Question about Sennheiser Epack-835 Professional Microphone
The CD is STEREO whereas the MIC is monaural.
One could make an adapter that merges the left and right channels before sending on the balanced XLR input. This involves using an audio transformer or direct input box for the balanced line and is not DIY unless you are elctronically skilled.
The best way to do this is to instead plug the output of the CD into the TAPE inputs that are usually available on the mixer.
One uses usually a 3.5mm stereo splitter cable with RCA plugs for most of them.
Posted on Sep 11, 2010
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