The only configuration you can do with this mixer is one mic (or mono line-level signal) each on Channel 1 and 2; and the combined channel 3 & 4 input is good only for a stereo source, such as your Zara connection.
The USB socket is not a bidirectional bus to connect to a computer, but appears to be an internal player input that receives a…[Read more]
I do not have any tech advice for you but I would heartily encourage you to be LIVE as much and as often as possible. I realize that is a huge time-suck, but putting up a signal and then plugging the transmitter directly into a computer makes us no better than the sanitized commercial stations we are trying to combat.
If you cant be…[Read more]
The editor at Radio World is Paul McLane. If there’s a follow-up or an opposing viewpoint that any of us thinks is worthy of print, he’s the guy. Otherwise, we are just yelling at each other.
I suppose among my many questions is, What is a “family KTV”?
Beyond that though, there isn’t a lot of information to go by in your message. How many inputs does this mixer have? What sources are you plugging into it?
The only places I could find “mixer KTV” was on eBay and Amazon. If I know which model I should be looking at, I will be in a…[Read more]
Brett, the “you’re allowed to” clause is quite specific. For example, a licensed Amateur operator can use whatever radio means are necessary when a genuine emergency exists. But then the debate shifts to what a genuine emergency consists of: does a downed wire over on Elm Lane sparking in the street qualify? Probably not, but a swollen river…[Read more]