Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I work at my church and need help with connecting an audio feed from the sanctuary to the fellowship hall where tvs are located. I am running a 1/4" cable out of the soundboard and into a female 1/4" audio cable (red, white, black, and green wires). From there the cable goes about 50 ft to a S-Video/RCA Audio 1 in 4 Amp and splits off to each tv. My problem is there is a major buzzing that overpowers the audio for the services.
The female 1/4" has the red wire soldered to the connector and the black and green soldered as a ground. I found a splice that only had the black connected to the black and the white connected to the white. And for the RCA connector I have the red soldered to the red connector with white as ground and the black soldered to the black connector with green as ground.
Can you help me stop the buzzing noise and bring clear sound to the tvs?
I think you should buy a video sender. It will take audio from your audio console and send wireless to a free channel to any free TV channel. No cables!
Here's one on ebay:
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