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I took the screws out of the XLR connectors on the MAIN MIXER OUTPUT CABLE and the wires matched each end of the cable on how they are soldered to the plugs.
This cable is therefore, wired correctly.
Now I need to double check the cable that comes out of the DSP9024. As I said, this is the cable that feeds the computer’s soundcard and also the RCA inputs of the transmitter.
What should be happing here is this, the cable starts off with an XLR connector on each cable, one cable is left, the other is right.
At this XLR connector is a two conductor female RCA plug, it is tied to hot and shield, an RCA cable connects to this, which runs to the record sound card of the automated computer, for the on-line feed, there is a duplicate set up on the other cable for the other stereo channel which feeds to the computer’s 3/8″ stereo jack input, red is right, white is left and then shield is of course ground. At the other end of this 3 conductor wire is a RCA plug, which feeds the transmitter’s RCA jack input. The other cable duplicates this to feed the other stereo channel. I have the HOT and COLD wires tied together here on each plug and thus the HOT and COLD are then also tied on the 3/8″ plug as well. The SHIELDs of both cables at the RCA plugs are tied to the ground side of the plug, this is repeated on the other cable as well for the other stereo channel into the stereo transmitter. Red is right and white is the left channel.