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 Post subject: Parallel Mono
 Post Posted: Tue Nov 15, 2011 3:58 am 
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I just purchased a 360/12c63, and I thought that one of the guitar jacks was for a Ric-O-Sound effect--I was wrong. Will the Ric Forum members please explain to me the concept of Parallel Mono and the function of each jack. Thank you.


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 Post subject: Re: Parallel Mono
 Post Posted: Tue Nov 15, 2011 3:09 pm 
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Congratulations to you Gretsch929. :D I will get back to try to explain how the Mono, and the ROS (stereo Jack) work,,,,,,,but I'm heading out and will definitely get back to you. Others may wish to explain it for you in the interim.

But here's a good idea for you as you are new to this guitar and are not sure how the inputs works. In the service tab at the top of the page there is a copy of the manual have a look at it

Also do a forum search ( type in ROS) read what you can, and gather some info just to acquaint yourself with how the system works. It will give you a head start! It will make explaining it a lot easier if you do some reading first! ;)

There is a fair amount of info you will find under (ROS) It may answer some of you questions. When I return I shall endeavour to explain how the stereo function works.

You need 2 amps and some special Stereo cables to use the ROS input on your guitar)


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 Post subject: Re: Parallel Mono
 Post Posted: Wed Nov 16, 2011 3:46 pm 
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As far as I understand it just means you can run the exact same signal to a couple of separate inputs to do who knows what with. I'm not sure if ground loops could be an issue here--maybe so?


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 Post subject: Re: Parallel Mono
 Post Posted: Wed Nov 16, 2011 7:29 pm 
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cassius987 wrote:
As far as I understand it just means you can run the exact same signal to a couple of separate inputs to do who knows what with. I'm not sure if ground loops could be an issue here--maybe so?


I didn't realise that this model had two ''mono'' outputs! Thanks for the info there iiipopes. If you do plug into 2 different amps you will probably encounter ground loop hum, the Lehle P-split can remedy this and it is passive


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 Post subject: Re: Parallel Mono
 Post Posted: Thu Nov 17, 2011 4:52 am 
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Thank you all--mystery solved!


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