This article is for the ANALOG BRIDGE. The Digital bridge does not have the Internal Audio Interface that gives the analog audio ports. (AUDIO OUT, MIC)
- ETHERNET — Ethernet socket used for the Internet connection.
- AUDIO OUT— Two RCA jacks; red is the right channel. Output to headphones (or optional headphone amplifier).
- MIC — ⅛ inch (3.5mm) TRS input from a microphone (or from a mixer or audio interface).
- POWER — USB-C jack to connect to a power supply.
- USB — Not specifically labeled above, to the left of the "NET" port (Can be used for the MICROPHONE)
Note: do not use any form of WiFi extender or ethernet bridge device, as this will add significant latency and jitter that degrades audio quality.
The RCA jacks are where you would connect a headphone adapter.
We discourage the use of any headphones that include a microphone. Many of these models have jacks that do not make a proper connection and may cause your audio to have a lot of crackling noise or to cut in and out.
If you would like to use a line-level analog microphone plug it into the "MIC" port.
(Note: thIS port does not support 48v, aka PHANTOM POWER)
Connect USB-C power adapter to the power jack located below the microphone jack, in the lower left corner.
USB (not specifically labeled)
If you would like to use a USB microphone, plug it into USB ports on the left of the Net port.