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by dazzathedrummer » Tue Apr 08, 2014 12:56 pm
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Hugh Robjohns wrote:Active or passive? Budget? (I hope it''m not that sure at the moment, I''ve got a Focusrite Saffire Pro 40 with a Behringer ADA8000 hooked up to it via ADAT which gives me 16 mic inputs - this is more than adequate for regular recording but for live work where the whole band is mic''t ideal and it would be simpler and quicker to use a mic splitter.
Somebody did mention to me that I could use the line-outs of the devices.....I''t there be latency?), but I''s just for recording my own band).
I guess the question is; On a scale of Maplin to Jensen, what would be the cheapest transformer that I could get away with in order to achieve a decent enough sound quality?
by Hugh Robjohns » Wed Apr 09, 2014 9:59 am
by MarkOne » Wed Apr 09, 2014 2:05 pm
dazzathedrummer wrote:I have to take a split out of each channel by putting a TRS partially into each channel insert of the PA desk.
Hugh Robjohns wrote:(quote snipped from another thread entirely)
You need a TRS plug for the insert end, which has been wired internally with the tip contact linked directly to the ring contact. That maintains the channel''t know of any ready-made cables wired this way, but they might exist. It''re best off getting your feed from splitters , as early in the chain as possible.
by Hugh Robjohns » Wed Apr 09, 2014 3:46 pm
dazzathedrummer wrote:So, if I understand this correctly, can I take a regular TRS to TRS cable and join the tip and ring at one end?.....so, tip to tip, ring to ring, sleeve to sleeve but tip and ring joined at one end?
by Mike Stranks » Wed Apr 09, 2014 5:02 pm