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Setting Up Audio

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Audio throughout the meetinghouse is controlled by a series of panels. These panels may be located on a pedestal, the pulpit, or a wall in the chapel. In the United States and Canada, a panel commonly includes the power switch and controls for the height of the pulpit and the volume of the microphone.

By default, the pulpit microphone is connected to the chapel sound system. Additionally, wired and wireless microphones and auxiliary audio devices may be connected to the system.

  • For specific instructions on using microphones for organs and choirs (as for local stake conference broadcasts), please see the article on mic setup for choir and organ.
  • For specific instructions on using microphones (wired or wireless), please see the article on using microphones.

For specific instructions on using satellite audio, please see the article on broadcasting through satellite.

Types of audio devices that can be used throughout the building

  • Chapel audio system
  • Cultural hall audio system
  • Any audio system in another room
  • Projector
  • Laptop
  • TV monitor
  • Tablet
  • Microphone (wired or wireless)

Types of inputs and outputs used

  • XLR
  • 1/4"
  • RCA
  • HDMI
  • VGA

Controls to improve sound