Solved how to connect persang to laptop

August 7, 2020 at 07:24:34
Specs: Windows 10
The Persang Karaoke wired mike I have connects to TV (audio and video) via RCA jacks. Is there a way I can give that signal (audio and video) to my laptop or desktop?

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August 7, 2020 at 09:40:03
This Amazon link has a few possible adapters which may work for you. Haven't tried them so can't comment.

Getting audio in is relatively simple; but the video does ideally mean a decent video capture device?

I use rca input/usb output modules to import external audio into my Macs; I have two types and both work flawlessly. The also export it of course...

These are the two I have:

USBGear USB 2.0 Audio Adapter Box with Line Input and Mic Input, by USBGear

Behringer U-Phono UFO202 Audiophile USB/Audio Interface with Built-in Phono Preamp, Black by Behringer

The first one is currently unavailable on; the second is still there. I prefer the second as more options/flexibility etc.

And there are others makes around in th same vein/style (for audio).

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August 7, 2020 at 22:24:09
Thanks trvlr for your insights. I also realised that my laptop and desktop, both, do not have a HDMI input port so was wondering about RCA2USB conversions. Your answer has given some pointers. I will check them out.

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August 8, 2020 at 07:31:25
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Time passes and technology moves one... Seems there are innumerable hdmi capture devices out there now (Skully)...

If you search for hdmi capture, and/or hdmi capture cards, you'll find quite a few. The big forest/river company has a range; and some are pretty cheap... No idea which are all they're cracked up to be... so it may be a case of buy and try; and with that big river company you can always return within 30days if not suitable?

The one below seems rather well made - and it's worth viewing their videos (albeit with loads of hype too...) as they do a demo towards the end - using a live stream from an SLR camera!

I doubt the adapter imports the audio too so you would need to get something along the line I suggested earlier for audio; unless there are adapters etc. which will import audio as well with the hdmi source?

The two approaches seem to an all in one adapter (video only) as below, or a capture card with an hdmi port..

Either way you may still need some software - depending on the device/method you use? You have a little research to do in both regards...

Incidentally - don't necessarily go the cheapest... Often you get what you pay for with a lot of these items; but no need I suspect to go to top grade (profesional) level kit?

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