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Re: stereo needs code
The radio will have to be removed from the car dashboard .Then please quote the MAKE + MODEL of your radio plus ALL the LETTERS and NUMBERS on any LABELS , BARCODES or STAMPED IN THE METAL CASING. Also quote the MAKE of CAR it is fitted into. Please note: Not all stereo codes can be calculated from the Serial Number
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The battery has to generate quite a bit of power to energise the plates in a condenser mic. So wasting energy by powering an LED when it's not really needed is a bad idea. The light 'blinks' to confirm that you switched it properly. After that, it will only blink again when you move the power switch to OFF unless there's some battery warning indication built in.
As for the mic not working; most of the time this is down to poor quality or broken cables; or incorrect connections; or the wrong settings on the receiver or mixing console.
I would connect the 2 pianos to 1-2 and 3-4 (assuming you want to use the stereo outputs on the pianos.)
The computer I would connect to the stereo input named 5-6. You will need a 1/4" stereo jack here. Just like the one you find on old headphones.
You could also have the pianos in mono, and use channels 1 and 2, and then connect the computer to 3-4.
Connect your monitor speakers to L-R out.
See page 5 in the manual for a diagram:
Your computer goes where it says "effects" on the diagram.
Hope that helps!
The MV-P162U is a stereo mic designed to plug into a JVC professional
camcorder. dates from the 1990's and was very expensive.If the 6 pin
plug has not been cut off, and you can get a socket to fit, then going
clockwise around pins (or wiring side of socket) from the locator. 1) R phase + 2) +8V supply 3) -ve supply/gnd 4) L phase + 5) L phase - 6) R phase - suggest
a small breakout box. tested it with a 9v battery - the drain is 14ma.
could run from 12v via a 285 ohm (approx) resistor with a 47uf cap
across the mic supply.
Mine also would not play back on any of the channels but would record. The problem was on the lower board, capacitors C105, C205, C305 and C405, all are 220uF, rated at 10V - on a 9V machine! All four went leaky, which meant that the op-amps each were connected to got a bias which drove the output to 8.5V and no output. I replaced all four capacitors with new ones rated at 25V and it works again!
You generally need two microphones to record in stereo. If you have only one microphone to use, you have to make sure that the pan pot for the channel you are plugged into is set in the center of its range.
I have similar problems with inputing stereo sound. How do you know your mic port on the PC is set for stereo? What kind of a cable are you using? If it is an XLR, the connection is pure mono. Maybe you need a TRS cable, which looks like a 1/4 inch jack but is really stereo.
Maybe you need a stereo mini. Usually a cable mismatch is the problem.
Is your phantom power supply passing stereo? All the ones I have seen are mono. You may need two.
Is your sound capture set for stereo? Are the input level controls set correctly for equal volume on left or right channel?
I would try the mic with a regular amplifier to insure both channels are working. Then trace the signal from mic to power supply and power supply to computer.
Your preamp needs to have 1/4" output jacks which channel all of the mic inputs into these two outs. This isn't typically how a mic preamp is set up however. They often will have 2 ADAT outs which output all the inputs in stereo or some other configuration. You may have one that can do this, but if not you'll probably end up needing some kind of basic external mixer which can handle all of the individual outs from your preamp through the mixer's inputs and then you'd run the main outputs from your mixer into the two inputs on your Tascam DP-01.
Alternatively you could load your stereo instrumental track into a wav editor, then export each stereo track as a separate mono wav file which you can transfer via usb into you DP-01 and then on you DP-01 import those wav files into two separate tracks which you can pan hard left and hard right so they are in stereo.