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Hooking up NS40's Studio Monitors
Old 8th September 2007
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Hooking up NS40's

Hey, whats goin on everyone.
Im new to the forum here. Just picked up a set of NS40's and the Alesis RA300 power amp. Real psyched to hear them only... Im at a loss as to how exactly set them up. I have a Digi002 r and figured someone on here could run me down on it real quick.

Appreciate it!
Old 8th September 2007
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You know that if you blow any of those drivers you are hosed, right?

There's nothing to it. A pair of unsheilded copper conductors connects the Yamahas to the amp. Amp connects via shielded balanced cable to mon outputs 1&2 on the 002.
Old 8th September 2007
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Don't hook them up to outputs 1/2. That will bypass the monitor level control. You'll be running the speakers full throttle and risk blowing them right out of the gate. Attach the Monitor Output 1/2 to the input of the amplifier.
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