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RM 32 Connected to SL 32 AI as a stagebox where do I change my GEQ?

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asked Oct 6, 2016 in Ai Mixers by greenbean_54 (140 points)
I think my question is pretty simple, I have succesfully connected my RM32 to my SL 32 AI where do i change my GEQ? I have tried on both devices and neither seems to work, I have GEQ enabled on both. I don"t know what the problem is?

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answered Oct 6, 2016 by wahlerstudios (31,770 points)
Some more information is needed to answer your question: How are the boards connected? AVB, Dante...? Do you have UC Surface running? Do you see both boards in UC Surface? Are you using stagebox mode or I/O mode?
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answered Oct 7, 2016 by wahlerstudios (31,770 points)

Some general remarks may help already: One way is to press the physical button "GEQ" on your board (right above the master fader). The mixer's menue now shows everything you need to tweak. "EQ Status" is third in the row. The second way is (in UC Surface) to press "GEQ" on the flex channel. You find the on/off button on the very left side. So first check in all output channels, if the GEQ's are switched on!

Not hearing changes of the GEQ may have the reason that you are not listening at the right point in the chain. GEQ's only work on the physical outputs, but not on the headphone out. I would need to read it in the manual again, but I think that GEQ in "Main" also does not affect the Control Room outputs.

In AVB "stagebox mode" the RM32AI's processing is not working at all - or better said: All outputs are bypassed and represent your SL 3242AI's output (Aux 15 and 16 are your subgroups 1+2). Only in AVB "I/O mode" you can use all processing on the 16 mix outs (including GEQ's), but not the main output, which is handled by the SL 3242AI's GEQ.

"Main GEQ" on a stand-alone RM32AI also handles its "mono" output, so there are actually 3 separate graphic equalizers working. Of course you can not hear any changes of your PA's GEQ if you are tweaking the mono out's GEQ... Always watch out the two virtual buttons (Main|Mono) right under the faders!

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