I lent out some equipment for another band's gig the other night so I went with them to help set up. The support bands bass player had a leem amp. When setting up he came out with some sort of rack mountable audio mixer. We asked what it was for and he said it was so he didnt overdrive the amp and reassured us it would sound better. We watched dubiously as he proceeded to connect the mixer via a huge mixture of phono leads and adapters into both the high and the low inputs. When switched on it hissed VERY loudly so the headlining band made him get rid of it. The bass player said "well it does sound better in some places" Why did he do this?!!!!