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Microphone to amp cables

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Not too difficult

by heres_what_ya_need

You need a mic (could be lavalier or wireless -- about $100)
a microphone pre-amplifier
a headphone amplifier (4 to 8 outputs)
and long cables to plug the listeners' headphones into the headphone amp.
i cannot think of a way to get wireless connectivity to multiple sets of listener headphones-- i imagine that the radio-frequency wireless headphones from radio shack will conflict, but have no experience with them.
cheers!
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Popular Q&A

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What type of cable (speaker or microphone) should I use to connect my passive speaker to the active one?

Ideally, it is not advisable to use normal cables between an amplifier and a speaker. Instead, a speaker cable is required. However I am trying to connect my active speaker with a passive one. So my question is whether it is okay to use a normal cable for this connection, or if I would need to get a speaker cable since the connection is technically between the inbuilt amplifier (of the active speaker) and the passive speaker? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Some active speakers are designed to drive another passive speaker but you need to make sure yours is that type. You would use a speaker cable for that purpose if the active speaker has a SPEAKER OUTPUT.



If you let me know the make and model of the speakers, I can help more.

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