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    Yeah, don't do that. 

     

    You shouldn't feed a hot line into a powered speaker. And I think that's what you're saying. I'm no expert, but, I just think that's likely a good way to fry your speakers.

    There also might be a resistance issue. You can't just link together as many monitors as you want. The more you add the less resistance and that can lead to unexpected results as well. But, I think the issue is #1.

     

     

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    • maarkr
      maarkr commented
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      what speaker/amp are you sending the signals from?  is it an XLR connection?  my mons have a connection made to plug an XLR cable and go to another powered monitor...









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