|sleepy_monkey ||01-31-2014 09:08 AM |
Mono Aux, need out of both side if IEM
So I have an Aux A and Aux B. I am using Aux A to feed my IEM via a cable for now. I am getting sound out of only the left side but want sound out of both sides. Probably an easy fix....adapter?
|modulusman ||01-31-2014 09:31 AM |
Can't help without knowing what IEM system you are using?
|sleepy_monkey ||01-31-2014 09:40 AM |
Board is an Alesis Multimix 16 channel 2.0.
I am not using an IEM system, just the earbuds.
|bassmeknik ||01-31-2014 09:45 AM |
Create/buy a "stereo to mono" adapter for the signal either at the earbuds or anywhere in the signal chain you can bridge the two channels feeding your earbuds
|bassmeknik ||01-31-2014 09:54 AM |
Not knowing the specific brand/model etc.. I cannot give specific recommendations, However most earbuds I have seen have a 3.5mm stereo (3 circuit) phone plug. Paralleling here will half the impedance seen by the earbuds amp so that may be unworkable for some systems, however if it is still within the operating range of the amp it will give what you desire.
If paralleling the earbuds won't do then a patch cord or adapter should be able to be connected at your mixer so the dead channel (earbud) gets the signal sent from the other (working) earbud.
|sleepy_monkey ||01-31-2014 10:01 AM |
Earbuds are Shure SCL3. 3.5mm stereo.
|bassmeknik ||01-31-2014 10:10 AM |
Re-reading your first post the patch cable should be modified to send signal to both ears, this can be purchased or diy'ed.
|bassmeknik ||01-31-2014 10:14 AM |
I'm pretty sure this will this do what you want. http://www.mcmelectronics.com/product/27-320
your stereo buds will plug in to the adapter and the male end of the adapter goes to your board (adapt to 1/4" or whatever the board Aux out is)...
The end result is you are trying to send a mono signal from the Aux out to a stereo earbud. Send the earbud signal to both ears with some kind of adapter.
|sleepy_monkey ||01-31-2014 01:13 PM |
Thanks! Found one on Amazon too
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