Hi all, I know this is not really related to computer audio but not sure which subforum would this fit under.
I am a
newbie trying to set up a cheap karaoke system for my mom. So I have purchased
this device: Fifine UHF Dual Channel Wireless Handheld Microphone.
So this is
my set up: one input is the microphone (which is built-in wireless microphone
that comes with the unit), one input is music from the computer, the karaoke unit
will mix them and output them via two outputs. The input part is fine as far as I can tell. the problem is the output.
The karaoke has two
separate outputs: one 1/4 inch and one 1/8 inch, and each is labeled as R+L
output. I originally thought it automatically means stereo output but I just
discover that both outputs are just mono, so when I just connects a regular 3.5mm
to 2 RCA cables, only one RCA end carries the sound (I'm kind of wondering what is the unit supposed to connect to that only accepts mono?)
So I am
wondering what is the proper way to convert the signal to stereo? I heard of
something called EPA to stereo adapter but I believe it just converts one mono
to two mono with some distortion.
to connect one output to the amplifier (which has left and right RCA inputs)
and the other output back into the computer’s mic in to record (using software
like audacity which right now can only records as mono).
for reading this!