Yes and no it really depends on the length of the run you are going to use. You could use a DI if you're super concerned with it and convert to XLR for a longer run. The main benefit/advantage using OP-2 vrs a splitter would be that you would have separate level control to the Mixing console and recording device.Loss of quality when recording, right?
Is anyone using a splitter?
You can use Output 1 1/4" and XLR at the same time.Oh my mistake then! I thought there was less signal when unbalanced.
Anyway, i've got something in the loop so I can't use output 2...
So the question was really about splitters. thanks though I learned something.
Yep six simultaneous analog outputs.At the same time? That is amazing! For some reason I thought it was one or the other. Hopefully the levels will be suitable for the recorder.
This is great to hear. It must have changed since the Standard. I remember one time I tried both xlr and 1/4" on output 1 on my standard with really bad results (loud, awful noise through the PA) and everyone else looking at me like wtf are you messing up over there. For that reason I never even tried it with the II.Yep six simultaneous analog outputs.
I have used all six at one time or another and all have pristine quality. Highest standard in the analog path of most anything out there.
(two more if you count the headphone out)