Author Topic: Mixer and Compressor settings doesn't affect Bluetooth audio? [Answered]  (Read 561 times)

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Offline Christopher Fernandes

Hey everyone, if I'm not missing anything, apparently my mixer (and compressor) settings have absolutely no affect on Bluetooth audio. Specially when I have my Subwoofer hooked up, it doesn't cut the Sub channel on my onboard SX900 speakers as it normally does for native keyboard audio i.e. voices, styles, etc. Is there any setting to enable mixer settings on Bluetooth audio?

Regards,
Chris.
« Last Edit: January 26, 2021, 01:14:44 PM by Christopher Fernandes »
Current Instruments: Yamaha PSR-SX900/Epiphone DR100 AG

Gear: Yamaha KS-SW100 Subwoofer

Past Instruments: PSR-E413
Played: All Yamaha PSR-S, KORG PA700
 

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Re: Mixer and Compressor settings doesn't affect Bluetooth audio?
« Reply #1 on: January 26, 2021, 09:06:16 AM »
Hi Chris,

as you can see in the "Block Diagram" on page 110 of the SX900 Reference Manual, Audio Song, Aux In Audio, Bluetooth Audio and Wireless LAN Audio are  NOT affected by Master Compressor and Master EQ. The signal of these parts goes directly to the outputs.


Best regards,
Chris
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