@Handinon They make it with red LEDs as well but I don't like red light. I specifically wanted white. I got the dimmest one they sold. Superbrightleds.com sells a dimmer for $20, I've just been too lazy to buy it.
I was feeding the X32 one wired mic, one wireless mic, and the MC6000 output.I'm a stickler for good audio, especially for toasts/speeches/announcements, which is why I bought the board.
I use the low cut filers, gate, compressor, and PEQ on the mics. The MC6000 audio is unprocessed.
The output is on two faders, one for the tops and one for the subs. This gives me quick access to control the sub volume, which is important to me. It also allows me to easily set delays on the tops or the subs when needed.
Lastly it gives me the outputs for delay stacks, second room, and recording feeds. I can configure those outputs to have whatever I want sent to them. For instance the delays might only get the microphones sent to them.
All of this can also be controlled from my iPad, which is great for setup.
The whole setup you see here took 2.5 hours to setup and 1 hr to teardown with one helper. I'm still working on making that faster.