Originally Posted by Spectrephonic
That's why the Stereo Splitter has a mono function, easy to check.
It doesn't work that way. You'll still need to collapse the stereo info to mono to fully mono check. The stereo splitter is like a M/S encoder that takes your signal and splits it to mid and side (mono and stereo they call it in that RE) signals. Again to fully mono check you'll still need to collapse the both mid and side together to check your mix in mono. Believe me your doing a mono check wrong if that's how you think you should check your mix in mono.