Alesis wildfire User Manual

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9
 
Stereo-Linking Two Amplifiers 
  
 
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To take full advantage of the Wildfire’s stereo capability, 
you can link it to another amplifier to create a true 
stereo setup. This section explains how to do that. 
 
 
To Stereo-Link Two Amplifiers 
1. 
Place the Wildfire and the auxiliary amplifier far 
enough apart to allow for a decent stereo 
spectrum. A few feet should be sufficient. 
2. 
Make sure both amplifiers are turned off 
and that your guitar is connected to the 
Wildfire. 
3. 
Using a 1/4” TS cable, connect the 
Wildfire’s STEREO LINK 
OUTPUT to the input of the 
auxiliary amplifier. 
4. 
Turn on the Wildfire amplifier first, 
and then turn on the auxiliary amplifier. 
5. 
Play your guitar and adjust the volumes of both 
amplifiers until they are approximately equal. You 
may also want to adjust the tone of the auxiliary 
amp so that it matches the Wildfire’s tone as much 
as possible. 
6. 
Now you’re playing in stereo! Experiment with the 
Wildfire’s stereo effects to hear what a great 
difference two amplifiers can make. The best 
listening spot is a position that is between the 
amplifiers and equidistant from each, with both 
amplifiers facing you. 
To see which effects are 
in stereo, refer to the 
descriptions in chapter 
10. 
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