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So to confirm, you want to know how to setup two wireless microphones to connect to your TV so you can use these with Karaoke, is this correct?
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What are the makes and model of the wireless mics you have?
ok, then you need a system for the 2 microphones to connect to your TV.
You can use this such system
Then the unit plugs into the Audio input of your TV and mixes with the sound output so you would get both the microphones output and the sound already coming from the TV (the Karaoke channel).
These are high quality microphones so I am not sure what your budget is for the microphones.
ok, whats the budget you wish for and you wish to also have a mixer then to do echo and tone controls as then its going to add to the cost.
yes, as they connect to the input of your TV, then your output of TV is already going to the soundbar, so the sound from your TV (which would then include the mixer) comes out of the TV and soundbar).
Your just adding input sound the the TV's audio.
Nearly all mixers use RCA outputs (composite) the plug with the pin in the middle) so ensure the one you are looking at has this output, and it will then plug into the audio input on the TV.
These are the plugs
Its an industry standard for Audio.
Newer mixers can come with a HDMI port for output and you would use the HDMI port on the TV, but this is going to be the high end ones and you need to avoid these as you cannot mix it with the Karaoke channel.
Yes, as the TV is already relaying the sound from it to the soundbar so you do not need to worry about the soundbar as thats connected.
If its already in use and you have no other free ports, then you use a splitter such as this to connect both to the one port.
Just ensure the two devices are not on at the same time else you would get both sound coming through.
They will be labelled as Audio input ports, you see them on the back of the TV, a lot of TV's give multiple ports for multiple devices, when it is not in use it is referred to as a Free port, so you can use it, if they are all used, you use the splitter cable I gave the link for just before to allow two devices to connect to one port.
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yes, you can see it splits the audio out from one composite to two composite plugs for the two audio inputs on the Tv, or even via bluetooth directly to the soundbar if your soundbar supports bluetooth.
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