I'm running an Audiobox 1818vsl 8 channel mixer through Cubase 5, I have a Head Amp Pro 6 channel headphone amp, a MXL 3000 microphone, and M-Audio Studio Pro 8 speakers. My speakers are connected by connecting an audio cable from the main speaker (right), to the other speaker(left). I have to use the Audiobox as the driver in Cubase in order for me to record through it. The audiobox's speaker outputs are channeled left and right. I can't use my monitors because it only has one 1/8th inch jack output. So I just plugged it in the left output into the audiobox, but I only got sound out of the main speaker. So I took an AUX chord and ran it from the direct in on the headphone amp to the left main output on the audiobox. I plugged the monitors into channel 6 on the headphone amp and turned on mono-left, and it worked. But now I have to do this for every headphones I plug in. Here's the next issue. I went to test out the MXL 3000 mic. I opened a channel in Cubase matching channel one on the audiobox. With the Cubase monitor turned off, and the mic volume on the audiobox up, the mic sounded perfect. But everytime I got loud it clipped. When I turned the volume on the audiobox down i couldnt hear a thing. So i turned the monitor on in Cubase for it to get louder, and there's very bad audio latency. Can someone PLEASE tell the correct setup I need to do to make everything be plugged in the right way, and how to fix the audio latency??