RCA inputs and outputs
Dynacord mixers have a range of RCA inputs and outputs, including track inputs, RCA inputs, and document record output (REC Send).
Most audio mixers, including Dynacord mixers, have a variety of RCA inputs and outputs.
RCA inputs for sound reproduction with independent parametric equalizer settings from microphone lines thirteen-fourteen and fifteen-sixteen (13-14 and 15-16) on the Dynacord 1600.
This is the seven-eight and nine-ten line input (7-8 and 9-10) of the microphone line in the Dynacord 1000 model. And the nine-ten and eleven-twelve (9-10 and 11-12) of the microphone line in the Dynacord 600 is.
These inputs are usually used to play songs or music under the sound. Sometimes the reader reads the word. You can use music to increase the impact on the audience.
The track input is RCA type. Track input for playing the sound before the power supply from the main master. That is, if the main main power supply is opened and closed, it has no effect on the audio output.
This input is controlled by the red "2Track To Master" volume. The point here is that if this input is used to play audio, the output audio will not be sent to Master B unless the Pre / Post button is on.
The Pre / Post button is located next to the Master B volume. Another point is that the Standby button does not affect this audio input.
REC Send output
The document record output (REC Send), as the name suggests, is an output for capturing the record. This output is used in stereo to record audio.
The output of the document record (REC Send) is the same as the main output of the master device without graphic equalizer (graphic equalizer). This means that the sound is recorded with the sound effect (Fx).
The quality of the sound recorded by this output depends on the parametric equalizer settings. That is, the sound equalizer (microphone line), no matter how it is set, the sound is recorded the same way.
In fact, the graphic equalizer has no effect on the output of the document record (REC Send). The document record output (REC Send) is controlled by the black "REC Send" volume.
Of course, you can also record this audio via USB. In fact, the document recording volume (REC Send) is also used to control the USB output.
I will explain audio recording via USB in future articles.