What is a sub output on a mixer?
Regarding this, what is a sub mixer?
In audio a submix is a grouping of instruments or tracks that are mixed or inserted into the “main” mix as a composite signal (usually as one or two inputs). Most mixing boards have a number of subgroups that can be used to help the engineer organize different kinds of sources.
Also, how do you connect a subwoofer to a mixer? You would use "input" on the subwoofer to feed from the outputs of the mixing desk, then use "high pass out" on the subwoofer to connect your Alto's. It's not ideal, but if you don't use the headphone output on the mixer, just run a stereo 1/4" to rca y-splitter cable to the rca inputs of the subwoofer.
Just so, what is mix output?
A mix bus is a way to send or “route” one or more selections of audio to a particular place. Mix Bus is a term used in the live sound and recording worlds and is commonly associated with output channels/busses as discussed above.
What is direct out on a mixer?
Direct out. Direct out. Definition and background: A feature found on some mixing desks whereby a separate output is fed directly from the preamplifier stage of the input, independent of fader level and equalization, which can be sent to a monitor mixer or recording desk.