Question about JBL On Stage Micro Portable Speaker Dock for Apple iPod - Black
I want to hook up an IPOD to a professional sound equipment. I have access to this equipment and want to compile a playlist on my IPOD for a party. What equipment do I need to have to do this..... Are there any impedience issues that I need to be concerned about, etc...
Shouldn't really need any equipment. You can use a RCA to 1/4" phono adapters.
One for the right and one for left.
If you mixing console already has RCA input then you don't need an adapter.
Make sure you set the volume level on your ipod around 1/4 to 1/2 way up and then turn up the channels your piped into. If the faders don't give you enough gain (volume) then turn up the ipod I bit more. Just watch your imput signal and make sure your not clipping or the sound will be distorded.
Should be straight forward.
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