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    • #113594
      saxbee
      Member

      MIC to Mic IN

      AUX Phonejack Use TRRS Connector Iphone & MixlingLink

      DI Out to PA 

      Play Music on MixingLink Is OK, But Can’t hear Effect App Return Sound!

      where mistakes?

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JfpGPvK46F0

    • #143930
      Stax_911
      Participant

      You use the good four conductor (TRRS) mini phone jack so it should work.

      I am very interested by your problem because i’d like to make the same install with my mixing link and my ipad.

      So any suggestion from Eventide ?

      Thanks

    • #143932
      saxbee
      Member
      I Already Used TRRS Line …

       

      They Said They don’t claim Apple headphone jack compatibility for sending audio to iOS device……..

       

      But Good Effect App is usually only iOS system…

       

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      I Guess….issue is  MAC Device Pin 3 Is ground & Pin 4 is Mic, But Usually Pin 3 is Mic!but I’m not Sure. and don’t Know How To fix it!

       

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    • #143934
      Stax_911
      Participant

      Do you have the possibility to try with a regular TRRS connector (with mic in the mic on the pin 3) ?

      Where did you see that the Apple TRRS jack was not compatible ?

    • #143937
      Stax_911
      Participant

      Please dear Eventide techs can you answer to this very interesting question : is it possible to use an ipad or an iphone as a source of effect with the Mixing link ?

      I read that it is possible in several specialised website before bying my Mixing link. (here for example : http://www.musicradar.com/reviews/guitars/eventide-mixinglink-608453)

      And this schema on your website show that it’s possible to plug an ipad type device to have an in+out connectivity to the mobile device using a four-conductor 1/8 TRRS cable.

      Thank you for your insight.

       

       

       

    • #143938
      saxbee
      Member

       Apple TRRS jack was not compatible info is from eventide customer service.

      i’m not eventide engineer. I just guess MixingLink Aux phonejack  pin3 is mic, but in ios device mic signal in pin4, so if use regular trrs line link mixinglink & IOS device, maybe have some phase issue.

    • #143943
      Stax_911
      Participant

      Maybe you could try an adapter converter like this one : 

      http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/SONY-CTIA-to-OMTP-Adapter-Converter-Cable-for-Mobile-Headphones-3-5mm-Audio-Jack-/181318140400

      It’s done to convert the Apple headphone system (OMTP protocol) with other stuff using CTIA protocol (Sony, Motorola, LG… and maybe also Eventide Mixing Link). It resolve the problem of Ground and Mic.

      Please someone from Eventide can confirm that this type of converter could do the job ?

      Thank you.

       

       

    • #144347
      Stax_911
      Participant

      Is it possible to know which TRRS cable we have to use to connect the Mixing Link Aux to an iphone or ipad ?

      For exemple if we use this style of adaptator will it work ? http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/SONY-CTIA-to-OMTP-Adapter-Converter-Cable-for…

      Thank you.

    • #144350
      JWaltz
      Participant

      To Stax_11

      Eventide did not get Apple Approval for support of iPhone/iPad head/mic jack with the MXLNK AUX jack.

      Currently there is no work-around for direct interfacing to iOS devices.

      Sincerely

      joe waltz

      eventide

    • #144523
      Given To Fly
      Participant

      Would the Lightning to 3.5mm adaptor make any difference? It is just an idea.  

    • #144529
      JWaltz
      Participant

      Hey, that is a good idea! I will try that 'lighting to 3.5mm' adapter and let you. thx

      joe waltz

      eventide

    • #144684
      jian
      Participant

      Hey this cable works for me. I am using IOS guitar apps ( AmpliTube, Cubasis, GBand, Ampkit) with Mixing link. Can be noisy at times. Never tried it with a mic

      https://www.amazon.com/iSound-ISOUND-6378-Audio-Devices-Output/dp/B013HJWE6S

    • #144739
      JWaltz
      Participant

      I tried this and I can't get it to work reliable with various apps and devices with iOS 10.

      So that being said, Eventide does not support MXLNK using the AUX connecter as an IOS interface

      joe waltz

      eventide

      • #144749
        Given To Fly
        Participant
        jwaltz wrote:

        I tried this and I can’t get it to work reliable with various apps and devices with iOS 10.

        So that being said, Eventide does not support MXLNK using the AUX connecter as an IOS interface

        joe waltz

        eventide

        Too bad. Thank you for trying it out though! 

    • #145586
      cliveluis
      Participant

      Hi just wanted to check if this is now possible?
      … to Connect iphone or iPad To the aux connector via lightning port?

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