Post Number: 51
|Posted on Friday, July 20, 2007 - 3:28 am: |
j'ai recu le preampli "F1x".
j'ai brancher le jack "low pass"dans un ampli basse.et le "high pass" dans un ampli guitare.
est-ce que le branchement est bon????
hello, I received the preampli “F1x”. I have to connect the jack “low pass " in an amplifier basse.et the “high pass” in an amplifier guitar. is the connection good????
Post Number: 5332
|Posted on Friday, July 20, 2007 - 10:32 am: |
I do not recall seeing anyone do this before; but I do not see why it would not work.
Post Number: 895
|Posted on Friday, July 20, 2007 - 11:09 am: |
I think Stanley Clarke does something like this with his setup where he sends the bridge output to a guitar amp in order to get some crunch.
I tried it recently with my rig at home when I wasn't getting enough sound volume out of my 2 X10. It seems to work ok but I wouldn't really want to carry all the kit of my bass rig and my Fender Twin guitar amp to a gig.
You may want to try running the High pass out into the return socket of the amp to avoid overloading the pre-amp section of your guitar amp. It's also much quieter too.
Post Number: 168
|Posted on Saturday, September 15, 2007 - 8:40 pm: |
ben non franchement ... le low pass est réglé par le bouton devant, tu n'auras que des fréquences basses ... c'est un cross-over ... il te faut un ampli de sono et 2 hp différents (15" pour low et 12" + horn pour high). Je n'utilise pas le cross over mais la sortie fullrange qui va sur un splitter Behringer http://www.behringer.com/MX882/index.cfm?lang=FRE
De ce splitter, j'alimente les 2 canaux de mon ampli de puissance et je peux rajouter encore six autres amplis ... dont mon Roland Jazz Chorus 160
Jazzyvee, Stanley use a Mackie mixer to send the signal trough the guitar amp.
(Message edited by pierreyves on September 15, 2007)