[AG-TECH] Headsets on Gentner
olson at mcs.anl.gov
Mon Mar 5 15:21:01 CST 2001
At 02:16 PM 3/5/2001 -0700, Don Morton wrote:
>I think I've seen this at the FL - I want to maintain a
>headset (with mic) that works independently of the other
>mics and the main speakers (i.e. the headsets work
>when all the other stuff is turned on, and they also work
>when all the other stuff is turned off).
We've done it with headsets, not yet with mics.
>The "mad scientist" in me looks at the Gentner matrix and thinks,
>maybe naively, that, for
> Connect to something like Input B on the Gentner and route it
> to Output A (like) the other mics
You probably want a mic input, just in case it picks up speaker audio (so
you get cancellation).
> Connect to something like Output B on the Gentner, and
> have that routed from the Input A (same place the PA
> gets its audio).
>This seems a little "too easy" and I know I"m not considering
>things like impedance matching, maybe blowing out my headphone
>speakers (or my ears), etc........
Blowing out headphones isn't a problem, just watch the levels.
Impedance matching might be an issue; as may bias/phantom power
requirements for the mic. I'd start with turning off phantom power for the
input, if you're plugging into a mic input.
>Did I ever tell y'all about the radios I've fried while serving
>as an electronics tech in the Air Force? :)
Cool! You're hired!
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