Question about Trident JT-306A Microphone
I have a JVC RX-D206B receiver and I want to connect this wireless mic that I got for Christmas.
Thanks, so much and I already kind of tried that. What I mean is that... it does not have the standard output RCA cable, instead it only has a one prong cord (it is a larger, headphone (like) cable with one big prong on each end). I tried to plug it into the headphone (output) on the JVC which of course didn't work. This is the only place to plug directly into the stereo JVC receiver. So I went to Radio Shack (they are so not techie), they talked me into a stereo to mono converter. It converts from the one big prong to the 2 red/white RCA prongs. I plugged the one prong end to the Trident Mic receiver, then took an RCA cable and plugged that into the other end of the converter then into the DBS port on the JVC receiver, turned everything on and ta da nothing. However, I wondered about the color scheme and the Radio Shack guy said it didn't matter. I will go home and check the connection. I was pretty sure that I had to do something with the mode (your analog/digital comment). I will go home and check that, too.
Thanks for posting. It sure seems like it should work pretty easy, but so far no go.
I will post back, in the meantime, if you have anymore suggestions, please be sure to post.
Ciao and Much Appreciation,
Posted on Dec 31, 2007
I can't seem to find any technical details on the output specifications of the karaoke mic, but IF it outputs in consumer standard RCA format (a cable with two ends, one red and one white - often seen with a third yellow cable for video), then you should be able to plug it into the back of the receiver without trouble. Simply choose one of the audio connectors in the back to function as your microphone playback system - I suggest the DBS connector, unless you have a satellite system already plugged in.
Connect the Red RCA cable to the RIGHT channel port on your receiver and the White RCA cable to the LEFT channel (Red = Right). Now, select the DBS (or whatever port you plugged it into) using your receiver remote control. Hit the "ANALOG/DIGITAL" button on the remote until "ANALOG" mode is displayed.
If you want to connect the mics to a Karaoke system using the same receiver, simply unplug the White RCA cable from the Microphones, and plug in the White RCA cable from your karaoke device. Now, you'll get music playing from one side of the speakers, and mic playback from the other side, simulating the karaoke experience.
NOTE: If the microphones do not have a RCA plug on the back, please post a picture of the reverse of the Microphone receiver, and I will see what I can do to help you further.
Posted on Dec 30, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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