I have a couple of queries in relation to the PS10 controller and loudspeaker system, if there are any Nexo users who could help me out with any of my questions I'd greatly appreciate it.
I recently purchased 4 x PS10 tops, 4 x LS500 subs and the PS10 controller. I started wiring the rack and making the leads etc today, by the time I was finished I had sound clearly coming through all the right speakers from all the right places. The thing that concerns me though is the sense inputs on the back of the PS10 controller. Up until today I had only heard of sense inputs, never laid eyes on them and to be honest I do not know a whole lot about them...if much at all!
Here's what I've got from the last 30 minutes with Google and I'm still not sure....
-Sense Inputs are fed from the left +/- of the poweramp to the respective sense inputs? (Previously, the notion of sending the output of the poweramp to anywhere but the loudspeakers was something I thought would be a bad thing to do.)
-Sense Inputs act as an analyser of the signal the Nexos will be receiving and adjust the controller accordingly, protecting the loudspeakers essentially?
-They are not vital for the systems performance, just its optimum performance/protection?
Ideally, I would like to use them if to protect the loudspeakers alone, but the poweramps I'm currently using (1 for highs, 1 for sub) are non-Nexo and only have a Left and Right speakon output on the rear of each one. No live, XLR, link or otherwise.
If anyone could shed some light on any of the above it should send me in the right direction, thanks guys.