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    Is there a sport audio mixer?

    I was wondering if anyone knew if there is actually a mixer that works in a sports setting? What I am looking for would be a mixer that would have the analyst have headphones that had the audio of the game in one ear but in the other ear a spotter tells them what is going on. It would be great to have 3 or 4 headphones jacks if possible. One for each analyst. We may have one or two. One for the spotter so he or she can relay info to the analyst. One for the camera man if that is possible. We are all somewhat new to this so any advice would be appreciated.
    Our scenario is we will be streaming football games live and want it to be as professional as possible. Here is our setup to this point. Our camera has an HDMI out which we will be sending to an Altona HD-530 that we will be purchasing in the near future. The HDMI will then be output to a 23" monitor that the main camera man will be using to see a larger picture. From the Altona HD-530 we will then take composite out into a laptop (or Tricaster 40 later in the year maybe) that will be the AV that is being streamed.
    The mixer part would be on its own. Does it even make sense as to what I am trying to do with the mixer?

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    Yes.

    Ok, use a Behinger 1204.

    Run one channel from your cumputer into it, run one channel from your TV into it, Run one channel from a mic, and one to a cell phone.
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    I would recommend a slider type for what your tying to do, easy fade ins and outs.
    KNSJ.org / 89.1 FM San Diego

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    http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL389982084AC662BF

    Outdated tutorial software wise, but watch it, and you will get a good idea prob for what your trying to do.
    KNSJ.org / 89.1 FM San Diego

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    Biggest thing I would say is if you want multiple people to hear the headphone feed, get a nice headphone amp. One that is clean, with minimal static, hiss, etc. This will go a long way to keeping your broadcasters happy. You needn't break the bank with it, but I've been fairly happy with the offerings from PreSonus which are much better than some of the junk Behringer units.

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