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Mono to stereo

aaron

Hi everybody,
I'm planning to get one of these: http://www.artproaudio.com/products.asp?id=67&cat=13&type=90 to use for in ear monitoring. I plan to give the aux send output from my mixer to this amp. But the input is stereo while the aux send from the mixer is mono.
If I solder the tip and ring together, will I have any problem?
Any other suggestion how to get stereo ?
Thanks
July 2, 2011 @10:56am
yeahforbes

That's exactly the way to do it. Cable with TS at one end and TRS at the other, wired S to S and T to T+R.
July 4, 2011 @02:30am
aaron

Thanks a lot!!!!!!
July 4, 2011 @07:57am
TimmyP1955

I find the lack of a protective limiter to be worrisome. I'd rather take a console feed and use this http://www.rockonaudio.com/package.php or http://www.musiciansfriend.com/pro-audio/shure-p4hw-hardwired-bodypack-for-psm-400-systems
July 4, 2011 @10:40am
aaron

July 5, 2011 @03:02pm
TimmyP1955


It has an instrument input instead of a balanced mic input.
July 7, 2011 @04:07am
aaron

Yes, that's right. I'm planning to use it an in ear monitor for the keyboard player. So I don't need the mic input. I didn't find the peavey amp earlier, so I chose ART MyMonitor. Do you think the Peavey amp would be good?
July 7, 2011 @10:11am
TimmyP1955

If it has a limiter, the Peavey should be fine.
July 9, 2011 @02:14am
aaron

Thanks a lot!!!
July 11, 2011 @04:27pm