain? Also, I would imagine that there is absolutely no need to add EQ, Compressor to Send as all I have is one audio channel when using my microphone? Also, to activate/bypass an EQ and what not. There is an ACTIVATE and BYPASS button so I just click where it says bypass/activate and when the option is selected it turns a different color.
I wanted to attach three files to provide a view to different screens here and would have valued your comments on the question posed in the previous paragraph using the files as reference but they’re in PDF format and I just noticed that that format is not allowed…
Thank you again!!