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    Tricaster 460 with External Audio Mixer

    Hi Everyone
    We just switched to a 460 from a 455 and have a show to broadcast Tomorrow at 4PM (The Anthony Cumia Show).

    I need to output the DDR & Sound audio to my external mixer, and then send that entire main mix back into the tricaster. I was able to do that on all of my older units - but now I can't figure out how to do it without creating a feedback loop.

    I have DDRs and Sound delegated to Aux (And not master) - and my input back into the tricaster is going into Mic 1.

    No matter what I do, it creates a feedback loop. Any thoughts?

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    How are the Aux channels routed outside the system? It seems they must be feeding back into Input 1 somehow or in the external setup. And, just for clarity, where are you hearing feedback? In recordings? On Master output? Elsewhere?
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    Hi Steve (and others)

    I have the Auxes going out of the 2a and 2b audio out 1/4in outs.

    The feedback is on the master output.

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    I assume you are not sending Input 1 to Aux?
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