Profiler Stage Introduction Thread


  • Hi @timowens,

    I'm very interested in this. Can yo elaborate on this? "This procedure will make the MASTER VOLUME knob only control the MONITOR output, the main outputs will be at a fixed level."

    If I understand this right, I can control my on stage FRFR cab with the MASTER VOL knob....but how to I control FOH volume?

    Cheers

  • Hi @timowens,

    I'm very interested in this. Can yo elaborate on this? "This procedure will make the MASTER VOLUME knob only control the MONITOR output, the main outputs will be at a fixed level."

    If I understand this right, I can control my on stage FRFR cab with the MASTER VOL knob....but how to I control FOH volume?

    Cheers

    The level for each output can be set in the output menu with the soft knobs underneath the display. After soundcheck you obviously do not want to change the main output voume anymore but maybe the monitor output level for your personal monitoring on stage needs to be adjusted midgig. To achieve that with the master volume knob you need to deactivate the main outputs volume link in the output menu and only keep the monitor output link active.

  • The level for each output can be set in the output menu with the soft knobs underneath the display. After soundcheck you obviously do not want to change the main output voume anymore but maybe the monitor output level for your personal monitoring on stage needs to be adjusted midgig. To achieve that with the master volume knob you need to deactivate the main outputs volume link in the output menu and only keep the monitor output link active.

    Ahhh, that makes sense now. You august the volume for FOH first, then you deactivate it and use the MASTER VOL for the on stage monitor. Thanks @Kemper Support #1 for the clarification, much appreciated :thumbup:

  • Ahhh, that makes sense now. You august the volume for FOH first, then you deactivate it and use the MASTER VOL for the on stage monitor. Thanks @Kemper Support #1 for the clarification, much appreciated :thumbup:

    not completely correct. You set the level for the main outputs using the soft knob underneath the display in the output menu during the soundcheck and keep the main output volume link deactivated all the time.

  • I think the point is that step is not necessary, why go through the extra steps if you don't need to?

    Well, it's better if a new user understands well, I believe :)
    By saying what he suggests is "not completely correct" w/o specifying it's not wrong either, he may get the impression he's following some incorrect procedure.


    OTOH, (re)linking the knob to Main volume might be something you may want to do at times (I use several couples of active cabs, and at times I prefer to be able to tweak the volume through the knob for progressive adjustments ).


    Basically, my impression - with a newby POV in mind - was that the notion that what jarabuandi had described was not wrong might have not been stressed enough.
    Nothing wrong in being complete ad accurate :)

  • I just created another thread with the question but... I will write here too.


    I bought the pack of thommann with the stage, the mission pedal and the case.


    Does anyone remove the stage and pedal rubber supports to put them inside the case? I notice they have better support without the stock rubber feet they have, but they are not tight inside the case if I remove them.


    I am thinking to put another layer of foam inside the case in order to use them with flat support and tight hold.

  • The rubber feet underneath the Stage guarantee that there is sufficient airflow to cool the unit. If you take them off and place the Profiler flat on the surface you will block the vents on the bottom of the unit and risk to experience issues due to overheating.

  • The rubber feet underneath the Stage guarantee that there is sufficient airflow to cool the unit. If you take them off and place the Profiler flat on the surface you will block the vents on the bottom of the unit and risk to experience issues due to overheating.

    I noticed the vents under the stage. However, thats not a problem because the foam floor comes with a special layout and doesn't cover the vents part.