Not receiving a signal through headphones (unable to record!)
I was hoping someone might have a solution to the problem why I am unable to receive a signal through the headphone jack. (I have tested and tried multiple) and various headphones as well.
The motu works fine other wise I have a great signal sent out to my genelecs.
I have multiple quarter inch jacks as well...I am not sure what to do.
Thank you all for your time!
Re: Not receiving a signal through headphones (unable to...
Aha, I found the problem - just as I suspected - operator error.
You need to assign each audio track to Phones 1-2 in the tracks window.
If you have multiple tracks you want to send only to the phones - say your tracking and have to go back and forth between the mains and phones - bus all audio to an aux track, then you can use the output assignment on the aux track to go back and forth from phones to mains.
Flipping the Main Out switch on the 896 to phones only sends the output still to the main out and phone - the difference being that now the output to the mains is set to 0 db and the volume control controls the phone volume only.
I wish the switch just turned the mains off - seems that would have been more useful, and intuitive.
My dynaudios clip at -10, and all pad settings with the 896 set to Phones only. I guess I won't be using that switch.
Thanks MOTU tech support!
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Unfortunately, you can't connect Bluetooth speakers to this TV. You can connect a wired sound bar, home theater sound system (receiver and speakers) or wireless headphones with a wired based station (RCA or digital audio input from the TV's audio out). These wireless systems use RF or Bluetooth signals to the headphones. See this page, http://stereodevelopment.com/#what-are-wireless-tv-headphones , for a few models of wireless headphones that will be compatible with the D43-D1.
I wish that I had better news for you. You may be able to find an audio receiver that supports Bluetooth. However, these usually are Bluetooth devices, the same as the Bluetooth headphones. They can't pair and send a signal to your headphones.
Probably you won't be happy with my answer but sometimes happens. If won't sync, you can't do anything.. A question of "conflicts" and compatibility. I never could sync my LG headphones with my cellphone even if it did sync perfectly with a Samsung Galaxy III!
Are you still having problems recording live TV shows? You can try unplugging the receiver from the power outlet for 10 seconds and plug back in. This will make the receiver reboot and then acquire satellite signal. Once the acquisition is complete, a program guide download will take place. Allow the download and see if the receiver will allow you to record.
If it doesn't, then run a check switch test. Press your menu button to bring up the main menu. Press 6, 1, and 1 on the remote which will take you to the Point Dish screen. Upper right hand corner of TV screen is a button, "Check Switch". Maneuver to that button and select. You will now be at the "Installation Summary" screen. At the bottom of screen, select "Test" button. Allow the test to run. After completing, it will automatically take you back to installation summary screen. Check for any errors windows. Exit completely out of all menus till you are back to "Acquiring Satellite Signal". Allow program guide download after acquisition, then check if you can record.
1) Try to relocate sender, it might be receiving interference from nearby electronics. 2) Batteries might be low on the headphones, and is unable to receive signal from sender. Look at the manual, to see if there is a way to change the transmit channel on sender, and the headphones as well.
Hello depends on how you hook it up as thee are several ways.
many receivers will output sound through the headphone jacks even when the speakers are left on.(my receivers require that you manually turn speaker A off when using headphones)
it may be possible for you to connect the headphones to a tape output but this will require headphones that have a volume control on them or an external.volume control knob.. You may encounter a problem as I am not sure if a tape output will provide enough signal to drive a pair of headphones. this would not be a problem if you use a pair of WIRELESS headphones as they have their own power source onboard..
A set of wireless headphones could also easily be connected to the output on the back of the TV but assuming you have your receiver plugged in to the TV audio out you may need a couple of Y adapter cables.
Also if your receiver has a pair of PRE OUT jacks those would work to power a set of wireless headphones may also power a wired set but once again not sure on power as I have never needed to try it.
1.Click on Start
2.navigate to Control Panel
3.click on Sound, Speech and Audio Device
4.click on Sounds and Audio devices
another window will appear
click on the Voice tab
on the Voice Recording
click on Volume
there should appear another window
adjust the Mic Volume