Graham Nye
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What (and how) UHF receiver should I buy?
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The manual for this device states it provides stereo line out (>250mV) on a pair of RCA (phono) connectors. If the microphone signal is routed to the line out you can record that with no need for a ...

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Looking for aux cable that splits surround into standard left/right/ground cables
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Welcome to Sound Design. The three audio input jacks on the subwoofer are each two channel 3.5 mm TRS (tip-ring-sleeve) connections colour-coded according to the PC 99 standard: Lime Green - Front ...

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Can I drive additional headphones from a Monitor Out of my audiointerface without damaging them?
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Your headphones should be safe plugged into the monitor sockets but you're unlikely to hear much. The monitor sockets are intended to feed an amplifier or amplified speakers with a medium input ...

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How to record a multi-host podcast with a dedicated microphone on an iPad
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Welcome to Sound Design. Your co-host will need to use headphones/earpods, etc to stop your voice interfering with their voice. You can use a TRRS splitter to combine the microphone and headphone ...

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One channel cutting out when splitting to two devices
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Welcome to Sound Design. Your bass amp is mono. The 1/4" input jack is mono. When you plug in to the 1/4" jack it shorts out your right channel so you lose the sound in the right channel of ...

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What changes are need before using my sound on social media?
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What changes (in sound terms) should I have to do (in any audio software after recording) to get better sound? There are no technical problems with your recording that need fixing. I'm afraid I'm the ...

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Looking to wire a music room with Neutrix combo jacks, and have a question
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I am not sure if "daisy chaining" the two connectors will cause me any problems It could cause some confusion if one of your musicians need to use 2 XLRs or 2 ¼" jacks. However another ...

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power density and dBm
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The -60 is compensating for T being measured in μs rather the s of your first equation.

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XLR/TRS Combo Input jacks on a powered PA speaker
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Does that mean it accepts a male XLR connector (XLR/TRS Combo Input)? Yes. XLR/TRS Combo jacks are female. (It's difficult to see how a combined male XLR/TRS plug would work mechanically.) So a ...

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Can a microphone suddenly stop picking child voices
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If your parents report they can't hear their son then they can't hear him, whatever some random website says about your microphone. You could try setting background noise suppression to low in the ...

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Force use Headset's microphone over AUX
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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 ...

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Weird hissing/static sound from dynamic microphone
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It might be faulty. However I have the same microphone which I use with a Behringer UM2 interface. The mic is considerably less sensitive than an electret/condenser mic (which has a built-in pre-amp) ...

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BM-800 sound quality question
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I've used a BM-800 with a Behringer UM2 for recording speech for a talking newspaper (using Audacity). The readers are a couple of feet away from the microphone and hiss isn't a problem for this ...

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is there a way to have NOICE CANCELLATION through a secondary mic
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Welcome to SD.SE. It's difficult to make noise cancellation work so adding a second microphone, possibly of a different type to the first, and hoping your computer will cancel noise when combining ...

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proper way to control a condenser microphone volume
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In a recording studio there's a recording engineer sorting out the gain levels so the singer doesn't have to step back. I agree with ghellquist's answer so do that first. Is your mic XLR cable plugged ...

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