Reddit mentions of 5 Channel Audio Mixer - DJ Sound Controller Interface with USB Soundcard for PC Recording, XLR 3.5mm Microphone Jack, 18V Power, RCA Input and Output for Professional and Beginners - Pyle PAD20MXU

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5 Channel Audio Mixer - DJ Sound Controller Interface with USB Soundcard for PC Recording, XLR 3.5mm Microphone Jack, 18V Power, RCA Input and Output for Professional and Beginners - Pyle PAD20MXU
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RECORD AND CONNECT TO PC: This personal mixer has a USB soundcard and audio interface to record and connect to MAC or PC and it has universal digital audio file compatibility. Can be used by beginners or studio professional applicationsLOW NOISE DESIGN: This portable 5 channel DJ console sound controller mixer has an ultra-low noise design with high headroom. It can mix, blend and create music with any audio equipment. It is extremely musical with 2-band EQ and Pan on each channel5 CHANNELS: The device caters multiple device connectivity because it has 5 channels. It has 1 XLR / 1/4'' jack combo microphone input, 2 RCA stereo Inputs and 2 1/8'' (3.5mm) stereo output plus monitor jacksLED INDICATOR LIGHTS: The recording mixer has LED indicator lights and audio signal clips for user convenience. It has input selection, knobs, master volume controls, independent channel balance and high, plus, low-frequency adjustment18V PHANTOM POWER: For the reliable power source, this DJ mixer comes with an 18V Phantom power supply. Includes USB wall adapter power supply and connection cable. It even has an integrated rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery with 500mAh 3.7V

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u/SCHMITTAY · 3 pointsr/buildapc

As I understand it, you have your PC currently outputting two separate audio signals: one to the streaming monitor, the second to the gaming monitor. This could be possible if you have a sound card or high-end mobo that outputs both a headphone and a speaker signal on two separate 3.5 mm audio jacks. Simply use two 3.5mm audio cables, and plug one cable into one monitor, and the other cable into the second monitor.

Alternatively, if you have just one 3.5 mm audio jack, you could "daisy chain" the signal from one monitor to the next using splitters like this however, using this method would cut the signal strength in half for each splitter you use, and the audio on each line would be exactly the same. You would have to compensate for the loss of signal strength by increasing the volume significantly.

A third option, which may be advisable if you are REALLY into streaming, would be to get yourself an audio mixing board like This. This would allow you to have precise control over all of your audio signals, including microphone and several additional channels of audio that your mobo was not designed to handle. Best part is, it is a physical control separate from your PC, making controlling your audio signals on the fly a breeze.

u/ItWasDumblydore · 3 pointsr/bapcsalescanada

It really just has the problem of being way to expensive for quality it outputs. It's pretty much at the price point where a cheap xlr mic + usb mixer is way better, and oh dear fucking lord if you're planning to record while using the keyboard. That shockmount is way to expensive. Your only alternative is the second shock mount for 50$

https://www.amazon.ca/Blue-Microphones-RADIUS-II-Microphone-Shock/dp/B00TTQLA50/ref=sr_1_2?s=musical-instruments&ie=UTF8&qid=1511840959&sr=1-2&keywords=shock+mount+blue+yeti

https://www.amazon.ca/Auphonix-SM-1-Shock-Mount-Microphone/dp/B01BFY6AEO/ref=sr_1_3?s=musical-instruments&ie=UTF8&qid=1511840959&sr=1-3&keywords=shock+mount+blue+yeti

If you're using it for recording while using the keyboard or voice chat while using the keyboard you want a shock mount. So it really becomes 150-180$ Setup vs

https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B009GU4UHY/ref=s9u_simh_gw_i3?ie=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B009GU4UHY&pd_rd_r=995251d7-d3f0-11e7-8cdf-51a46fae6b0a&pd_rd_w=I857u&pd_rd_wg=YdTFw&pf_rd_m=A3DWYIK6Y9EEQB&pf_rd_s=&pf_rd_r=06KHXHH3APYM9C1XY537&pf_rd_t=36701&pf_rd_p=07871b8e-d32a-4963-b98f-ba712077f7f5&pf_rd_i=desktop

63$

https://www.amazon.ca/Neewer-Professional-Broadcasting-Microphone-Adjustable/dp/B00XOXRTX6/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_product_top?ie=UTF8

50$

XLR to XLR cable is around 10-15$

that goes to 128$ but you can upgrade the mic later on.

u/jon36992002 · 2 pointsr/Bass

If you are just trying to practice, your choices are headphones or an amp. Your laptop speakers will almost certainly not have the low end you'll need to practice effectively.

If you need to practice with people, you'll obviously want to go through an amp, but there are a few ways to practice with headphones that are worth considering:

  1. There are some small preamps that are contained in a plug for just this purpose. People in this thread have already mentioned the Amplug and the [MiniPlug] (http://www.ebay.com/itm/NUX-GP-1-Mini-Electric-Guitar-Plug-Headphone-Amp-Built-in-Distortion-Effect-/141415319762?). The sound will not be fantastic, and you won't have much tone control, but it will get the job done.

  2. There are a lot of bass preamps available which are made for recording, running direct into a PA, or for use with a power amp. All of these will have headphone outs, and they are designed to give you all the tone control you would expect from an amp. I use an SWR Grand Pre, I have a friend who uses a Hartke VXL and there are many others out there worth considering.

  3. You could use an audio interface with your mac. This will be a little slower to set up, and require you to learn to work with garage band, but you will have the added bonus of being immediately be capable of recording. You will also be able to experiment with digital effects. I used an M-Audio FastTrack for years, and even recorded a demo on it, but there are some cheaper options out there.
u/theninjaseal · 1 pointr/FL_Studio

Looks like it has an unbalanced 1/8" stereo output so all you should need is a male to male TRS cable (aka aux cord) and some kind of interface/adapter for the laptop.

If it has seperate mic in and headphone outs then all you need is the TRS cable, but you wot have a stereo recording. If you have a 4-pin combo jack (like an iPhone) then you'll need at least something like this. Again, mono input.

CablesOnline 3.5mm TRRS Male to Dual TRRS Female Stereo 4-Pole Splitter Cable (IP-Y02) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00IKMSMWI/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_utfXzbD46H7XP

Or you can get a cheapass interface that has stereo line input like this one, so the only cable you would need is 1/8" TRS to dual RCA.

5-CHANNEL professional compact audio mixer with USB interface https://www.amazon.com/dp/B009GU4UHY/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_RyfXzbJWV3E9P

u/SoundAdvisor · 1 pointr/sounddesign

Looks like your post got pulled by mods. I can continue to advise, but heres my reply to your last msg fwiw:

>Can I bypass a mixer and go direct to amps?

Kinda. You can plug direct into your "main" amplifier (as if it were Left-Right), but you may experience pops and more noises if you connect/disconnect anything while the amps are on, since you cant mute. You also remove any EQ or fader control when you remove the mixer, so you would be dependent on the playback device controls.

From there you can use the "through" outputs on the back of said amp, to jump signal to the next amp and so on.
This is "daisy changing" the signal that feeds the amps, but is obviously dependent on the amp connections. Youll probably need a handful of adapters as well.

Jumping speakers together can be tricky, because they need to have similar power and resistance requirements. Unless you understand OHM loads, cable gauges, and peak vs RMS wattages, I wouldn't recommend "daisy chaining" speakers. That's one of the most common mistakes that can cause bad sound or damage if done incorrectly. This stuff is why sound engineering is a job that takes years to master.

Get something like the Yamaha MG06 or this Behringer or this Pyle.

Sound/build quality are pretty much the same under about $300. Which is another way to say on the cheap side.
Even if you bought a $12,000 console, its all for not if your PA isnt set up correctly.

Purchasing a cheap submixer would leave over $100 left in your budget. Thats plenty to pay someone to show you how to set it up, and youll probably have beer money left over.