Should hopefully have a few simple questions, but in my research I haven't quite found the exact answer I was looking for. So I have a Yamaha mg10xu mixer and two Harbinger V2312 powered speakers.
Reading the Harbinger manual, it suggests to chain the two speakers together to make one the master. With this configuration I am not quite sure what the best way would be to connect the mixer to the speakers. Right now I am using the L Monitor Out into the master speaker in channel 3. It seems to sound good to me, but I was wondering if this would be the optimal connection?
We originally had the two XLR Stero Out connections going to their respective speaker, but this seems like it will make the pair separate, if that makes sense. We also like the Bluetooth capabilities of these speakers, which I would think the only way to get sound to come out of both would be to chain them and connect via Bluetooth to the master.
Would it be better to use, let's say, the L XLR out to the XLR input on the master and leave them chained? I don't think this would work, since I would have to change the input switch to line, which would remove it as master. Should we go back to having an XLR out to each speaker?
One final question for connections, I have a POD HD500 that I have connected to the mixer. Right now I am using channel 2, I believe, with a 1/4" connector going out the mono L on the POD. This also seems to sound good with our current setup, but was curious if anyone had any experience with the POD and what the recommendations might be for that as well.
Many thanks! Steve