Technically this is a Low Pass Filter, not a crossover, because it simply removes the midrange frequencies and above from the sub, without removing the low frequencies from the main speakers. This allows full range monitoring from the mains with or without the sub extension.… READ MORE Can I adjust the crossover / Low Pass filter?
Dangerous gear does not get extremely hot. However, we always recommend leaving blank spaces anyway. More ventilation always equals longer gear life, no matter how hot or cool your gear runs. Do not rack your Dangerous gear next to very hot gear such as power… READ MORE Do I need to leave blank rack spaces above/below my gear?
No. Order a Dangerous Music TBREM from your favorite pro audio dealer if you’d like one or build it. See “How is the Talkback Remote Wired?”
The front panel sports a spot for a remote mic connection and the rear provides a jack for its remote activation.
Connect the click track to the Aux inputs. Then adjust the level knob from the front of the Monitor ST rack “Aux Input to Cue” until the correct balance has been achieved.
Connect the headphone output from your computer to the Aux inputs. Then adjust the level knob from the front of the Monitor ST rack “Aux Input to Main” until the correct balance has been achieved.
There are 2 ways to do this. The simplest is to use a half-normalled connection in a patchbay to feed a meter. The second way is to make a modified cable that can be used from the ST Cue Amp out. Please see the downloads… READ MORE How do I feed meters with an ST?
Order a Dangerous Music TBREM from your favorite pro audio dealer.
Employ an inexpensive line transformer (600- 10k ohms) available at your favorite audio grocer.
Enter setup mode by holding the Setup button for 1 second. It will light up blue. Next, hold the PPI button and it will light up blue. While still holding the PPI button, press and release the LFE button, it will light up red. Now… READ MORE How do I reinitialize or return to the factory settings?
Pin 1: Common Ground. Pin 2: Right Amp. Pin 3: Left Amp.
When pin 2 is connected to pin 3, the talkback circuit is engaged. When disconnected, so is the circuit.
Adding a small sub mixer to the Aux Input can be a convenient way to patch and mix signals into the ST system. The mixer can set the listen back mic level (from the live room), the computer cue (headphone out) level, and still have… READ MORE I need more inputs than the Monitor ST has, what do I do?
The purpose of the Aux is to have a separate path that is independent of the remote and can be layered with the selected input. Aux is not going to give you an exact level match to your other inputs, so if you are performing… READ MORE I’m running into the “Aux” input (XLR) and I when I turn the volume all the way down, I still hear the signal.. What’s the story?
The CUE AMP output provides 20 watts of amplification to feed headphone distribution boxes like the Redco Little Red Cue Box. Depending on the impedance of the headphones utilized, the CUE AMP output can handle up to 16 sets of headphones. (Based on 600 ohm… READ MORE What can I use the CUE AMP out for? Is it powered or unpowered?
In normal mode, the PPI (Producers Pacification Indicator) button is designed for thorny producers who want one more version of the perfect mix. Toggle between the blue and clear modes, then print which ever pass they select. After all, theyre identical. While in setup mode,… READ MORE What does the PPI button do?
11.7 (trick question). But the real answer you are looking for is “when and why do I use the Gain button?” When plugging in an unbalanced, consumer level source like a headphone computer output, iPod, DVD player, the level is low (.773 volts vs. 1.23… READ MORE What is the difference between -10dBV and +4dBu?
To add digital inputs, expand the system with the “Additional Switching System” and “DAC-ST” or “DAC-SR” depending upon the application.
The Input 4 knob is cut only. The purpose is for comparing a mastered CD with the current project at the same volume. When the knob is all the way up, the input is set at Unity.
They function based on what we call “”momentoggle””. There are two modes: momentary and latching. In LATCH MODE, if a button is pressed and released quickly, it will lock. In TOGGLE MODE, if a button is pressed and held for more than a second, the… READ MORE Why do my buttons sometimes latch and other times they don’t?
You are hearing relays adjust the stepped attenuator inside the Monitor ST rack unit. This is a transparent, musical solution, as opposed to a VCA (voltage controlled amplification) which tends to smear the image and DCA (digitally controlled attenuation) where bit depth is degraded as… READ MORE Why does my Monitor ST make that clicking sound? Can I turn it off?
ST uses a relay-based analog stepped attenuator volume control design. An absolute value encoder at the remote transmits I2C code to the rack unit telling the relays when to change state. If the firmware detects any missed steps it places the unit into Dim to… READ MORE Why does my Remote go into Dim when I turn up the Volume Encoder?
The purpose of the Aux is to have a separate path that is independent of the remote and can be layered with the selected input. Use input 1-4 if you require the use of mute and dim.