Anyone know of a small audio mixer to combine two scanners into one signal? I am looking for something better than a y cable and it needs to be portable since it is for two scanners on my belt. (This is for headphone level audio.)
Just listen with headphones...gmclam said:There's a lot of ways to do this, depending on your exact application. I've got a couple of mono cables for each scanner that connect to a stereo Y cable. Then I use a headset with independent volume controls for each ear. Each scanner has one ear. Yes, this is not "mixing", but it depends on your application. What will you do with the mixed signal?
I would rather mix the two. I am not much of a fan of seperate audio in each ear.slicerwizard said:It would really help if you told us what you want.
Do you want to mix the audio from two sources, or do you want to route the audio from each scanner to a separate ear?
Then all you need is a passive mixer Y cable; it's two male plugs (mono or stereo depends on your scanners), one female stereo jack (for the headphones) and two 22 ohm resistors (for isolation) - you can make it for about five bucks.kokomo1 said:I would rather mix the two. I am not much of a fan of seperate audio in each ear.