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Looks like a K6 + ME 66 Sennheiser system. https://en-us.sennheiser.com/k6-modular-microphone-system-omni-directional-cardioid-short-gun-long-gun


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Welcome to Sound Design. Does your PC have a combined TRRS headphone/microphone socket? Older PCs may have separate sockets for headphones and microphone. The fact that your headset was supplied with a cable with a TRS plug suggests that the headset jack (socket) only provides an analog connection to the earpieces not the microphone. You could try a TRRS-...


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Let me approach this by sneaking up on it from a different direction:) Take a bass guitar. Low E is about 41Hz. Most people know what that sounds like & how it works when you hear it on records, etc. Let's take a famous example. Queen - Another One Bites the Dust. Now this famous opening bass riff to all intents & purposes is in F - though if you ...


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First off… pros don't just decide they want to turn their amp up halfway through a gig. That's what sound crews are for; there's one guy whose job it is to make sure everyone on stage can hear themselves clearly. That aside, at a large gig it wouldn't make the slightest difference front of house. There's not really a great deal of the actual amp's volume ...


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Not easy. Probably not very good. I would try by setting up a number of mics spaced around the room, the more the better. Perhaps hanged from the ceiling. The mixer operator would need to select the closest mic depending on the speaker (more mics makes it more difficult for the mixer operator) .


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It is almost impossible to do this well in venues that are not custom designed (such as modern meeting rooms with sound treatment) - and even then it is very expensive for any large space such as the area you have, which is why the majority of events and venues use roaming mics or boom mics, and the presenter should always repeat the question for the benefit ...


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There are as many ways to mic a piano as there are sound engineers. Using what you have, here are some ideas - this is not comprehensive, it's just to get you thinking outside the box. With all of these, distance from source can make huge differences in the end result. Your room might sound far more reverberant than you expect once you start miking up. You ...


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The answer from Steve Urban is spot on! If the signal can go from the source and into my console with the levels I expect, and the resulting sound is okay the cable is good enough. This has been my experience from live settings for the past 20 years or so. Whenever I need new cables I want Neutrik plugs, but don't really care about the cable. I'll go for ...


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