Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Hi, a couple of questions for you. What pin connections have you made for the cables in the wall. are you using 2 core plus braid mic cable?
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The loud screeching noise you are experiencing, may be too much gain. Start with everything turned down, and work your way back setting levels to about 5-6 from the master level first. The channel gain at the top of each input strip should be you last adjustment.
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