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Old 21st December 2012, 11:23 PM   #1
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Default Hooking up with TS to pro amps

I have a new QSC 1500a I just got and am confused how to connect via the TRS/TS inputs at back. I have RCA cables and some RCA female to TS male adapters. It says I can use it balanced or not. It states the tip is wired for negative or 'inverse'polarity. Does this mean the amp cannot just use the TS adapters as they are because they are tip positive (RCA are tip positive right?)?

What options do I have other than making some inverting connectors? I'd like to try this out tonight, but have no TS connectors handy... Only the adapters.


So if you need the answer, in my case, yes the adapters work, but I just had to flip my + and - leads on speaker end. Sounds great.

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