- The dry signal input in MONO will go out in the MONO out
- The dry signal in STEREO will only go out in the STEREO out - So not in the MONO out if it is the only input fed by a signal.
- The effect will be produced on the sum of MONO + STEREO IN, and sent to both outputs.. So you will hear some reverb of the STEREO input signal in the MONO OUT.
Question I'm considering using a Hall of Fame or Trinity Reverb to collect two signal chains into one mono out. If I feed a Hall Of Fame with 2 signals, will they be merged into the Mono out Answer If you connect 2 inputs (mono + stereo) and one output (mono) and feed both inputs, the unit will "think" you are feeding a stereo signal, and what happens is :
Keywords: Hall Of Fame / Trinity Reverb: Connecting the Stereo IN to Mono OUT?