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Pre-EQ signal out of Eden head?

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by nemo, Mar 5, 2005.

  1. nemo


    Mar 19, 2004
    Manual says:
    Tuner Out Jack – This standard ¼ inch jack is designed to provide a post-tube,
    pregain signal for connection to a tuner. It can also be used to provide
    pre-tone signal to other devices such as a direct box or console.

    Anybody is using it this way?
    I would like to give to the house console pre-eq signal, because I usually tweak eq to tune the venue specific
    stage sound and I don't want to have this setting in the PA..
    That Recording Out XLR is post-eq.. Thanks.
  2. nemo


    Mar 19, 2004

    Normally I use XLR DI live, but recently it came to my mind - why should I give to PA the tone that is a result of fighting with stage acoustics instead of the tone of my bass.

    I love to run Eden eq flat (usually) and then it is not a problem using post eq DI, but sometimes it has to be tweaked far from beloved eden-flat-eq tone and then I want to avoid this going to console.
    And I don't want to use soundman's cheapo DIs, I want to preserve some edenness :)

    Anybody tried this Tuner out? Is it hot enough for the house?
  3. nemo


    Mar 19, 2004