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Jonathan Johnson

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Re: Recommendations for X32 to FM transmitter
« Reply #10 on: August 20, 2020, 03:25:01 pm »

Hello,
New here and have a question about hooking up a Behringer X32 mixer output to an FM transmitter. Not familiar enough with the X32 to know if an XLR out or a 1/4 inch out or Aux out would be best. We have availability for all of them on our board. If the recommendation is an Aux Out, how do I program it to allow sound to go to the FM transmitter??  Any help or suggestions would be awesome.

Thanks.

Back to the original question, though, (assuming that you've figured out how you are going to broadcast legally and in compliance with FCC rules and copyright laws) a broadcast mix is typically very similar to a recording mix.
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Re: Recommendations for X32 to FM transmitter
« Reply #11 on: August 26, 2020, 11:36:23 pm »


Or, you could (gasp!) apply for an FM broadcast license and have proper broadcast equipment installed by a qualified installer. That won't be easy, cheap, or quick. (Funny how nobody ever seems to suggest this option.)

For a hundred patrons in a parking lot, it would probably be cheaper to buy an IEM transmitter and put a recover in each car that plugs into the aux input. :)
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Re: Recommendations for X32 to FM transmitter
« Reply #12 on: August 28, 2020, 02:49:14 pm »

A better solution would be to employ one of the new WiFi based assisted listening systems with an outdoor WAP. It's legal, relatively easy, can have plenty of range for a parking lot, everyone has a WiFi device in their pocket, and most can bluetooth to their car audio.
After Covid, you can transition the system for use indoors using a standard WAP or your existing WiFi network.
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