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Questions about "The Ghost"

Discussion in 'Pro Audio Equipment' started by soundsbig, Apr 10, 2005.

  1. soundsbig

    soundsbig Guest

    Hi there my name is Stephen. I've been hanging out for a while getting some great info and finally registered today.
    I think I've read all the posts by fellow Ghost owners and I've got a couple questions.
    When you solo a channel to check the input level, do you need the meterbridge to get an accurate read on individual channels? How do you set the PFL/AFL trim in the master section? Is that trim actually connected to the input level or just a measure of output?
    Would the 32 channel meterbridge work on a 24?
    Does the 275 PS unmodified make a big difference in sound and noise?

    Thats a lot of questions. I'd appreciate any insights from my fellow Ghost owners.

  2. Davedog

    Davedog Distinguished Member

    Dec 10, 2001
    Pacific NW
    Heres a brief summary....The PFL/AFL level control is output to the monitors....The meter bridge helps always but your ears are the best at revealing the truth...A PDF file of the owners manual is available at the Soundcraft site, if you already have one ,read it thouroughly it is very good.The PS275 supply is the only one I would own...the others just dont have enough juice for how I run things(HOT...ie: everything is louder than everything else) I have no idea about the meterbridges matching up....Soundcraft is your best source for some of these questions.The best thing you can do for a Ghost is to have the master section modified.This makes for a much better sounding board.Do a search for this on google.There are several techs in the US doing these mods and even more so now that the DAW revolution is the real deal.Many folks are finding their Ghost to be more than adequate for digital music production especially with the mods.

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