Hey guys my church about a month ago upgraded to the X32 system which meant we also got the P16m's and in ears. I picked up the Shure se215 to use with them and things just havent been right. I've never recorded before and I've never heard how my setup sounds mic'd apart from a floor wedge monitor but 90% of my volume was from the amp itself at the back of the stage. We're a small church so we've literally recorded from a cell phone for the past 3 years so I've never been able to hear what my guitar really sounds like out of the mains after being mic'd with an SM57 (the amp is behind a curtain at the back of the stage so it adds basically nothing to the house volume). I love the way my amp sounds in a room but I've always been leary about how its sounded mic'd. Our sound people have zero experience I've trained them as best as I could but I can only do so many jobs. With that being said after we switched to IEM's my guitar has sounded awful, just a muddy distorted mess. I was so frustrated and confused because it sounds so good in person in a room so I thought it was how I placed the mic or something, but it basically sounds like the gain is cranked so it was very distorted sounding. I checked the gain and mic placement and both are A Okay. Then, this past sunday we figured out how to record the mains from the X32 to a USB stick so I got to hear exactly how the guitar sounds and it sounds great nothing like the IEM experience. Therefore my questions are: - do I have faulty SE215's - does the P16m struggle with this sort of thing - is there a setting i'm missing that could cause this? I've tried messing with the EQ on the P16m but it does very little as far as I can tell. Thanks guys, im very frustrated because I have zero confidence playing when the sound in my ears is awful so its been rough! Hearing the main's actually sound good is reassuring but I can't pretend it actually sounds good while playing.