best way to move audio from 3.5 mm female headphone out to an amp
Hey Group -
so I'm working on a little vellman kit that I'm trying to use as an upstairs/downstairs intercom -
the device works fine with headphones and now I'm trying to figure out how to run the signal from the upstairs to our lower level -
my first attempt has not been so hot sound quality-wise and I'm hoping the group can help me out --
what I've tried so far is using a male 3.5 headphone jack and a length of standard headphone cable connected to a long length of solid 2 strand copper, combining the L/R channels from the headphone cable into one wire and ground to the other wire.
the 2 strand is connected to a mono 3.5 mm male jack -
this mono jack plugs into a female/female 3.5 mm adapter that is connected to a powered speaker from a set of old desktop computer speakers -
I think all of these interconnects are adding noise --
Is there a better way to connect my little microphone preamp to the computer speaker?
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