Posted on Feb 16, 2005 11:42 am
Member Since: Feb 16, 2005
i just purchase a behringer ub1202 mixer. it has (4) mono channels with either xlr or 1/4" inputs. it has an additional (4) 1/4" L&R stero inputs. all 1/4" inputs are either balanced or unbalanced.
i have sattelite radio, 1/8" stereo output (headphone). when i plug the 1/4" stereo plug from the radio into the mixer, the sound is muddled. if i pull out the cable a little bit, i get clear sound from both channels. same scenario if i plug into the left input of the stereo channel. is that a stereo signal i am getting? should i be using 1/4" mono jacks? help!
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Feb 16, 2005 11:46 am welcome to HRC, i've been lookin' for you! lol
yeah you're gonna need a cable that goes from 1/8" stereo to two (2) 1/4" mono plugs, Hosa makes a nice one for under 10 bucks....you're gonna have to plug into two seperate channels on your mixer and pan each hard left and right.
Feb 16, 2005 02:27 pm thanks, not to be stupid but do i put two (2) 1/4" mono plugs into one stereo channel (L&R) or two separate mono channels.
Since: Feb 16, 2005
on my mixer ub1202, when i plug my headphones into the mixer it doesn't cancel the sound to the speakers. how come?
i have a blue sky monitor system and i plug two rca's into the tape out from the blue sky amp. where should i plug my computer 1/8" from the sound card?
i don't understand the "control room out", main out and fx. any help?
Feb 16, 2005 02:55 pm you could do either, i'd stick them into the stereo ins...
your headphones has a seperate volume knob than your speakers...you should be able to pull the main volume fader down and still hear in your headphones...i think.....most have a monitor volume know, i guess that's what the control room is on your mixer, so try pluggin' your speakers into the control room output and see if that helps...
use the 1/4" main outs to go to your computer's 1/8" LINE input...
you're gonna hafta buy some cables to get this all hooked up right, but don't worry, it'll work
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