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Harmony Central has “soft launched” our new mobile experience this past week. While we have done extensive testing, we know that with a community as large as HC that there will be items that surface that will still need to be addressed. We are asking that you utilize the thread belowto report any challenges you may encounter. Here are the things we request you provide: A brief description of the issue, the device and operating system version you were using, the browser and version, screen resolution, and a screen shot of the display.
Thanks for your patience as we work towards the best experience we can provide to our community.
"It depends." If you have an appropriate cable (to separate stereo L and R, or sum to mono), and bypass the iPod tone controls (or return them to flat), yes, it should be seamless. A 3.5mm (1/8") TRS plug stereo cable to a 1/4" TRS plug into a mono channel will be bad news. If I want to run an iPod into a single (mono) channel, I use a summing direct box. I can use a summing direct box straight in to the back of my self-powered speaker, and skip the mixer if needed, since the speakers let me select mic or line level inputs. Mark C.
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