My current TEST SETUP:
I am using two TS cables from the BB into an Ebtech (LLS-2-XLR) 2-Channel Line Level Shifter’s -10 dBV jacks.
(I know that is not its intended purpose - which is why I’m posting this question.)
Ebtech 2-Channel (LLS-2-XLR) Owners Manual Link:
Then, from each channel of the Ebtech’s +4dBu jacks, I’m patching it via two TS cables into the L/R of a stereo channel on my Allen & Heath ZEDi-10FX mixer. My guitar is being run separately into another channel of the mixer.
Is there a more “correct” way to boost/balance the BB’s output signal going into a mixer so it hits the mixer at Line Level?
If not… and since the Ebtech automatically converts from -10 dBV to +4dBu AND from Unbalanced to Balanced, should I use two balanced, TRS cables into the L and R inputs of the stereo channel on the mixer?
What are the actual specs of the output levels of the BB pedal?
Because the BB has a robust output level, I find this (Ebtech) solution to work pretty well to boost the input signal and balance it before it hits the mixer… and an Ebtech Tech Support guy seemed to agree it would not hurt anything to try it this way. I just wondered if any audio engineers out there would have a more textbook style solution.
PS - This mixer has two Instrument Level channels, but I want to use those for guitar/bass.