Insert the jack into the audio mixers
The insert jack in the mixer is designed for simultaneous sound input and output. If you remember, in the previous article (line input in the mixer) I told you that the microphone input (Mic) and the line (Line) are not used at the same time.
Or at least I suggest you don't use both at the same time. This is because it interferes with sound signals. Of course, this jack is also used for audio output. The insert is a TRS connector. This means that, if you remember, the only difference with the line input is that it is two channels (Stereo).
One thing here is that we have a dynamic equalizer in every sound line in the Dynacord mixers. Of course, I will cover this section in full in the not too distant future.
But just know that there are three to four volumes in each row for a dynamic equalizer. The task of these volumes is to adjust the volume of the incoming sound. These volumes are located under the Gain volume.
These volumes are generally known as HI, LO, MID and KHz in different mixers. What I want to point out in this article is that if you insert a plug into the insert input, the one-line dynamic equalizer will not work. In the mixer, control of the insert's output is performed using volume gain.
An insert jack is usually used to connect a compressor or effector or to output audio for audio recording. Well, it is quite logical that if you output from this jack, the effects applied in the line you output from will not apply to the insert output. This means that the sound is completely dry. The following figure shows the output and input circuit to the insert jack.
Get the output and input of the insert jack into the mixer
Well, there are some spots in Injet. First, use a high quality cable to connect the upper circuit to the device. Using non-standard high circuit cables can cause conversion noise. Or connecting the cable wires can cause serious damage to the mixer or devices connected to the converter. If the cable is connected, the entire line of the main unit is likely to burn out, which could cost you a lot in this situation. Secondly, you need to insert a stereo plug into the insert, and if you insert a mono channel into this section, the main microphone will turn off.
My advice is not to use this section as much as possible. If you are doing this, be very careful that the solder type and conversion cable are safe. I suggest you check the soldering every time you want to use this cable. And place the cable in a place where it is not damaged after each use. Or not spoiled.