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The mixer outputs go to the DRPA inputs. The DRPA outputs (hi, mid, low) go to the powered speakers. If you have subs that do not have an internal crossover and DSP, they would get the low output. If you have bi-amped tops (with an internal cross-over and DSP) or full-range tops, the use the "mid" outputs for the tops.
What specific powered speakers do you have? Is your DRPA the original version or the "plus" version? What DRPA functions do you think you want to use? The answers will help in providing specifc advice/instruction. Mark C.
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lilgrasshopper wrote: The inputs in the back are high low and mid. But I have powered speakers....does it matter which input I connect it to? Thanks.
By "inputs", I think you mean "outputs"... We have a similar setup - EV powered tops and Yorkville powered subs. I was just playing with mine today - the tops are connected to the high outs and the subs are connected to the low outs. (I saw that someone else said to use mid and low, but my DRPA uses high and low.)
Tell the wizard that you have a two-way system and select custom when it asks for the amp/speakers that you use.