Home Theater Audio Cabling (from HDMI to speaker cable). I WILL REJECT ALL CAR AUDIO QUESTIONS - I am not a car audio guy.
I am a Certified Audio Engineer that also works in the A/V cabling industry. I would like to dispel the myths and outright lies about the cables that connect your home theater systems together. Here's a hint - many of you have been misled out of hundreds of dollars for cabling systems.
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You'll need to be a bit more specific as to what you're trying to accomplish then... What format are you wanting to record to? Is. The 3.5mm bringing in one channel of balanced audio or two channels of
I don't have specific models, but Sony, Olympus, Zoom have devices under $100 A Google search for "digital recorders" will get you a good selection.
Hi Ryan, Well - You're right, there is no output on those as they are meant to be kind of a portable unit. I do have a solution, however. When you're subwoofer shopping, look for something that
From what I see, it will not. You need to look for a receiver with a ZONE 2 capability. this is something that will typically be spelled out as a feature of the receiver (not a hidden feature or function)
While I do not make specific brand/model recommendations, there are many receivers on the market that have a "Zone 2" setting that allow for exactly what you're describing. In response to your comment