XLS DriveCore 2 Series - Link/Out functionality 1/4" Jack
I own (6) XLS1002 amps and (2) XLS2002 amps. I have a few questions in order to use them to their full potential:
On the back of the XLS series amps, there is a 1/4" jack that is labeled Link/Out. The literature states that this can be used as a standard Line Input, implying that the user has the option between RCA, 1/4", and XLR. Is the Link/Out truly a 1/4" Line Input jack?
As the Link/Out name implies, it appears to also be a Line Out, which can daisy chain the original input signal (from RCA or XLR) and pass that to another Crown XLS amp. Is the 1/4" jack also a signal output jack, regardless of the other Line Input (RCA, XLR) that the user has chosen?
If I am running inputs into the XLR jacks and I want to mirror (daisy-chain) that same input signal to other Crown XLS amps, would I use a 1/4" --> 1/4" cable between them? Or, is that not safe? What are the options for daisy-chaining amps? Can the 1/4" jack (Link/Out) be connected to another XLS amp's 1/4" Link/Out jack, to the RCA, or the XLR? Which options are safe and provide the best sound?
Do the XLS series amps start rolling off at 30hz or can the Low/Band Pass be set below that so that we can have the amp's full potential down below 20hz into the 16-18hz range? Do you have any charts that show falloff rates?