I could really use some help, I have a
- Behringer MINIMIX MIX800,
- Behringer MINIAMP AMP800,
- Audio-Technica BPHS1 Headphone Mic, running
- Windows 8.1. with a
- Sound Blaster X-Fi Xtreme Audio, a
- Curtis Mathis 5.1 Surround System.and using
- Vituraldub to record
How would you set these up, cause right now my set up is not working right, the music sucks, my voice on the mic is like coming from a tin can or tunnel, or outer space.I even turn off the sound system to only get sound through my phones, makes no difference, its bot the same.
Thank you Josh, and everyone else. first as to what I want it for. I have a You Tube channel basically for Christian music and Bible topics.
My goal is to reach out. As to my set up now. The Mix800 is wired from the out to the input on the Amp800. the input from the mixer goes to the link out on the Amp800. The link out from the Amp800 goes to the blue port on the soundcard, that is the headphone, the input from the mixer goes to line out 1 split with the front and mixer of the sound system green port.
The five ports go as to the current wiring is blue port headphones, green port front and mixer with using a split connection, nothing is in the gray port, the orange port is the center and subwoofer, the black port is the rear left and right of the sound system.
As to the mic I am using, not a cheap one, high quality, Audio- Technica BPSHS1, which is plugged into a patch cord in the mixer split to both channels to achieve left and right channel. First I am a newbe as to if Behringer is good or not, I have no idea, I was suggested to this setup, I have seen it on you tube with great sound and capabilities. I just would like to be able to do my music which is going through the mixer using music files and my voice.
So being new, I am just learning. I know the equipment I have should do what I want it to do. The Sound BlasterX-Fi Xtreme Audio is putting out great sound to the 5.1, it rocks. I just know it should be going through the mixer the same way, Yes its cheap as to my budget, however cheap don't mean junk, and before ordering the Behringer equipment I read many reviews, those were very reliable. I hope this is explains my full setup at the present, and not being real technical I do learn fast.
Again thanks to everyone.