Separating Legs when configuring a Greybox in EAWPilot

Though Pilot will allow you to do this, it is not recommended.

When you load a greybox preset, it will allow you to assign the bi/tri amp products to any open channel assignments. Loading in this manner allows the LF/MF/HF to work together and make adjustments to each leg to optimize the speakers performance. The Pilot software knows, though there are separate drivers on each channel, that this is one speaker.

When you load only one leg of a bi/tri amped box on one channel, then other legs independently on another, the software does not know that these drivers are in the same box, which can cause complications and unpredictable performance.