I'm trying to wire up a
CZH 12V CZE-7C FM TRANSMITTER at church with
stereo, its just pushing
mono right now. I have to make a purchase to get the correct cabling.
The xmtr is installed in the foyer, near a foyer amp, where the feed is split to the xmtr, which is just connected
I at first, wanted to just replace the whole cable run straight from the mixer, as
xlr, then at the last second adapt, but then i wasn't sure if this xmtr is
inputs. I'm thinking its consumer(1/7wt) hence
unbalanced, but if i can get a confirmation, i would be grateful.
So i was going to go
trs at first
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07VRWK7DH/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=A3SP9D0HBLLG4I&psc=1, then i realized this may be a mistake. I don't want to fry anything either. Would that have fried something?
I an use some advice on the correct cabling:
Starting at the back of
Mackie24x4 mixer, can i use the
5/6 with a
ts mono/ts mono y splitter adapter cable to patch straight into the stage loom here? (
trs, which is better here?)
I also have available
tape outs which for some reason i cant get to work on my recorder, so not sure i want to play with them. I also have
out, but thats tied to
master headphone vol, so that wont work. I want to setup the cleanest
stereo run as possible.
Here's some of the equipment i was looking to buy, the dirt cheapest
xlr patch cable,
50', to go from sanctuary stage box(half as close as mixer) to the back of the foyer amp/fm xmtr stack
(Dirt cheapest based on the premise that
xlr shouldn't need to be
oxyfree should it? i mean
balanced, and phase corrected already, so shield not apply, I'm thinking....)
From there i'm thinking i'll need one of the following
- normal unbalanced
stereoadapter like this https://www.amazon.com/CableCreation-Stereo-Compatible-iPhone-more-Black/dp/B077VMZ52B/ref=sr_1_13?dchild=1&keywords=xlr+to+trs+3.5mm+male+adapter&qid=1601147468&s=musical-instruments&sr=1-13
- or a
xlr to 3.5mm stereo unbalancedhard adapter https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07VB39G1H as opposed to the
balanced" adapter cable linked above.
Will that work?
Is it worth it to do the run via
xlr on this type of application, to keep the noise down on a mixer output like this, instead of just using
trs line all the way? I figured since the xmtr may be consumer-end, and the run will end up at least about
'100', but about
150', since our stage box has a huge coil of extra. So will there be some reducible noise here if i run
xlr, or will that not apply here? e.g.
- does the phase cancellation still work all the way to the foyer, assuming i keep it
xlrall the way to the foyer for the length?
- or does somehow adapting it from
lineturn change the circuitry back at the mixer to change the way the
xlrnow gets its feed to
unbalancednon cancelling somehow?
Now, how can i adapt this new feed in the foyer correctly to this little
CZH 12V CZE-7C
NOte, this has both
input. whats the difference? is one maybe
balanced and one
unbalanced, or is one maybe different
resistance to accomodate a
mic, or are they the same and just labeled bad?
Also, how would "you" run it, if different, to ensure the signal is totally noise free,
150'from mixer, through the stage box (
line?), to foyer split, then adapt to this xmtr???