Harmony Central Forums
Announcement
Collapse
No announcement yet.

Providing power for everything

Collapse



X
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • Providing power for everything

    Since I will be adding active subs to my currently passive setup I am going to have to change some things. Currently I have my QSC GX7 and my Yamaha MG124CX mixer plugged into a Monster Pro 2500 power conditioner. The conditioner is plugged into its own wall outlet.

    Now since I am going to be adding powered subs I can't just plug those into the conditioner, right? So what I am going to do is plug the subs into a power strip, then the power strip into a seperate wall outlet (not the same one as the power conditioner).

    Does this all sound right? Or is there a simpler way to do this?

    (2) JBL PRX618s-XLF (2) JBL SRX818sp (2) JBL PRX715 (2) JBL PRX710

  • #2

    Plug your power amps straight in to the wall.

    Lower current gear like your mix, effects etc you can use that power unit.

     

     

    Comment


    • lagunagrande
      lagunagrande commented
      Editing a comment

      Pro Sound Guy wrote:

      Plug your power amps straight in to the wall.

      Lower current gear like your mix, effects etc you can use that power unit.

       

       


      I just plug the amp into the power conditioner to cut down on the number of cables running around, is it fine to do that? 













Working...
X