DanPrecision wrote:I'm pretty sure that I can just run one of the monitor pairs through a headphone out, but I would not be able to control all 3 monitor pairs with the single volume knob on the UFX.
DanPrecision wrote:I am aware of that, but you have to push the volume controller in to switch from Phones1, Phones2, and Main (which controls both speakers A and B). So with that setup, I couldn't do a quick A-B-C comparison. I can do a quick A-B comparison, but in order to listen to C, I would have to turn the main volume all the way down, press the volume controller to go to Phones1 (where I would have monitor C connected), and then turn the volume up. Although that can work, that really isn't a feasible way to do quick comparisons.
If I were connected to the Cubase Control Room directly, I would just have to press one button and the volume would stay the same on each monitor pair. I just wouldn't be able to use the volume controller on the Fireface UFX.
I can run up to 4 monitor pairs, but I would then have to go back to controlling my main output volume via mouse and fader.
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