Let's say I have 2 mics (2 dynamic mics so no phantom power required), they're XLR mics so they take up a XLR slot on my interface (Behringer UMC22). I only have 1 XLR slot and 1 instrument slot (for guitar, bass etc) so only one can be plugged in. I found a converter online that converts XLR cables to instrument cable, can I use this to plug one of those mics into the instrument cable port? Or is it not going to work? They don't require phantom power.
The laptop has an 1/8" combination mic/headphone jack. Commonly used for headset mics for gaming. Im presuming this is a trrs connector.
Im thinking i can hooking up my sure beta 57 to it via one of the adapters in the link below. Im just wondering if i should expect this to work.
Otherwise ill have to dig out my 11r and tabketop rack, or order a basic interface.
Having an issue with my Focusrite Scarlett Solo Gen 2 2i2.
I have tested both my microphone and the cable on a separate audio interface and have found them to work. I believe I have isolated the issue to the interface. Upon connection of an XLR cable, the input level led signal is flickering/flashing all over the place.
Any ideas on what the issue could be? Thinking about taking it into a local parts electrician to see if they would know. Any more information needed? Attached is a video of the issue.
this is pretty cool stuff. seems like a pretty painless way to patch into the world of Ethernet, without sacrificing your analog toys. max sample rates 96k, 48k on the usb one, but that's noes an issue for most things. id love to see an 8 channel, and ultra high sample rate model soon, for audiophiles and home theater applications. wifi support cant be too far away either. these little devices really simplify audio distribution.
Our local shop have mostly "Klotz" cables My204 and MY206. I need two as connection route is the following:
Interface CL-1 Microphone
Options based on current stock:
* 2m MY204 + 2m My204, Amphenol AX connectors
* 1m MY206 + 3m My206, Neutrik XX connectors
Any preference? Price is approx. the same.
I have a very simple question regarding the Zoom R16 XLR combo input jacks.
The Zoom R16 documentation appears to state that when you use an XLR connection to the combo jack, it is a balanced signal. The documentation is not so clear on whether the 1/4" port provides a balanced TRS connection. If I could find a schematic of the input bus for the R16, the answer would be easy to see.