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You are probably trying to connect passive speakers to line out level outputs, therefore the low acoustic level. What you need is a four channels power amplifier with 4 ohms speakers outputs.


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The lower speaker impedance would cause a larger demand from the amp, but that's not a huge mismatch, and not likely to damage anything if you stay in normal bounds. No one can guarantee anything, but this seems fairly safe to me. Remember too that speaker impedance is a nominal value and will vary a lot over the range of frequencies. If you can get an ...


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I use iRig pro to connect higher end microphones or condensers into my phone. It runs off AA batteries and can provide phantom 48 Volts to the microphones. I adjust gain on iRig pro and the audio comes into the phone video pretty seamlessly. Its made for iPhone, but it comes with a usb A adapter so it will probably work with other brands as well if you have ...


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The audio software is not impressed by phantom power except when you turn it on/off when already recording. In which case its peak detection might be seriously off when normalizing your tracks unless you cut out the resulting spikes. Hardware, however, namely input circuits and microphones might be less happy. Again, this has very little to do with the ...


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I'm not sure if you're intending to produce music for a living or because you'd enjoy the creative aspects of it, but speaking as someone who's done both it sounds to me like either you have little regard for the genre or are assuming that everyone else does. In short: Yes, there is a need to be talented. Why would there not be? Any sucessful career ...


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If it sounds like from a tin can, tunnel, or outer space (whatever you mean by that) then there's something really wrong. It could be a lot of causes; one plausible is that you have an almost-feedback. Monitoring the mic through your surround system while recording is of course problematic because sound from the speakers keeps getting back in the mic. In the ...


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There is more to mixing than gear. Out of the box, even good sound is going to sound funny and off, even if you have everything setup correctly. At a minimum you need to equalize a microphone to have it sound decent and you really probably want to be applying some dynamics to it as well. The problem you are experiencing may be related to your setup or ...


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The best available bluetooth technology currently available is bluetooth 4.0. As I presume you are already aware, Bluetooth technology is designed with data transfer at its heart and might not cater to audiophile requirements, such as higher sample rates. I've found a small receiver that might meet your requirements, perhaps if only as an interim solution: ...


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This a sound design forum, concerning the edit and mix of sound/music in sync to picture or images. Your question, although stated clearly is not exactly a topic of interest to most users. Have you considered contacting the website of your setup/brand? happy new year


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If you are happy with the sound you get from a smartphone or PC , I would argue you'd be happy with an all-in-one. I don't think the "22w" the Onkyo says it'll provide would be enough for a pair of speakers that would do the dynamic range and fidelity of classical music justice , especially as a subwoofer isn't a good-match for classical music so won't be ...


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